Occupation refuses to allow village to have electricity generator repaired

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    JENIN, (PIC)-- The village of Dhahr al Maleh, to the south of Jenin located behind the Apartheid Wall, has been living since ten days in total darkness after the disruption of the electrical generator, which supplies the energy to the village and which the occupation authorities refuse allowing repairing.

    Hussein al Abd, a member in the Village of Dhahr al Maleh Council, confirmed in a press statement that the electric generator of the village had been disrupted and that due to the location of the village (behind the wall apartheid), the council was unable repair it because of the Zionist obstacles.

    Occupation refuses to allow village to have electricity generator repaired
     
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    Ah! The "zionist plantation" is waay more desirable, than electricity in Jenin, isn't it? Funny palistanians feel the need to prove it time and again.
     
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    Can't they call in a Maytag repairman?
     
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    The only thing it proves, is just how disgusting and inhuman zionists are.
     
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    They did. He couldn't get through the zionist checkpoint either.
     
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    Oh, let us not spoil the moments and admit that the only reason palistanians are sitting there is because they hope and pray to become part of the "zionist plantation", when and if the fence becomes a border, and to thump "family reunion" thingie afterwards. Palistanians have built nothing to boast about since 1994, subsisitng on their semi-feudal joke of the economy and international community handouts - the palistanian administration salaries are wholly paid by the international donors. Palistanian roots are are all over the arab hood, they have no national conscience and no national memory, they wouldn't be inventing their "history" and lie, if it were otherwise.
     
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    Well then they should complain to the UN or the US.
     
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    Thanks for proving my point that you're nothing but a skumbag human with no redeeming qualities.

    As for the Palestinian's, they are there because that is their ancestral home, which has been invaded by zionist insurgents bent on pushing them into the sea.
     
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    Does that come with a jingle?
     
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    It's a politically correct euphemism for an individual, who calls a spade a spade, of course.
    Actually, it's a palistanian settler outpost with a generator that they ran into the ground. Let's stick to the facts, we aren't having a fake palistanian history class here.
     

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