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Ken goes on-the-record on Israel

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Submitted by Jonathan (United Kingdom), Jan 26, 2007 at 00:31

Yes he did say this. It was in response to my question as follows " When I met you when you were campaigning in Finchley before the last election, I asked you about your views in Israel and you reponded that Israel should never have been created. Could you explain your views?".

I thought it was important that he went on the record with this view - which to the best of my knowledge he never has before. Now - as Carol says - he has.

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