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    • Hegel Georg WF
    • 14.05.10 | 03:09 (IDT)

    To please the US gov and the Pals, jews should simply travel all together to Uganda or Birobidjan. Thus no more problems in the world and Osama and Obama will be happy. Haaretz writes this BS because they are more Israelis than Jews. Jews are mentionning Jerusalem at leat 6 times a day, 3 in regular prayers and 3 after meal. And by the way, International law ? Wow, yes the one that democratically elected Lybia to be a member of the Human Righrt Council, What a joke. I am wondering what would had happened if the 1947 resolution would not had been voted. All Jews would have travelled to Birobidjan ? Get real, stupid guys that are believing in International Law. International Law is OK, just for those that have automatic majorities. The Jewish people relies on other criteria. This must not please to every one. But who cares. When not the US, China is desperately waiting his time just to say f.... you to the US.

    from the article: Incitement Day in Jerusalem
    First published 01:20 13.05.10 | Last updated 01:20 13.05.10
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