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    • F Mica
    • 27.01.06 | 07:09 (IST)

    Every people get what they deserve. In this case, war and poverty. They make the choices themselves. They Palestinian arabs are masters in making the wrong choices. Hitler in the '40s, Arafat in the '70s, Saddam in the 90's and now Hamas. No wonder they never managed to get out of the rubbish, misery and corruption. Even being the most sponsored people in the world, they still continue to show stupidness. Now that finally the eyes of the EU are open, maybe they will learn to take care of themselves and put their energy in something else than warfare.

    from the article: Palestinian economics min. tells world to give Hamas chance
    First published 00:00 26.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.01.06
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