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    • Ed (Uzbekistan)
    • 29.11.11 | 19:42 (IST)

    Oh Wow, Big surprise. Probably had Arafat ym"s and company as his mentor. They do this in all the Arab occupied countries such as Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Europe, etc. The people are starving while they loot and rape them. The civilized world is getting wise to these shenanigans by these hooligans in monkey suits.

    from the article: Palestinian Economy Minister charged with embezzlement, insider trading
    First published 16:47 29.11.11 | Last updated 16:47 29.11.11
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