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    • Michael Davison
    • 24.03.12 | 17:05 (IST)

    He didn't know they were Muslim, all he saw were French Army uniforms and he was protesting the "imperialistic actions of the French Military in Algeria"... no matter that France left Algeria long before he was even born...

    from the article: Israel must not cry anti-Semitism after Toulouse
    First published 01:25 23.03.12 | Last updated 01:25 23.03.12
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