The problem with the French - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Cecil
    • 15.07.06 | 18:56 (IDT)

    You have to first grow up in the Navy. then you talk after you've learned something there. The problem with the French is that they always have to say something different from the Americans, the British, the Israeli's, the Iraqui's, name it!!. You f'ers are the biggest hypocrites in the world. Before you pass comments about others, clean out your own house. Especially, stop doing business with countries on which international sanctions have been imposed - IRAQ rings a bell?. What did France do when Lebanon went to war for 15 years?. They did nothing but harbored and encouraged one side against the other till it was ruined. What would France do if they had rockets raining down on their people by militants?. I guess, you all would have advised the citizens to catch them in buckets. First learn to treat you citizens well in France without showing any discrimination, then talk about the IDF winning miltarily.

    from the article: Caught with its pants down
    First published 00:00 14.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.07.06
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