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    • zmogus
    • 08.09.09 | 00:31 (IDT)

    ... Israel sometimes can sound not that mad. Certainly they sound reasonable comparing to the verbiage coming from series of bouncers that made to Israel's top political posts. Perhaps Landau's father, if he's alive, still remembers who were the "occupiers" in the end of thirties, Germany? Things are going unmistakably brown and browner in this wonderland. To hear this hair-raising statement coming out publicly of Minister's mouth - in ruthless deference to the rulings of the Israeli Supreme Court and the official borders of the State - this is a slap to face of anyone suspecting Israel of ranking anywhere above rogue states. How such person defying basic tenets of the State, found himself in this post is another question, but would be promptly led straight to the court bench for this statement alone. And guess what: Our FM staged an international storm about an article in a Swedish tabloid.

    from the article: Infrastructure Minister Landau: Arabs are the occupiers
    First published 15:17 07.09.09 | Last updated 23:56 07.09.09
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