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Its not a parched ranch you know.

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Submitted by Abdulkarim Al-Habsi (Oman), Jun 11, 2009 at 16:28

You make it sound as if they are taking back a parched ranch with its diseased cattle. What if the Palestinians, or the residents of those areas (Gaza and West bank) don't want to be ruled by the Dictatorships of Cairo and Amman?

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