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    • NYC Guy
    • 05.01.10 | 15:49 (IST)

    Both sides of the Pal conflict must be shunned. Not just the Palestinians. The next thing that needs to be done is freeze Israeli fundraising assets that may go towards settlement building and possible settlers connected with the kahanists. The same way we did to the palestinians must be done to the other party involved in this conflict. They are both guilty of atrocities to humanity. The Israeli government should not be rewarded for breaking the laws. They laugh in all our faces and expose us all to danger. These are not responsible leaders. It seems the arabs are doing a bit of their own War on Terror. Good luck to them and I hope they rightfully succeed. These people have been getting away with murder (literally) for decades.

    from the article: Deputy FM: Arrest warrants harming Britain-Israel ties
    First published 13:20 05.01.10 | Last updated 19:41 05.01.10
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