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Response to Abu Nudknik

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Submitted by SHmuel HaLevi (Israel), Nov 9, 2009 at 22:23

Greetings,

To the best of my knowledge Rabin, Peres and others imported from Tunis into Eretz Israel at least 10000 trained islamics to form the core of Arafat's infamous murder squads and while at it, the same Rabin, Peres and others imported Arafat and his staff. Then proceeded to arm and in cases train those monsters. To this day under the guise of "family re unions" some islamics still flow into Eretz Israel.

SHmuel

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