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in response to reader comment: Why are palestinians from Jordan such horrible people

Submitted by MA (Jordan), Aug 10, 2015 at 16:56

Hey! I don't know where are you from or what is your background! I don't care because I'll not judge your people based on your comment! Every country has good people and bad people. Statistically 50 out of 3,000,000 means less than 0.001% and you didn't mention which field you were working with or which social status! If you are dealing with desperate people in refugee camps don't expect them to be nice

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