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This 22 July of death in Gaza, due to Zionist nazism, is also the anniversary of two massacres apparently distant in time: that by the “Christian” xenophobe Anders Breivik in Oslo and Utøya on July 22, 2011, and that of the Béziers Cathars on July 22, 1209. Both are products of the same culture, of the same intolerance, of the same religious fanatism, of the same history. Nothing comes from the moon. We want to remember them together in this black day.
Riccardo Venturi, 2014/7/22 - 21:55

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