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    • Herb Friedman
    • 26.11.11 | 00:56 (IST)

    What will happen (I hope) the Palestinians will get so unhappy they will leave for Jordon or Lebanon or whatever and Israel will go back to Democracy for Jews not for Palestinians. Lets be honest Mr. Owner of Haaretz you are very short sited and have a natural tendency to bash Israel. Listen to what the Palestinians truly want, no more Israel.

    from the article: The necessary elimination of Israeli democracy
    First published 08:20 25.11.11 | Last updated 08:20 25.11.11
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