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    • 30.12.09 | 12:53 (IST)

    The reason Israeli goverment is preventing the citizens traveling to WestBank, you are murdering lynching shooting the Jews who is visiting you. The reason Palies could not visit to Israel is another story. If you don't blow your self in the middle of malls you would visiting today freely where ever you want like you did before 2000.

    from the article: 28 kilometers of distilled apartheid
    First published 01:28 30.12.09 | Last updated 04:12 31.12.09
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