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    • Avi
    • 09.07.10 | 18:59 (IDT)

    Why must the land owner hire security personal to carry the work of the local authority? Why do they get the right to squatter a land privately owned by someone else? Since when is carrying out the law became a political issue? Why do the squatters get extra rights just for being Muslims? That's racism. Tough questions indeed for the government. Whether it's done in other areas or not, two wrongs don't make a right, rule of law must prevail.

    from the article: 'Unprecedented police brutality' at East Jerusalem protest
    First published 18:23 09.07.10 | Last updated 18:23 09.07.10
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