Partners who Benefit from Palestinian Business Monopolies: Weisglass, Peres, World Bank etal - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melanie
    • 18.04.05 | 17:29 (IDT)

    It is astonishing how those with a financial stake and money to make from Palestinian Business Monopolies and Casinoes, like Dov Weisglass, the Peres Foundation, and Leftist Investment Funds, and World Bank and IMF payoffs and kickbacks find partners for "peace" with the same leaders who control Fatah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, PFLP terrorists who have murdered, maimed, burned thousands of innocent Jews in first-degree cold-blooded MURDER--Terrorists who have NOT BEEN DISARMED NOR DISMANTLED IN VIOLATION OF ALL AGREEMENTS. SEE HOW PERES KEEPS RUNNING TO MEET WITH THE PA ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONFISCATED JEWISH FARMS? IS PERES A PA LEADER OR A JEWISH LEADER-HE FORGETS WHICH. THE WORLD BANK WILL ENRICH THESE EXTREME LEFTISTS PERES AND WEISGLASS AND THEIR ROTTEN BUNCH OFF OF THE PROPERTY CONFISCATED FROM JEWISH ISRAELI CITIZENS.

    from the article: There's no partner
    First published 00:00 18.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.04.05
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