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    • shlomzion
    • 14.04.10 | 22:24 (IDT)

    we know and they know that abdulla depends on israel.to keep in the good books of his palestinians he abuses us.do we mind.i dunno sometimes i do and sometimes i dont. but isreal in it sheart is a liitle impatient with this macchiavelian theatrics.

    from the article: Jordan condemns Israel over West Bank deportation order
    First published 17:03 14.04.10 | Last updated 21:11 14.04.10
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