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    • Ivan
    • 26.09.10 | 14:37 (IST)

    so what they came to do?, Anarchists Against the Wall or Hadash party are already a proof that not every jew support the ocupattion, but they show it by resisting. If a navy comes and does not resist the occupation army its obvious they only want donations or fame.

    from the article: 'Jews for Justice' aid boat sets sail for Gaza
    First published 13:22 26.09.10 | Last updated 14:07 26.09.10
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