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Submitted by stanberk (United States), Jul 2, 2003 at 12:58

israel was forced ( by the US ) to sign and accept the trojan horse in their land in1993 via the oslo accords.
what now? - the people from inside the horse throw open the gates of the fort of israel and allow the barbarians ( i.e. palestinian press friendly freedom fighters ) to ... pillage further?
the US ( my country - and one that I love deeply ) is leading its best friend to conflagration under the disguise of "peace"
what for?
Submitting....

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