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    • Abraham
    • 08.05.05 | 01:07 (IDT)

    "the jews left these arab countries out of their zeal to return to "ZION" after 1948." --- You read only Arab propaganda sources, do you? This is another fairy tale. My parents were ROBBED out of their business in Basra, Iraq. My uncle was shot to death. Like most Jews there, they were under constant threats. And then they were allowed to leave the country only with the clothing on their bodies. "By tearing down churches in the West Bank, by suffocating Bethlehem, etc." ---- Now this is not taken from Arab propaganda -- this is YOUR fabrication (if you REALLY live in Ramallah as you claim).... The Christians in the West BAnk are harassed by Muslim militants and Muslim criminals. The Mafia in Betlehem (the infamous Muslim Abayat family) has been EXTORTING MONEY from Christian businesses. Bethlehem was a heaven and a haven for Christians, until the 1993 Osl Accord gave the city to Arafat's regime and his thugs.

    from the article: Does Israel want peace?
    First published 00:00 06.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.05.05
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