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    • 18.07.11 | 15:01 (IDT)

    Eleven hundred years ago Arabs conquered the middle east and stole what was Jewish land and at the same time committing genocide on on any people who refused to follow them thus hundreds of thousands of people were butchered in the name of Islam. Eleven hundred years later the Jews managed to reconquer part of their land back. The Arabs (Palestinians) are trying to get the rest of the world ( the infidels which according to the teaching Islam they must destroy) help them steal the land from the Jews again. This is like a thief robbing a house and after a while the original owner of the stolen property manages to get some of his property back, the thief goes to the police demanding the police arrest the original owner from whom he stole the property and help him get the stolen property back. If the UN falls for this manuvaring then the UN should be disbanded because it has become a joke wherte a resolution by Arabs that the world is flat would pass by a large majority

    from the article: Erekat: Palestinians planning 'massive' diplomatic push for state recognition
    First published 07:49 18.07.11 | Last updated 07:49 18.07.11
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