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Europe cannot have it both ways.

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Submitted by IamJoseph (Australia), Jul 28, 2011 at 06:48

On the one hand Europe bows to the Regimes against Israel at the UN, demanding serial 2-states in the same tiny land till there is none - aka Genocide. Then Europe becomes enraged when the Israel experience hits home. The same weapons planned against Israel is coming to haunt: Eurostan is happening via reverse Islamization. Europe cannot judge Israel.

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