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whos side is England on?

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Submitted by Benjamin Curd {14 year old} (United Kingdom), Jan 21, 2004 at 16:50

England has high levels of pro pally bias blind to the needs of the other side. i think england and israel have always had rocky relaitions. but i dont think it is anything to worry about. college students are always on the che guavara kind of side. thinking that a small country is being wrongful opressed. the fact is that israel is not doing the opressing they are being opresed by the very thing we should seek to destroy, terrorism
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