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    for his government's evil deeds in the ME and around the globe. He's now blaming Israel for the Islamic jihadists that have settled in England and will soon be enforcing shari'a law across the land. Blame Israel for the bombs in London; please don't think that 400 years of colonial misrule and the mayhem the British left across the world has anything to do with it. Naturally, British colonialist exploitation of ME natural resources by BP and other predators has nothing to do with the bombs in London. Nor the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan by the British troops. None of these reasons were behind the bombings in London. It was all because of Israel. "And your right i am obsessed with israel, people have blown themselves up in London because of my government's support for your war crimes " Did you ever think that people have blown themselves up because of your own government's war crimes? It's really easy to blame someone else for your own disasters. You're starting to sound like an Arab.

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