Nevertheless, he likes to walk around Lutèce and bring back a good salary as a deputy...
Born in 1961 in Paris, son of a Tunisian Jew friend of Begin, had good opportunities in his professional career. This must help the diaspora.
While drooling over the French colonists, he forgets to say that if he is French, through his father, (and therefore a deputy), it is thanks to the Crémieux decree of the French colonialists (who forgot the Arab natives, unfortunately).
However, ethnic Palestinians, in their entirety, have not had Israeli nationality, it seems to me?
The following: https://ifamericansknew.org/cur_sit/deadbabies.htmlDead Palestinian babies and bombed mosques - Tsahal Fashion 2009
A T-shirt printed at the request of an IDF soldier from the sniper unit with the inscription “1 shot, 2 deaths”.
The Adiv fabric printing company's office in south Tel Aviv sees a steady stream of customers, many of them soldiers in uniform, who come to order custom clothing emblazoned with their unit's insignia, usually accompanied by a slogan and a design of their choice. Elsewhere in the premises, sketches are turned into plates used to print ordered items, mainly T-shirts and baseball caps, but also hoodies, fleece jackets and pants. A young Arab from Jaffa supervises the workers who print the words and images, then deliver the finished product.
A T-shirt for infantry snipers reads "Better Use Durex" next to a photo of a dead Palestinian baby with his crying mother and a teddy bear at his side. sides.
Dead babies, mothers crying at their children's graves, a gun pointed at a child, and bombed mosques: these are just a few of the images Israeli Defense Force soldiers design today to print on the shirts they wear. command to mark the end of their training. or field service. The slogans accompanying the designs aren't exactly anemic, either: a T-shirt for infantry snipers reads "Better use Durex," next to a photo of a dead Palestinian baby, with her mother crying and a teddy bear by her side. A sniper T-shirt from the Givati Brigade's Shaked Battalion shows a pregnant Palestinian woman with a target superimposed on her stomach, with the slogan, in English, "1 shot, 2 kills." A “graduation” shirt for those who have taken another sniper course depicts a Palestinian baby growing into a combative boy and then an armed adult, with the inscription: “No matter how it begins, we will put an end to it. "
Not so difficult for them with imagination.
Everyone tastes a piece of the other's breast.
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