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    • Troppo
    • 07.01.12 | 07:03 (IST)

    Unless you are not an Israeli and you cannot be Haredi if on the internet, you are of the Yishuv. Between the age of 18 and 55 then you are an active member of the IDF. Soldiers can't claim innocence in a country at war. Remember, the Israeli government keeps refusing a cease fire prior to resuming peace talks.

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    First published 20:17 06.01.12 | Last updated 20:17 06.01.12
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