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Short term memory loss

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Submitted by Abdulkarim Al-Habsi (Oman), Sep 27, 2009 at 09:58

Smme people sre suffering from acute short term memory loss. Arabs have done that until Sharon came along and wrecked every thing. My country Oman went as far as opening its own mission office in Israel, and and sraeli mission in Oman, heck even Israel national day was celebrated in Muscat Intercontinetal with Israeli and Omani Flags side by side, and even then, Settlements were still beng built, Palestinian water was still being robbed, Palstinians were still beiing treated like cattle a ranch, what elese do you people want?

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