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    • shelly
    • 03.10.09 | 01:37 (IST)

    The Fascist would be better back at Ben Gurion handling luggage. Israel can rely on its allies.......Palau, Micronesia and Moldova? The settlers need not need to leave Hebron, just the IDF forces and the settlers weapons. Bulldoze a few security barriers and see how long the settlers will try to colonize the city of Hebron.

    from the article: Lieberman: Norway too 'hostile' to have monitors in Hebron
    First published 02:10 02.10.09 | Last updated 06:43 02.10.09
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