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    • John
    • 29.08.10 | 17:37 (IDT)

    Are you kidding me? Israel tolerates rockets from Palestine and they get slammed when someone speaks out against the Palestinian people? Palestine funds and gives tons of money to militants who die blowing up Israel... this is a joke.

    from the article: Erekat: Israeli religious figure urging genocide of Palestinians
    First published 17:14 29.08.10 | Last updated 17:14 29.08.10
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