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    • Tooth Fairy
    • 23.01.07 | 02:39 (IST)

    "Before he and his friends from the left went to Oslo and put together what became the Oslo agreement,the Palestinian Arabs enjoyed total freedom of movement and their standard of living was increasing beyond recognition.They were able to travel without roadblocks.. Then came Oslo and Mr. Rubinstein and his friends brought Arafat and his crooks and the rest is history." - Zev #68 "up until Oslo the Arabs that live on the West Bank of the Jordan enjoyed more freedom than they did under Jordanian rule and were free to travel anywhere within Israel with no roadblocks. It also proves that the terror had nothing to do with the results of the 67 war." - Zev #74 We have already established that the First Intifadah started on December 1987, some 61/2 years before Rubinstein brought Arafat in. There was no longer free movement during the Intifadah. Get it, sleepyhead? So perhaps it proves that intensified terror has to do with the occupation? No more quarter. You lost your tooth for nothing.

    from the article: The State of Judea
    First published 00:00 22.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 22.01.07
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