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    • Tony Silver - Kopenhagen
    • 12.06.13 | 22:36 (IDT)

    israel doesn´t have a leader to be equal to Nelson Mandela.Israel has no government, just a collection of moral degenerates who try to justify the illegal occupation and settlement enterprise. The Israeli electorate chose world condemnation and isolation when they elected Netanyahu and Lieberman, and that's what they got. This is a dangerous combination. Israel will be isolated further from the rest of the world.

    from the article: What Israel won’t learn from Mandela’s legacy
    First published 13:36 12.06.13 | Last updated 13:36 12.06.13
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