Makes Natalie happy to see innocent Israelis suffer - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Chaim Ben Kahan
    • 13.05.10 | 21:19 (IDT)

    It makes me ill to see how self satisfied this woman is when it comes to seeing Israelis murdered, taken hostage, tortured or seeing victims families suffer. This woman Natalie is obviously full of hatred, in inhumane and takes sadistic pleasure at the misery of Israelis. This is a very sick woman to say the least, which I might add has been noted many times on this talk back.

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    First published 14:26 13.05.10 | Last updated 14:26 13.05.10
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