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    • Marilyn
    • 17.10.06 | 09:06 (IST)

    I have had a gutful of ignorant Australians writing here claiming that black is white, that arab land belongs to Jews and that law breaking is peace. In 1947 when the partition of Palestine was accepted by the murderers and torturers of Jews in resolution 181 Australia was one of the agreeing voices. According to the law that partition is the only legal boundary allowed to Israel. Everything else is stolen land - Australia has a two state policy and has done since 1947. I wish ignoramus Australian's would accept that and stop spoiling our reputation with tripe. Look at resolution 181 for god's sake. Not one trace of the West Bank was ever Jewish. Who the hell cares if Jews were there 3,000 years ago? Arabs were in Babylon and all other areas over 7,000 years ago. Will you please get a grip on reality - you are supporting and aiding criminals and Israeli's are paying the bills while other Israeli's are hungry. it is simply not right.

    from the article: The rule of law, Lieberman-style
    First published 00:00 16.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.10.06
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