Hass's fairytales - better then Grimm's - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • pace306
    • 22.03.06 | 17:02 (IST)

    Blah Blah Pals something somehing its all Israels fault. Sound familiar? Wheres her tree story? LMFAO! So there was no proff and no arrests - and after the way Ezra did Amona, if there were crimes - he would have had the jews trampled. Now Hass is off telling people that the Israeli election is about the (cue the sad violin music) poor Pals. (who are "trapped")(or something).Karni was closed for terror (which she likes) but the OTHER crossing was open. When will she get tired of being a traitor? when will she get tired of supporting terror? when will she realize that the arabs control 23 countries and have taken Jewish holy sites hostage? Never Im guessing (by the frequency that Haaretzs stooges let herpost here).

    from the article: Strangled in Gaza
    First published 00:00 22.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.03.06
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