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    • Logios
    • 11.04.10 | 20:41 (IDT)

    1. "when osama bin ladin first admitted to the 9/11 atrocity he did not mention israel at all.he did not mention palestine at all.he said quite clearly that he attacked you because you america occupied the arabian peninsula with its holy places. i hope that helps." - Bethel "Admitting for the first time that he ordered the Sept. 11 attacks, bin Laden said he did so because of injustices against the Lebanese and Palestinians by Israel and the United States.",2933,137095,00.html Very funny, Bethel.. Do you happen to be a fiction writer or just shoot your mouth off? It seems the latter, as we see in your other comments. Just try to stick to the point. If the point is that the value of Israel to the US is its humanity, the fact that Israel was more or less humane than the US is not relevant.. Would this be of help to you? Me wonder. 2. "logios is a page does not exist" - Bethel Here is a quick lesson for the unskilled. Suppose you see a quote and the source is not given or, for some reason your computer cannot connect to the URL. I suggest you take part of the quote, put it into your search engine, and try to locate the quote. You may find the document if you bother to try. Capisce? 3. "logios i have access to all bin ladin`s speeches.. you logios wanted to show that he had palestine only on his mind" - Bethel News to me. How about understanding the factoids you retain instead of fantasizing? Here is my statement: "The US can now look at specific interests in the area, mostly assuring oil supply and diminishing Arab hatred towards it. Is Israel of any help in these matters? Quite the opposite. The Palestinian problem is used as means of recruiting volunteers for al-Qaida" - Logio The issue was how Israel affects the US, not what motivates al-Qaida. Try to identify the issue first, before shooting off your mouth.

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