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GDP of Israel?

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Submitted by Amir (United States), Feb 16, 2006 at 05:47

"The GDP of Israel is greater than the GDP of the entire non-oil producing Muslim world. "

What the heck? Indonesia, Turkey, Pakistan, Iran Egypt, etcc all have higher GDP than Israel. Look it up on the web.

Maybe you meant GDP per capita? If so, you would have a point then (though even then UAE, and Qatar has higher GDP per capita than Israel).

Rest of your points in the posts were just as bogus.
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