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    • Irony
    • 22.05.11 | 12:47 (IDT)

    to take back it's own settlers ? What is wrong with them that they don't seem to be wanted in Israel ?

    from the article: Top Netanyahu aide: 1967 borders leave too many Israelis outside of Israel
    First published 11:43 22.05.11 | Last updated 11:43 22.05.11
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