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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 12.05.10 | 15:51 (IDT)

    as "equality". In the tenure of Mayor Teddy Kollack, one could possibly make that connexion. Not since then. The city is an ugle place where blocks have been erected as fortresses and the surrounding areas of those fortresses have at first slowly and now a much quicker pace, been designated for ethnic cleansing. The zionists are desperate to juaise the city, destroy and deny any Arab history in the city, make the palestinians a non-peopel and drive them out either by force or by military order. Like Germans in Gdansk or the Sudetenland or the Saar of Alsace, they are on a campaign of distorting history, of demographicn war fare and doing all in their power to make potential neigbours into bitter enemies. Why? Because this can serve as their cover in saying that they will never be accepted. What better way not to be accepted than creating facts and pursuing policies that will surely create enemies.

    from the article: Jerusalem Day celebrates an illusory unification
    First published 04:58 12.05.10 | Last updated 04:58 12.05.10
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