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JERUSALEM

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Submitted by ANDREA (United States), Apr 26, 2010 at 17:39

JERUSALEM WAS NOT PART OF THE DEAL WHEN GB PARTITIONED PALESTINIAN LANDS TO ISRAEL. JERUSALEM IS CONSIDERED A INTERNATIONALIZED CITY FOR CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS, & JUDAISM NOT TO BE INVADED BY ONE GROUP. IF ISRAEL FEELS JERUSALEM SHOULD BE THEIRS, THEN THE GOVT OF THESE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SHOULD BE OCCUPIED BY THE NATIVE AMERICANS WHO ARE THE REAL AND ORIGINAL CITIZENS, AND THIS INCLUDES LOBBYISTS.

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