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Make no mistake, Mr. Annan is not a man of peace. Not by a long shot !!l.

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Submitted by Adam Eylat (Israel), Jul 26, 2006 at 10:56

26-July-2006, Sec. Kofi Annan, said in Rome today, that no solution can be reached in Lebanon without the participation of Iran.

With this simple statement Mr. Mr. Annan helped Iran with its publicly stated policy to destroy Israel.

Make no mistake, Mr. Annan is not a man of peace. Not at all.

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