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    • JOHNPETERS
    • 13.07.10 | 03:22 (IDT)

    WHAT HAPPENED LAST TIME, DID ISRAEL NOT BREAK INTERNATIONAL LAW CONCERNNG THE TURKISH FLOTILLA?. ISRAEL SAID IT DID NOT VIOLATE ANY INTERNATIONAL LAW, WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW, WHAT HAS CHANGED, HAS THE SEAS SHIFTED. WELL I WILL TELL YOU, ISRAEL HAS LEARNED THAT IT DID VIOLATE INTERNATIONAL LAW ON LAST FLOTILLA ATTACK, AND THAT IT IS THE SAME SEAS AND THE SAME INTERNATIONAL LAWS. MR TURKEL WILL PROVE THAT. ISRAEL GOVERNMENT, AND MY FRIENDS MR NETANYAHU, MR BARAK AND LIEBERMAN (better known as the 3 stooges) HAS SOME EXPLAINING TO DO CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL PROBE INTO ISRAEL CONDUCT. please publish. ISRAEL IS AGREAT COUNTRY BUT ITS BEEN RUN DOWN BY HYPOCRITS SUCH AS NETANYAHU AND FRIENDS. 55 BILLION WAS SPENT ON IDF LAS YEAR I BELIEVE. WHY NOT SPEND THAT ON EDUCATION, HEALTH, WELFARE, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, JOB CREATION, PEACE?

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    First published 00:55 13.07.10 | Last updated 00:55 13.07.10
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