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    • zionist forever
    • 22.12.09 | 04:24 (IST)

    Germany will pay up so have no fear when it comes to Israel they take out the credit card. After the 1991 Gulf War Germany did a deal where they built as a gift for Israel 2 submarines & Israel pay a reduced price for a thrid and the reason was some German companies had been involved in selling Saddam Hussian what he needed for his chemical weapons programs. Israel recently took delivery of 2 more subs both bought at heavily subsidised prices and now the navy is looking to get a sixth one but no deals have been done. Israel is looking to buy German ships they currently have in the Gulf or build under license in Israel rather than buy from the US. Germany will usually deliver the goods when it comes to Israel but there must be some kind of regulation to make sure all this money goes to holocaust survivors because in the past the bulk of it has just gone straight into the bank and not reached the people its intended for.

    from the article: Israel to seek another 1b euros Holocaust in reparations from Germany
    First published 22:42 20.12.09 | Last updated 23:43 20.12.09
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