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    • Daniel
    • 31.05.11 | 20:01 (IDT)

    You say "Israel’s right is not confident enough to accept the truth of the country's history, and instead propagates stories that no historian on earth would support". Very general statement and clearly not true. In addition Israel's decleration if independence mentions the prophets and thus the begining of the state already had religion tied into it. Historians know the Palestinians fled the land at the urging of the attacking Arab states. You're simply spewing forth nonsense.

    from the article: The Israeli right's refusal to accept other versions of Zionism
    First published 18:32 31.05.11 | Last updated 18:32 31.05.11
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