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    • Apathy Jew
    • 27.05.07 | 12:49 (IDT)

    Figures it'd be Likud trying to smooch up to this guy. He's useless, and the Likud are showing themselves to be braindead by even thinking of cozying up with him. He is not apart of an Israeli or Jewish matter. And should not receive any kind of support aside from best wishes on his journey. Sooner or later Likud need to remove their heads from their asses and realize getting this deep into another nations politics does nothing but piss off the locals. Especially since they did such a horrible job with Hamas in the 80s and 90s. And since Syrians on this talkback alone would prefer crappy treatment as long as it allows them their daily exercise of Rarrrgh ZIONISM Grrrr, make it incredibly unlikely any success will be had. Forget him. And forget Syria, until they decide to start another war.

    from the article: Exiled Syrian opposition leader to visit Knesset next month
    First published 00:00 27.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.05.07
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