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    • Awraham de Lieme
    • 14.05.10 | 22:11 (IDT)

    I am completely puzzled by the editors comments on Jerusalen day. What does he suggest? should Israel tell the world that we give up Jerusalem so they can destroy again all Jewish existance there. NO, better to let the world know that we never will give up Jerusalem, which was offered to Arafat on a silver platter and was refused. In united Jerusalem more Arabs live than Jews and the rate of birth is the same (4 per family). If people want to live in Jerusalem houses must be build for them, also for Arab, Christians etc.

    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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