Mohamed elMasry - Egypt, don't you trust Iranians? They declared after the first explosion that it was a mistake by themselves, and the second was a gasoline station that blow up. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dov ben David
    • 29.11.11 | 14:02 (IST)

    from the article: UNIFIL vows to ensure calm after four rockets strike Israel from Lebanon
    First published 11:11 29.11.11 | Last updated 11:11 29.11.11
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