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Should Child Molesters Be Left In The Elementary School Without Supervision?

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Submitted by skmiller (United States), Nov 13, 2006 at 11:27

Why are we even giving Gaza, Westbank to Terrorists who hate Israel? to get strong and attack again? we need to pack them all populations of gaza, west bank to the south of jordan and call it palestine. Same way we need to send the shias of lebanon to iran, sunnis to iraq or saudi and leave the land of lebanon to christians. that way israel will have a buffer zone on the north at least.

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