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    • Jennie
    • 20.06.06 | 17:22 (IDT)

    If I understand you well, you have a hierarchy of nationalities who are in title to express their opinion on Israel or not, or better whose opinion matters or not. Let me quote you: 'Yes if a player from Israel?s only real friend in the world, America, would wave a Palestinian flag then it would have been upsetting' however 'if it was someone from Togo it really wouldn?t kick up much dust' - Is 'America' one fixed unity that is friendly with the other fixed unity 'Israel'? Certainly that's what the politicians like us to think... Let?s not generalise, but more often listen to individuals and less to the phrases of the politicians...

    from the article: Ghana Football Association apologizes for Israeli flag at World Cup match
    First published 00:00 19.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 19.06.06
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