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Reader comment on item: Pretending There's a Country Called "Palestine"
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Submitted by donvan (United States), Nov 23, 2007 at 11:11

Of course the " Muslim Personality Disorder", has many aspects. Deluded thinking being a major one. Imaginary nations, grandious thinking of world domination, etc.etc.. The myth of the "Palestinians" has become US Policy, thanks to Ms Rice, US Secretary of State. Accomodation of a delusional mental health person seems a bit strange for so sophisticated an Academic as Ms Rice, but if it brings down gas prices, give 'em New Jersey.

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