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Palestine people don't want to be in PLO areas , they want to be in Israel..safe

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Submitted by kim segar (United States), Jan 2, 2008 at 13:04

Most so called Palestines don't want a PLO state , they want to be in Israel, where they can work and be free, have jobs and nice homes. Many already do. G-d says nothing will grow in the land of Israel if the Jews are not on it, think Gaza..

I think we are about to see all hell break loose, and America swallows the lies about the Jews. Judgement is coming and it's way overdue to kick Islam out of Israel and America..

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