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    • 13.12.09 | 14:16 (IST)

    Test for you. Where was the mosque? Was it under Israel's jurisdiction or under the PA's? Maybe it was Israel's duty to protect the people of Yasuf they way they protect the nearby settlers so that no-one would be able to run amok there? Hmmm? Looking for the perpetrators is not enough. Pious apologies are not enough. The conditions that allow settler thugs to run wild wherever they please in areas the safety of which are ISRAEL's responsibility to assure, need to be remedied. And fast. For our own sakes, not only those of the Palestinians.

    from the article: Settler group brings Korans to Palestinians after mosque attack
    First published 00:00 13.12.09 | Last updated 14:09 19.12.09
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