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    • Akiva
    • 31.01.13 | 11:05 (IST)

    You seem to have a pretty good view of our situation in Haifa, don't you Moshe? Comments like yours prove that you live nowhere near Israel. We in Israel try to reform our government through elections, through protests, and through the public domain. We hate seeing corruption, oppression, and the terrible price of the occupation for both the Palestinians and Israelis. We want peace. And the way to get there is definitely not by calling our soldiers culprits of mass murder. Why don't you own up to a more suitable pseudonym than pretending to reside in Haifa?

    from the article: Syrian TV: Israel bombed military site near Damascus
    First published 22:15 30.01.13 | Last updated 22:15 30.01.13
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