// This is the meaning of Jewish Bravery
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« on: Jul 22, 2008 01:00 PM »




Jews kidnap a boy at a demonstration, blind fold him, thigh him up, and shoot him at close range.
This wasn’t done in secret somewhere; it was done in the presents of one of Israel’s highest ranking officers.
He was beaten up before he was shoot, but that wasn’t caught on camera so the Jews deny it happened and the international media they own refuse to report it.
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