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Nobody stands by his principles in the Middle East

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in response to reader comment: very sad

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 23, 2013 at 08:43

Mark wrote

> even if a backroom deal was involved, very sad -- you have to stand by your principles, and particularly in the ME, you have to have strength to survive<

Nobody stands by his principles in the Middle East, not even Israel. All believe that they can survive only by lying and betraying others and allying themselves with the strongest Devil and the biggest Mammon. This is a cursed region .

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