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    • TurkishFriendOfJews
    • 29.09.11 | 17:09 (IDT)

    You fall into the same trap you warn against. Not all Israeli Jews act on revenge or have that frame of reference. Take heart in the fact that there are newspapers like Haaretz. Honestly, I wish there was something similar in the Palestinian side.

    from the article: Report: Palestinian olive trees in West Bank uprooted in suspected 'price tag' attack
    First published 14:11 29.09.11 | Last updated 14:11 29.09.11
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