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    • ottomatik
    • 12.01.11 | 21:42 (IST)

    It is Israels fault for not bringing the two Pali parties together and not making piece or peace with them and not giving all the land back and not jumping in the Ocean to drown, What is the matter with you Israel we in Jordan would do that but we only have asmall beach and it would take a long time to drown, maybe the Americans could help us.drown.

    from the article: Jordan FM: Refusal of two-state vision exposes Israel as 'apartheid' state
    First published 19:25 12.01.11 | Last updated 19:25 12.01.11
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