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World Order: Advert In Israeli Newspaper

World Order: Advert In Israeli Newspaper

Below is an advert from Gush Shalom (Israeli peace group) which was
published in Ha'aretz (Israel) on 27 September 2002.

WORLD ORDER

The evil Sadam
Violates UN resolutions.
To hell with him!

The hero Sharon
Violates UN resolutions.
How brave!

The wise Bush
Decides who may violate
And who must be hit.
Hail the Chief!

Gush Shalom
http://www.gush-shalom.org/english/



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