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    • Frank
    • 08.08.06 | 15:50 (IDT)

    In others word , you do not accept the fact that the jewish people have the right to their own state with a majority of jews.You would prefer the jews as dhimmis in a islamic country governed by a Caliph..a sweet dream like the 1001 and one night..

    from the article: The test of the Zionist left
    First published 00:00 08.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.08.06
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