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    • Frogus
    • 10.03.06 | 15:00 (IST)

    I wonder whether you understand the basic composition of a Democratic State. But, since you live in France, allow me to tigress in responding to one of your point of surprise" How Mashriki got to the high post?" (Maniekevitch: HOw the Fligh got so High?). Look at your neighborhood, in France with the Outreau outrance...!! what happened to the human rights to the emprisone innocent people?!! Retournons a nos moutons. Now, back to the point of Tom HR. Isaid If you were to understanding the functioning of a Democracy-unlike the Dictatorship- their barriers that protect every citizen. Like in other countries wwhere the rule of law is supreme, the judicial instances are there to make sure that people are protected. I, personaly, don't think that in this case Tom Segev has done well his home work.

    from the article: Patriotism sans borders
    First published 00:00 10.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.03.06
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