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Israel rejects peace

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Submitted by David Ben-Ariel (United States), Feb 13, 2009 11:23

There is no battle for peace or Israel could have won it years ago. What is necessary is for Israel to completely defeat and expel their sworn Arab enemies as Meir Kahane clearly called for, reminding the nation of what Moses clearly taught (Malachi 4:4), but obviously the corrupt and godless Israeli oligarchy, just following German-Jesuit orders, fails to secure peace through strength in order to keep the conflict going, ultimately resulting in European forces, "peacekeeping" troops, occupying Jerusalem and polluting the Holy Land of Israel.

The bloody vulture Shimon Peres (Peres is Hebrew for vulture) is right where the Vatican-controlled Israeli oligarchy wants him to be: positioned as president of Israel, dark prince of perfidy, as orchestrated. Woe to Ariel! Jerusalem will soon suffer EU occupation: THE GERMANS ARE COMING!

The battle is in the hearts and minds of Israelis to finally overthrow the Hellenists who are destroying them and become a truly Jewish homeland.


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