The Syrians will no longer believe "it's Israel's fault". HOWEVER... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dyinglikeflies
    • 25.11.11 | 18:55 (IST)

    ...see how ready they will be to believe the NEXT dictator, this time a religious one, who says "it's Israel's fault." The worst lasting result of colonialism is that these people have this false sense of victimization that lets them believe they are not the cause of their own problems-even thought the colonialists left 60 years ago and left them better off than they started anyway.

    from the article: Syria: 'Foreign-backed' attack kills 10 air force personnel
    First published 17:54 25.11.11 | Last updated 17:54 25.11.11
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