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    • Avi
    • 17.10.07 | 22:19 (IST)

    I think this is all too funny. Visit an arabic news website and comment about the articles and see how many pro jewish comments are posted.. NONE!!!! So they all come here and post on our news websites and we show their comments anyway. We like to debate while they brainwash and twist the truth. The worst part is most of the ignorant world believes their vile lies!!!

    from the article: Bush warns nuclear Iran could spur 'World War III'
    First published 00:00 17.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.10.07
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