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What happened to the times of Arafat?....

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Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), May 29, 2007 at 17:11

...When Arafat used to sit as the guest-of-honor at the midnight open-air Christmas services, in front of the Church of Nativity? Was that all just a photo-op for the world media to trasmit around the globe, and show Arafat in a positive light?

Suha Arafat is supposed to be a Christian. So where is she to raise her voice against Islamic intolerance against her own people?

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