Two elderly Izraelis arrested in 12.5 ton of Drugs!

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Thanks God; they were arrested in London
Two elderly Israelis arrested in 12.5 ton marijuana bust

Two elderly Israeli men were arrested by British police Tuesday night for attempting to smuggle 12.5 tons of marijuana into the country, the Sun reported on Wednesday.

Moshe Kedar 81, and his younger accomplice Mordechai Hersch, 67, were arrested after Kedar was reportedly caught on surveillance video receiving a cell phone and $10,000 cash from members of a London drug gang.

According to the Sun, police needed six sessions in a special incinerator to dispose of the marijuana, valued at around $50 million.

Two elderly Israelis arrested in 12.5 ton marijuana bust - Haaretz - Israel News
good; very good!...

12.5 tons...it would provide enough money to build new settlements in West Bank for their grand children :cool:

 

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Tell us who the Palestinians are, numbnuts.
 
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take you some drug from iSSraeli tycoon!
it would cure your moronic illness.
 
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take you some drug from iSSraeli tycoon!
it would cure your moronic illness.
But, you can't tell us who the Palestinians are.
PWNED.
the palestinians are the citizens of palestine as Syrians are the citizens of Syria as Lebanese are the citizens of Lebanon.

Zionazists are the citizens of khazaria "eastern Europe" who came to ME to transform it on biggest bordello and human traffiking and drug smuggling in the World!

 

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the palestinians are the citizens of palestine as Syrians are the citizens of Syria as Lebanese are the citizens of Lebanon.
Except, there is no country called Palestine. D'oh!

Israel encompasses most of the territory called Palestine, thus, Jews of Israel and Judea and Samaria (West Bank) are Palestinians.

Thus, you're clueless and PWNED.

Take your medication for the schizophrenia. I'm concerned about your welfare.
 
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poor retarded guy;
the region was always known as Palestine, exactly like Syria, irak



when khazars come from europe to invade the region it became iSSrael.
anyway, it's not the subject of the thread, but you prefer to escape like a parasite!
 

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poor retarded guy;
the region was always known as Palestine, exactly like Syria, irak



when khazars come from europe to invade the region it became iSSrael.
anyway, it's not the subject of the thread, but you prefer to escape like a parasite!
BOGUS Map. There is no country called Palestine, dope.

Eminent Middle East historian Bernard Lewis...
The Palestine entity, formally established and defined by Britain, was formally abolished in 1948 with the termination of the Mandate.
D'oh!
 

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poor retarded guy;
the region was always known as Palestine, exactly like Syria, irak



when khazars come from europe to invade the region it became iSSrael.
anyway, it's not the subject of the thread, but you prefer to escape like a parasite!
BOGUS Map. There is no country called Palestine, dope.

Eminent Middle East historian Bernard Lewis...
The Palestine entity, formally established and defined by Britain, was formally abolished in 1948 with the termination of the Mandate.
D'oh!
There seems to be some disagreement with Benny Morris.

The Armistice Agreement of 1949 defines the status of Israel as of that time. It took place after the end of the Palestine Mandate, after UN Resolution 181, after Israel declared itself to be a state, and after the 1948 war.

The armistice was called by UN resolution. There was no surrender. No country lost any land in that war.

All of the internationally recognized borders mentioned were between Lebanon and Palestine, Syria and Palestine, Jordan and Palestine, and Egypt and Palestine. No borders were mentioned for Israel.

The "green line" (that was specifically stated to NOT be national or political borders) defined areas of occupation. It did not change Palestine's internationally recognized borders.

The cease fire was between "Israeli forces" and the forces of the other countries. "Israel" was not mentioned.

Article I in all the agreements started with: "With a view to promoting the return of permanent peace in Palestine..."

The Avalon Project : Lebanese-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, March 23, 1949

The Avalon Project : Israeli-Syrian General Armistice Agreement, July 20, 1949

The Avalon Project : Jordanian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, April 3, 1949

The Avalon Project : Egyptian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, February 24, 1949
 

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poor retarded guy;
the region was always known as Palestine, exactly like Syria, irak



when khazars come from europe to invade the region it became iSSrael.
anyway, it's not the subject of the thread, but you prefer to escape like a parasite!
BOGUS Map. There is no country called Palestine, dope.

Eminent Middle East historian Bernard Lewis...


D'oh!
There seems to be some disagreement with Benny Morris.

The Armistice Agreement of 1949 defines the status of Israel as of that time. It took place after the end of the Palestine Mandate, after UN Resolution 181, after Israel declared itself to be a state, and after the 1948 war.

The armistice was called by UN resolution. There was no surrender. No country lost any land in that war.

All of the internationally recognized borders mentioned were between Lebanon and Palestine, Syria and Palestine, Jordan and Palestine, and Egypt and Palestine. No borders were mentioned for Israel.

The "green line" (that was specifically stated to NOT be national or political borders) defined areas of occupation. It did not change Palestine's internationally recognized borders.

The cease fire was between "Israeli forces" and the forces of the other countries. "Israel" was not mentioned.

Article I in all the agreements started with: "With a view to promoting the return of permanent peace in Palestine..."

The Avalon Project : Lebanese-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, March 23, 1949

The Avalon Project : Israeli-Syrian General Armistice Agreement, July 20, 1949

The Avalon Project : Jordanian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, April 3, 1949

The Avalon Project : Egyptian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, February 24, 1949
All non-binding.

You're done.
 

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BOGUS Map. There is no country called Palestine, dope.

Eminent Middle East historian Bernard Lewis...


D'oh!
There seems to be some disagreement with Benny Morris.

The Armistice Agreement of 1949 defines the status of Israel as of that time. It took place after the end of the Palestine Mandate, after UN Resolution 181, after Israel declared itself to be a state, and after the 1948 war.

The armistice was called by UN resolution. There was no surrender. No country lost any land in that war.

All of the internationally recognized borders mentioned were between Lebanon and Palestine, Syria and Palestine, Jordan and Palestine, and Egypt and Palestine. No borders were mentioned for Israel.

The "green line" (that was specifically stated to NOT be national or political borders) defined areas of occupation. It did not change Palestine's internationally recognized borders.

The cease fire was between "Israeli forces" and the forces of the other countries. "Israel" was not mentioned.

Article I in all the agreements started with: "With a view to promoting the return of permanent peace in Palestine..."

The Avalon Project : Lebanese-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, March 23, 1949

The Avalon Project : Israeli-Syrian General Armistice Agreement, July 20, 1949

The Avalon Project : Jordanian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, April 3, 1949

The Avalon Project : Egyptian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, February 24, 1949
All non-binding.

You're done.
All cease fires are non binding on Israel. That is why they usually violate them before the ink is dry.
 

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