Posted on 30/09/2010 by matisak
Perhaps he doesn’t know either.
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Posted on 29/09/2010 by matisak
See also here. How serious is this threat?
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Posted on 28/09/2010 by matisak
Posted on 27/09/2010 by matisak
President of Iran is no stranger to controversy.
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Posted on 26/09/2010 by matisak
Posted on 25/09/2010 by matisak
Ed Miliband is a new leader of the Labour Party after the tight contest with his older brother, David.
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Posted on 10/09/2010 by matisak
Of course it is just a speculation. But the fact is America is not ready for a Muslim President.
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