Israel planning to buy 13 Greek Islands [HOAX]

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posted on May, 3 2010 @ 10:55 AM
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Posted by Kevin Johnson on March 28th, 2010

While Greece is struggling with its financial crisis, this can soon become a new turning point for the middle east. The never ending problem between Jews and Palestinians will only be in the pages of the history.

Europe’s spoilt boy has found a great way to stabilize its economy and help a major international and humanitarian problem to be solved. While the EU has agreed to help Greece with its debt, a new opportunity has emerged from the middle east. Israel is deeply interested in buying unoccupied Greek Islands to re-settle Palestinians (from Gaza Strip).

Sources claim that Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liebermann has already made a deal with both Greece and EU on buying “a few” unoccupied Greek Islands. The negotiations had been underway for a while and kept secret from the public. Israeli government is planing to buy 13 islands and pay around 12 billion Euros in exchange. This will be funded from selling new property in Israel and decreasing military expenses. The deportation of the Palestinians and re-settlement procedure will be announced as soon as all parties sign on the agreement. Israel keeps the names of the subject islands secret until any agreement is done.

Palestinian officials said that they are not aware of such a plan, however, they could consider such an offer if all the costs are covered by Israel. They also stated that the new settlement should be acknowledged as the new state of Palestine and be a part of the EU.

Last month’s assasination took place in Dubai is also said to be part of the deal between EU and Israel.

According to the sources, Franco Frattini, the vice president of the European Commission is heading the negotiations in the EU side and sees this as a big opportunity to end violance in Gaza.


gpexaminer.com



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posted on May, 3 2010 @ 10:59 AM
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Well, if the Palestinians are okay with it, that would be a great idea. On the other hand, if they have to relocate them by force, it would only make a bad situation worse. However, them joining the EU at this stage might be sort of like giving them riverfront property, knowing that upstream a dam is going to break.



posted on May, 3 2010 @ 11:01 AM
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As per the websites about page:

"Articles posted on this website contains ficticious content. The aim of gpexaminer.com is to take people’s attentions on serious issues using exeggerations and possible scenarios"

Etc, etc...

Looks like you've been punkd on this one
They can't even spell properly...



posted on May, 3 2010 @ 11:03 AM
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nice.....

thanks for pointing that out..

just added HOAX to the title



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posted on May, 3 2010 @ 09:48 PM
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And THAT is one of the reasons why the internet sucks. It tries to be the information highway, but then crap like this comes along, the digital equivalent of potholes. A**holes!!!





 
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