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    • Robert
    • 09.03.10 | 16:05 (IST)

    So they blame the Jews for the assisination (so they say) of the Hamas operative. So far no proof other than "it smells like the Mossad". Must be OK for the ICJ and some European countries. israel is guilty before the trial even takes place! The Jews were blamed for the Black Plague, AIDS all the way to the collapse of the banking system in 2008 so why not this too. Congratulations to whoever carried out the assassination of a known terrorist wanted for murder. It is hard to envisage the Mossad sending in 27 of its' personnel to take out one man but if so, they must have known why it was necessary. If they did then congratulations.

    from the article: Latest suspect in Dubai hit shares name with Australian-Israeli
    First published 10:08 09.03.10 | Last updated 21:03 09.03.10
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