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#1 by Egeria on 12/01/2012 - 11:36 pm
Thank you so much for this outstanding interview, dear Sammi – I learned important aspects today from your distinguished guest Sam Bahour about the situation in Palestine and beyond.
Here’s Mr. Sam Bahour’s blog:
And this is Sam Bahour’s article Sammi mentioned:
#2 by Ingrid B on 12/04/2012 - 1:42 am
Sorry Sammi, that I didn`t find time until now to listen to your extremely interesting podcast..
I`m not even sure that the “state” of Israel is legal, no-one had the right to hand over any part of Palestine to the Jews..
The “state” of Israel is parasitic by nature, not only bleeding Palestine dry, but the US also, and, I believe, that what the parasitic Jews, in both Palestine, and the US, are doing, will, eventually lead to their downfall..
I would like to tell a true story. When I was seventeen, I went to work in a little cottage hospital. An old lady was admitted, she was on the point of death, very dirty and emaciated, from living in isolation, she had lice, which were bleeding her to death. She died next morning, and the moment she died, the lice left her body, they just disappeared, no-one saw where they went, maybe they too, died. Parasites cannot survive without a host..
I really hope that things will move forward now, and that the Palestinian people will achieve their goals, and realize their dreams..
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