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    • all is vain said ecc
    • 24.07.06 | 23:59 (IDT)

    it certainly is good to die for one's country.countless millions have,ditto will.it is amazing that the israeli government has not grasped this self-evident truism mr.ilan has,and has instead blitzed lebanon for a few deaths.since dying is good,much dying is better,all dying best.with all due respect to trumpeldor,of blessed memory,as an authority i prefer:"whosoever saves a soul of israel,saves the whole world"

    from the article: Not dying in vain
    First published 00:00 24.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 24.07.06
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