To me it seems The Palestinians are talking to themeselves saying:(LAVI) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Stephen in NY
    • 31.10.11 | 20:42 (IST)

    Mirror ,mirror on the wall,who's the cleverest of them all...That in effect thery cannot have a state,or accepted into UNESCO by just wishful thinking.. All well and good to dream havong a state.But without money how will they manage.Meantime the DAILY rockets FLY toward many of the Israeli cities. If Abbas or Hyena thinks the IAF & IDF Will sit still and not retaliate robusdtly than they had better consider fleeing from whence they came. Isn' it coincidental that the qassams are lobbed while reading the news about Abbas' getting accepted at UNESCO..Short lived victory. Now if Obama stands firm,things may reverse the jubilation into a catastrophy..

    from the article: U.S. cuts funding for UNESCO after Palestinian vote
    First published 18:31 31.10.11 | Last updated 18:31 31.10.11
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