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    • Covetous mama
    • 28.06.10 | 22:56 (IDT)

    Not sure what to say, it seems that the Jews have become idolaters of land - and the covet everything around them. It is amazing what monsters these Israelis have become, even in death, the German Reich creates more and more misery and monsters --truly a legacy only the Reich can be proud of.

    from the article: Razing of Palestinian homes in E. Jerusalem approved despite 250 shortfalls in plan
    First published 22:23 28.06.10 | Last updated 22:23 28.06.10
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