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    • ArtNuvo
    • 23.08.13 | 16:42 (IDT)

    That Seaman remains in senior posts is evidence of Israel's suicidal tendencies. Maybe Japan will commemorate victims of Japanese imperialism when Israel, in celebrating its foundation, commemorates the refugees it created, the towns it erased from the map, and the thousands of Palestinians killed in a variety of wars, including the slaughter at Dir Yassin.

    from the article: Is an abusive racist the best Israeli PR can produce?
    First published 18:04 13.08.13 | Last updated 18:04 13.08.13
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