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    • bancic
    • 17.05.11 | 18:21 (IDT)

    This is what Strauss-Kahn declared, in 1991, to the "La vie" magasine : "To sum it up, in my duties and in my daily life, through all my actions, I try to make it possible to bring my contribution to the construction of the land of Israel". and in 2003 to the "Tribune juive" "to get up every morning wondering how to be useful to Israel". So the french people are neither antisemits nor antizionists as he is their preferred president. If he cannot be candidate in France, why the israeli would not elect him as their prime minister? Sure, he would bring a fair and just peace between israeli and Palestinians, transform Israel from a theocracy to a democracy. When he lived in Tunisia he had very good relationship with the arabs. He would really be a great opportunity for middle-east.

    from the article: Dominique Strauss-Kahn's Orthodox troubleshooter
    First published 12:01 17.05.11 | Last updated 12:01 17.05.11
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