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    • Gavriel
    • 28.11.09 | 06:19 (IST)

    If we wanted to terminate the Palestinian people we would have done so thousands of years ago, but we didn't. We could have done it since 1948, but instead we let them prosper and grow with the state of Israel achieving a population of 3.5 million people. Abbas should have rejected and condemned this remark as he himself his aware that he lived his life without his ancestors terminated. Shimon Peres is right to predict that the future of Chavez looks bleak and the good people of Venezuela will soon get rid of him. Chavez should read some history because every tyrant is eventually does get terminated. All he needs to do is read history of the world since WW2. Just to name a few dictators who were recently terminated and to give him a little heart pain were Noriega the Panamenian, Saddam al Tikritu, Slobodan the Serbian and Taylor the Liberian. Same applies to the tyrant of Teheran who has nothing better to do than confiscate the Noble Peace Meda since he cant win one.

    from the article: Hugo Chavez: Israel plans to 'terminate the Palestinian people'
    First published 21:46 27.11.09 | Last updated 12:12 28.11.09
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