BBSNews If the Newspaper you read - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gil
    • 11.09.09 | 11:20 (IDT)

    BBSNews If the Newspaper you read doesn`t know how to translate a sentence someone says in Hebrew into its proper English phrasing that is not our fault and not Bibi`s fault, it is the fault of the translator who should look for a new job, and the newspapers whom went and printed it to make some extra money! The fact is that after 911, many countries started to understand what Israel is facing on daily bases, it is a total surprise how people like you, are today twisting things up, to a degree where people now claim the terrorists were framed!

    from the article: Comment / Why a lethal surprise like 9/11 may happen again
    First published 01:13 11.09.09 | Last updated 03:40 11.09.09
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