Well, if it isn't a case of the pots calling the kettle black. It's unfortunate, but two of the biggest violators of land grabs (Britain & France with their colonial history) thought it was very big of themselves to support Israel's right to protect itself. Very noble of them, isn't it? I wonder who bought them concerning the past UN vote and now this. The trade part of this is unfortunate, but they can't be allowed to interfere with Israel's basic rights. Setting such a precedent would be ultimately dangerous.
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