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    • algeriana
    • 09.08.11 | 21:38 (IDT)

    what will they do? nothing.1. identify problem, 2. find solutions 3. pick one 4. implementation of the chosen solution. 5. evaluate results what is so difficult about it? it took them 5 picosecond to arrive in irak when they wanted to rob the place, 5min to reach lybia (it was a bit longer). israel and colonies, it has been like this for decades and apart from hearing farts from those talkers, nothing happens to fix this violation of international laws and violation of the rights of palestinians people. israel must be given a deadline to evacuate what is not its territory,. after that, if not done internally, outsiders will have to come in to enforce the laws and sanctions will have to be given. it is simple but nobody says the obvious. why is that?

    from the article: U.S. 'deeply concerned' by Israel's approval of East Jerusalem construction plans
    First published 20:44 09.08.11 | Last updated 20:44 09.08.11
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