Islandia jako pierwszy zachodnioeuropejski kraj uznaje Palestynę

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To teraz w odwecie syjoniści uznają Islandię za niezamieszkałą wyspę - ubi leones, ziemie niczyją :)
 

kr2y510

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Gdyby nie USA, UK i różne kraje Europy Izrael zostałby zaorany i zepchnięty do morza. Nawet dziś. Broni atomowej nie da się użyć na małą odległość a Arabów chętnych do rozwiązania "kwestii żydowskiej" jest dużo więcej.
 

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No ok. Turcja nie uznała rozbiorów Królestwa Polskiego i co z tego? Takie kurtuazje to można włożyć między bajki. Jak przedsiębiorcy z Islandii zaczną robić interesy z Palestyńczykami to coś da.
 

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Islandia w ogóle schodzi ostatnio na psy...

Iceland abolishes law which orders Basques to be killed on sight

Iceland has repealed a 400-year-old law which said Spaniards from the Basque Country should be killed as soon as they set foot in the Westfjords region
By Harriet Alexander
9:47AM BST 28 May 2015
Tourists from the Basque region in northern Spain can heave a sigh of relief: they can now visit Iceland without the threat of being killed on sight.

Icelandic authorities in the Westfjords region have repealed a law which orders the murder of any visitor from the Basque region.

The law, which applies only in Westfjords – a northern peninsula jutting out into the sea, and the most remote part of Iceland – dates back to 1615.

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Basques can celebrate that they should no longer be killed as soon as they set foot in the Westfjords region (ALAMY)

In that year Basque whalers ran aground in Strandir, in the far north of the Westfjords. The Westfjords sheriff at the time, Ari Magnusson, declared that any Basque people found in the Westfjords could be legally killed on the spot.

A total of 32 sailors were killed, with murders taking place over a wide swathe of the Westfjords.

The law has stood ever since – although it has not been enacted for centuries.

"The decision to do away with the decree was more symbolic than anything else," said Jonas Gudmundsson, Westfjords district commissioner, when he officially repealed the law at the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery last month.

Mr Gudmundsson announced the end of the licence to kill at the museum ceremony, culminating in a ceremony where Xabier Irujo, a descendant of one of the murdered Basque whale hunters, and Magnus Rafnsson, descendant of one of the murderers, performed a ceremonial reconciliation.

"We have laws, of course, and killing anyone — including Basques — is forbidden these days," said Mr Gudmundsson.

A taki ładny NAP mieli...
 
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