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    • 21.04.12 | 06:54 (IDT)

    Isreal is best known for attacking only those who can't defend themselves.

    from the article: U.S. Republicans seek to provide Israel with $680 million for Iron Dome anti-missile system
    First published 02:18 21.04.12 | Last updated 02:18 21.04.12
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