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    • nathan
    • 13.10.10 | 01:28 (IST)

    Take England as an example. There are some other people are living there, yet at the same time England is not open for musleum refugees influx. That is pretty normal. Israel is no different, regardless of what lady Ashton would mumble.

    from the article: U.S.: We want clear path, not two-month delay of peace process deadlock
    First published 21:26 12.10.10 | Last updated 21:26 12.10.10
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