Babi Yar hotel in kyiv - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • j bush
    • 24.09.09 | 23:16 (IDT)

    Plans to build a hotel on Babi Yar are nothong more than an attempt by the Kyiv and Ukraine gov'ts to extort money from the Jewish people. They plan to demand money to "relocate" the hotels to another site. You should investigate the true motivation behind this heinous act by a corrupt nation that is desperate to raise money any way it can!

    from the article: Ukraine plans hotel on site of Babi Yar massacre by Nazis
    First published 01:52 23.09.09 | Last updated 10:54 23.09.09
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