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    • Israeli
    • 28.08.11 | 11:33 (IDT)

    So Egypt is morally absolved when allowing terror coming from their side, and threatening to cancel gas supply and maybe peace, because we accept their affinity toward Palestinians. Same for all Arab countries. But when it comes to helping Palestinians refugees, their Arab affinity for Palestinians can be disregarded, allowing them letting the grand children of refugees to live in poverty?

    from the article: The reason why the Egyptians hate us
    First published 01:07 28.08.11 | Last updated 01:07 28.08.11
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