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    • 05.03.10 | 12:43 (IST)

    Its abject failure to rid itself from Democrasy abusers (Arab block etc.) nurishes despair in hartz of all democracy loving World.

    from the article: UN official to Haaretz: Israel 'nourishing despair' in Gaza
    First published 04:27 05.03.10 | Last updated 20:21 05.03.10
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