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    • Eman
    • 18.06.10 | 22:35 (IDT)

    These "peace activists" know what they are doing. And the real peace activists have no idea how much they are being played.

    from the article: Israel to UN: We reserve the right to stop Lebanon Gaza-bound flotilla
    First published 20:31 18.06.10 | Last updated 05:35 19.06.10
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