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    • Kamal
    • 18.09.05 | 13:12 (IDT)

    "The Palestinians don`t have a state to defend them against Jewish terror, until they do, somebody has got to do the job." Yes - Jews routinely bomb Palestinian busses and restaurants and blow themselves in schools and shoot and murder Palestinian drivers and their families... "This is what Hamas, Fatah, etc. are doing..just like the Hagana, Stern, Itsel, etc." Yes, Hagana etc. murdered Palestinian Athletes at the Olympiad and constantly pogrommed Arabs, Druse and Christians since 1900! They also targeted only civilians and killed thousands of them. "We are in a pre-state setting...when we have a state, Hamas and Fatah will disappear or morph into political parties." Sure! Just like the Taliban "morphed" into Afghanistan's "democracy" or the Iranian Revolutionary Guards "morphed" into a peace-loving Iran. HAHAHA! Khalid - spare us the rethoric, demagogy and lies. You are not dumb - that's for sure - but you are a malicious liar just like most "Palestinains" here in the Haaretz forums.

    from the article: Of course, Egypt is to blame
    First published 00:00 18.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.09.05
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