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Internal enemy is most dangerous for Israel

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Submitted by Rob (India), Dec 22, 2006 at 04:49

Israeli Arabs are the worst enemies of Israel because ,

1) Outer enemies will never be allowed to sneak in and infiltrate.

2) So called refugees will never be allowed by Israel

3) USA will never allow Iran to build Nuclear Bombs.

4) After humiliating defeat in last wars , Egpyt / Jordan / Syria will never dare to attack Israel.

5) Only a few rockets from Gaza will not take Israel off the World map.

But last but not least

Muslim arabs in Israel are the most dangerous enemies.

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