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Get the "palestinians" out....

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Submitted by Pork Chop (United States), Jun 30, 2006 at 16:46

Transfer is the best option, but I don't believe you could find anyone that would take that motley bunch, after all, what country needs a couple million more criminals? So........all that is left is crushing defeat.

Since the actual combatants amongst the Arabs......( I won't call them some made up name like "palestinians") hide in the civilian population, it will get messy. Too bad.

Pork Chop

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