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    • indrajaya
    • 28.07.06 | 07:42 (IDT)

    The core problem in ME is that Israel always put the blame to others. Israel was always rights, she always in the position of defending her rights etc. Lets ask the basic and these simple questions: Who was the occupier? Who was the builder of luxurious settlements in and aroun the disputed areas on all over of West Bank. Hezbollah? HAMAS? Iran? Syria? No. It was ISRAEL!

    from the article: Analysis / The alternative to Hezbollah may be occupation
    First published 00:00 28.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.07.06
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