MORE ROADBLOCKS MAKE A SAFER ISRAEL - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • HAL TRIPP
    • 21.09.07 | 16:53 (IST)

    WHAT ELSE IS NEW,THE U.N.IS WORRIED ABOUT 50 ROADBLOCKS ,WHAT ABOUT THE DEAD LEBANESE CHRISTIAN POLITICIAN,HE'S THE EIGHT MEMEBER OF PARLIAMENT TO BE MURDERED BY SYRIAN AND IRANIAN AGENTS,WHAT ABOUT THE PALESTINIAN SUICIDE TEAM ARRESTED IN NABLUS YESTERDAY,ISAREL BURIES A 22 YEAR OLD HEROE MURDERED IN NABLUS PROTECTING HIS COUNTRY AND WE DON'T HEAR A WORD FROM THE U.N. IF WE HAVE MORE ROADBLOCKS AND IT MAKES FOR A SAFER ISRAEL WHO GIVES A DAMN WHAT ANYONE SAYS ,TO THE IDF, KEEP UP THE WONDERFUL WORK YOU GUYS DO, HAVE A SAFE YOM KIPPUR

    from the article: UN: Israel has added dozens of new roadblocks in West Bank
    First published 00:00 21.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.09.07
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