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    • rodolfo marcelo
    • 16.05.10 | 19:49 (IDT)

    I live in spain and I am israeli. Do not need to explain to you that there are only 16000 jews here and since the inquisition of 1492 there is still lots of sntisemitism in spain. An ukrinian friend of my son is trying to visit sweden and you should see what problems she has to get in for a mere 3 weeks visit!!You need to prove you do not want to STAY, be a TERRORIST,etc...with spain it is the same , you shoulkd see what goes on at spanish airports if you come from south america to visit...you are VERY suspicious and have t be interrogated. Senor Prado did not want to enter ISRAEL ,he wanted to enter RAMALLAH.as we know there are no tourist attractions there(I was the police chief there after the 6 Days War) it is obvious he wanted to contact someone there who is NOT Israel's friend ,capicce?

    from the article: Shin Bet deports Spain's most famous clown upon arrival in Israel
    First published 01:26 06.05.10 | Last updated 01:26 06.05.10
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