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Tugba Basaran Akmazoglu

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Submitted by Yehuda (Israel), Jul 21, 2010 at 05:22

"wasnt it this terrorist country that shot the people on the ships with machine guns from helicopters?"

You then have the gall to state that "history is not something you can shape". That is the problem with Arab/Muslims society today. All emotion and no critical thinking. You are merely shaped by what your leaders/media tell you and then build your warped views on falsehoods. It is comical to read your comment on "history" which just shows your own ignorance of your history.

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