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Palestine is Paleostone, the land of dreams

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Submitted by Ismael Pio Elias (Brazil), May 24, 2009 at 02:06

Paleolitical Age and Stone Age mixed together form PaleStine, an imaginary land habited by imaginary people so ancient like Earth, living in peace and harmony in a delightful dream.

Paleostone, know as Palestine, is a Myth, nothing else, an arab creation to claim control over all Middle East, a land of dreams and fantasies governed by Alláh himself, despite had been ignored by muslins in real world until jewish imigration in 19th century.
If Palestine exists in real world anyone tell me where I can find the embassy of the planet Mars on Washington...

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