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  1. pete at |

    God bless the brave people & leaders of south & Latin America. Good to see there are still people willing to stand up to Israel.And our government stands by & says its regrettable they did this.Our country was founded on qaint little outdated words like LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL.FREEDOM OF SPEECH, FREEDOM FROM WANT,ALL THESE THINGS APPLY TO ALL MANKIND.EXCEPT FOR PALESTINIANS OF COURSE. THEY DONT COUNT CAUSE ISRAEL DOESN’T LIKE THEM THEREFORE THEY MUST BE SUBHUMAN VERMIN NOT FIT TO BREATH THE SAME AIR AS ISRAELI,S & THE POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON.

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  2. CHuck Feney at |

    Remember how the world gathered in Durban to state with one voice the “zionism is racism” in August, 2001 – a month before 911.

    Here we are , a little over a month before 1/9/11, and the world once again is rejecting the genocidal zionist model.

    Beware!

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  3. Fakhrul Ferdous at |

    No matter whether it is political,economical,social or humanitarian bindings or cause– that the Brazilian Govt. recognizes an independent Palestinian state with 1967 pre- war border.And, the others like Argentina,Uruguay and Paraguay is following.

    It happened due to a successful diplomatic relation of Iran with Brazil,Venezuela and Argentina.

    Many thanks to those brave leaders of Latin American countries who stand up for Palestinians– the most vulnerable,oppressed,neglected,humiliated,
    dominated,frightened human being of the world.

    Venezuela,Cuba ,Nicaragua should soon take decision to join the ‘JUST’ move to recognize Palestine like others.

    May ALLAH bless the Palestinians and all human beings on earth.

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  4. Thomas Swenson at |

    The recent declarations from South America are nothing to celebrate. These declarations recognize the criminal-robber state Israel in its 1967 borders. In other words, the South Americans implicitly condone the ethnic cleansing of Palestine prior to 1967. There is no justice or fairness or morality in that. Of course, it is somewhat refreshing that the South American leaders rebuff the current immorality of US-Zionist policy and actions. Nevertheless, recognition of 1967 borders without mentioning the ethnic discrimination within those borders and the right of Palestinians to return to their land and homes (regardless of one-state or two-state solution) is empty or even counterproductive. It would be more meaningful if sympathetic countries would refuse to recognize the pig-state, that is, break off diplomatic relations with the Zionists and recognize one Palestinian state (but not the Zionist-US-corrupted Palestinian Authority).

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    Fakhrul Ferdous Reply:

    You are in the right track.Thank you Mr.Thomas Swenson

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