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    • Arie
    • 30.10.10 | 17:51 (IST)

    Haaretz and its minions of pro-al Qaeda posters using Jews as an excuse to introduce the new Caliphate. What is nice to finally see is that no one is hiding behind the "Anti-Israel" chants anymore and feel comfortable enough to openly attack Jews in general. And Haaretz is as always their media of choice. So - Lincoln, Durson, Sullivan, cj,labhras and the others - raise that swastika high - Haaretz love ya'

    from the article: Yemen arrests woman over parcel bombs sent to U.S. synagogues
    First published 19:32 30.10.10 | Last updated 16:37 30.10.10
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