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    • Gianni
    • 17.11.09 | 12:26 (IST)

    Chevy is 1000% correct, the Pals want a free ride. JORDAN lost the land in 1967 due to their insane belief they could destroy Israel. In a ultimate peace agreement, the parties should be Israel and Jordan. I support Hikind totally, and would love to buy a home there myself. Where were the bigshots like Johnboy in 1967, beating the drum for a Palestinian State, a comprehensive peace treaty. We didn't hear a peep fom any of you, 42 years ago. Suddenly, all of you find a voice, suddenly the land is stolen. 42 years ago, the Pals were irrelevant, now after they lost their bet, they want a do-over, like nothing happened. I'm joining the bandwagon, Hikind, buy me a house. And no, CJ, it's NOT ILLEGAL. Don't like it, tough!!

    from the article: U.S. politician wants American Jews to buy West Bank homes
    First published 02:40 17.11.09 | Last updated 15:07 17.11.09
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