Arabs Don't Keep Their Promises - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Marty Green
    • 21.11.11 | 13:57 (IST)

    That's why we won't sign a peace treaty with the Arabs. They don't keep their promises. We are not like them. When we sign an agreement, we stick by our word. If we are withholding their tax money, I am sure we must have a very good reason for doing so. In case you can't tell, I'm being SARCASTIC.

    from the article: Israel to continue freeze on Palestinian tax money, says senior official
    First published 10:07 21.11.11 | Last updated 10:07 21.11.11
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