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    • David Schlosser
    • 27.06.11 | 02:35 (IDT)

    And what they will do with it, without resources, without education system, without industries, with nothing but school books full of hatred, lies and brain washing kids to become suicide bombers. These day their economy is based on 90 percent donations (Mostly from the infidels in West) and 7 percent on Israel, they produce only the balance 3%. Give them the land and it will look like all the other Arabs countries, dictatorship, corruption, women abuse, primitive way of life. There is no surprise that in a survey done last week 70 percent of the Palestinians in Jerusalem prefer to be part of Israel and NOT part of any Palestinian state. The loony left wants Palestine more than the Palestinians themselves…If they will have a state, they will be no different than Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, Pakistan, Sudan and the rest of the primitive ways of life like most of the Arabs world live.

    from the article: Palestinians officially decide to seek UN recognition for statehood in September
    First published 23:34 26.06.11 | Last updated 23:34 26.06.11
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