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"Words" as a "matter of fact"

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Submitted by Rachelle Assouline-Seynaeve (France), Jan 6, 2005 at 08:28

I commend you on your article. One more thing though, you fail to mention in this article that the disputed territories came about AFTER Israel won a war! I would like to know what country on earth returns what she has gained in a war perpetrated by the numerous and powerful nations which surround her. What would have happened to Alsace/Lorraine if France had lost the war!

It is appalling to see that the Palestinian "words" are being used as a "matter-of-fact" in our media.
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