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    • Pekka
    • 26.11.12 | 20:20 (IST)

    Hi guys. I wonder what is this crap all about. Why Gaza people waste their money for very expensive missiles to shoot to Israel? Why the heck are they doing that!!??? I have done the military service in Finland and happend to know, that these kind of missiles cost as much, that you could give a life to thousends of poor people for one year with the price of one missile. Has anyone heard anything more stupid? Shoot expensive missiles and hurt the people in that country? Would we like in Finland if Russia would suddenly start hitting our ground constantly just for fun with their weapons? What about Mainilan laukaukset? From internet it is easy to find lots of information, even if the media creates the headlines for their benefits.

    from the article: Israel needs a shot of Finland's potent civic cocktail
    First published 07:48 26.11.12 | Last updated 07:48 26.11.12
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