Guess This Knocks the Mt. of Olives Story Out of the Water - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 20.05.10 | 15:49 (IDT)

    Remember that one that has been used since 1948 for zionist propganda purposes. Now we see the zionists doing the same only being commended for it. This site, built over a Muslim cemetery should have as many protesters as Sheik Jarreh and Bili'in and hopefully the international community will condemn it and the US stop all private funds from going to support it.

    from the article: Following Haaretz report: Arabs to resume Museum of Tolerance battle
    First published 04:37 20.05.10 | Last updated 04:37 20.05.10
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