Sewer pipes and such - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jackie
    • 05.10.09 | 22:24 (IST)

    There are excavations by cities throughout the world. Some of them are for Sewer pipes and some are for subways and tunnels. There are even in certain cities (sudbury, Ontario comes to mind) mining tunnels and shafts under homes and oil wells' pipes. As long as the structures are reinfoced there should be no problem. The Arabs are scared relics of Jewish history will be uncovered

    from the article: WATCH: Organizer admits City of David endangers Arab homes
    First published 02:45 05.10.09 | Last updated 05:59 05.10.09
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