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    • zionst forever
    • 26.02.13 | 09:21 (IST)

    When this is all over Syria will be bankrupt and soon anybody who has any money in a Syrian bank is going to find themselves in a situation where their savings are more valuable as toilet paper than to spend. The Syrian military will be smashed and there will be no money to rebuild, 1 million refugees who are going to hurt the economies of surrounding states who are enemies of Israel, thousands of people dead so that means of these refugees and dead people will be some of the most skilled and essential to getting Syria back on its feet. As long as we stay out of it then we don't have to worry we can just sit back and watch our enemies go into meltdown and we didn't even have to fire a single shot. When this arab spring is over Israel will be able to rejoice because all our enemies are finished as fighting forces.

    from the article: Loud explosion rocks Syria's Damascus, residents say
    First published 22:07 25.02.13 | Last updated 22:07 25.02.13
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