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    • potobac
    • 24.04.14 | 14:16 (IDT)

    Before you cast stones at the rest of the world, ask yourself why Israel didn't try to stop people who were slaughtering non-Jews. You can't condemn people for behaving as you behave (but then again, you're a zionist and established zionist doctrine is that the rules that apply to everyone else don't apply to you).

    from the article: The world is silent, and so are we
    First published 01:30 23.04.14 | Last updated 18:48 22.04.14
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