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I will rather invest in Israel

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Submitted by Pradeep M (United States), Mar 24, 2009 at 05:46

Israel is surely a small country. No doubt about it. But compared to the Islamic socities, Israel's contribution to science, mathematics, biology and medicine has been several orders of magintude more. I think Islamic societies are underpaying their dues to the world. I will rather invest my energy and money with the Israelis. What do you think, Mr Mansoor, Sir?

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