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1 Dr. Martin Sherman London, January 2007 Diplomatic Strategy for The Defence of Judeo-Christian Civilizational Values Great Britain

2 The war has started … between two civilizations - between the civilization based on the Bible and between the civilization based on the Koran. Prof. Moshe Sharon – Oct 13, 2006

3 Great Britain Identify Weaknesses of Adversary Devising a Diplomatic Strategic Offensive: The Basic Elements Focus on Internal Cleavages of Adversary Alienate Adversary’s Sources of Support Identify Allies

4 Great Britain Two Major Segments of Humanity under Grave Threat Intuitively Sensed not Expressly Articulated ► Womanhood - Gender Apartheid ► Christiandom - Religious Persecution Women are clearly the group likely to most drastically and adversely affected by the propagation of Islamist values.Women are clearly the group likely to most drastically and adversely affected by the propagation of Islamist values. Focus on the issue of the plight of women under Islamist values will help to raise public awareness to the grave menace such doctrine entails for half of humanity. Focus on the issue of the plight of women under Islamist values will help to raise public awareness to the grave menace such doctrine entails for half of humanity. Christians and Christianity are under savage assault across the Muslim World.Christians and Christianity are under savage assault across the Muslim World. Religious repression is the rule rather than the exception.Religious repression is the rule rather than the exception. In many countries, conversion to Christianity is a punishable offence that carries heavy penalties – including lengthy imprisonment and even deathIn many countries, conversion to Christianity is a punishable offence that carries heavy penalties – including lengthy imprisonment and even death

5 Great Britain B. Prescribing the Strategies B.1. The Conceptual Design B.2. The Practical Measures A. Defining the Issues A.1. Gender Apartheid A.2. Religious Persecution

6 Great Britain A. Defining the Issues A.1. Gender Apartheid A.2. Religious Persecution

7 Great Britain Transcend conventional political division Potential for harnessing considerable public support regardless of party affiliation. religious conservative secular liberal forcesProvide a rare opportunity where both religious conservative and secular liberal forces can combine efforts in promoting an issue which, for differing reasons, coincides with their opposing world views Gender Apartheid & Religious Persecution

8 Great Britain Gender Apartheid

9 Great Britain First, I would like to start with this account of a tragic event that took place in 2003 in the Palestinian territories. “Tonight you die, Rofayda.” She told the girl before wrapping the bag tightly around her head. Next Suad sliced Rofayda’s wrist, ignoring her muffled plea, “No, mother, no.” After her [indiscernible] went limp, Suad struck her in the head with a stick. The killing of her sixth-born child took 20 minutes, Suad tells a visitor through a stream of tears. “She killed me before I killed her,” said the 43-year-old mother of nine. I had to protect my children. That is the only way to protect my family’s honor.” Women in the Middle East: The Beacon of Change, October 10, 2006 Wafa Sultan: That is the only way to protect my family’s honor.”

10 Great Britain Arab development Self-doomed to failure Friday June 9th 2006

11 Great Britain ► knowledge The barrier to better Arab performance is not a lack of resources, concludes the report, but the lamentable shortage of three essentials: ► freedom ► womanpower Friday June 9th 2006

12 Great Britain The UNDP has a “gender-empowerment measure” which shows the Arabs near the bottom But the UN was able to measure only 14 of the 22 Arab states, since the necessary data were not available in the others. This, as the report says, speaks for itself, reflecting the general lack of concern in the region for women's desire to be allowed to get on. Friday June 9th 2006 The one thing that every outsider knows about the Arab world is that it does not treat its women as full citizens. The report sees this as an awful waste: how can a society prosper when it stifles half its productive potential? After all, even though women's literacy rates have trebled in the past 30 years, one in every two Arab women still can neither read nor write. Their participation in their countries' political and economic life is the lowest in the world …Governments and societies (and sometimes, as in Kuwait, societies and parliamentarians are more backward than their governments) vary in the degrees of bad treatment they mete out to women. But in nearly all Arab countries, women suffer from unequal citizenship and legal entitlements.

13 Great Britain Friday June 9th 2006

14 Great Britain The Advancement of Women as a Strategic Libertarian Initiative against Regimes Supportive of Terror Weaponizing Women

15 Great Britain The Advancement of Women as a Strategic Libertarian Initiative against Regimes Supportive of Terror Lines of Cleavage in Islamist Society Gender Apartheid – Soft Under-Belly of Islamist Society Use criteria of Political Correctness against Those who Hide behind them

16 Great Britain Effective Defensible Sustainable The Advancement of Women as a Strategic Initiative against Regimes Supportive of Terror

17 Great Britain Effective Higher Levels of Education Increased Income Per Capita Reduced Size of Families Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change Experience shows that advancement of women produces effects that run strongly counter to the factors which nourish fundamentalist extremism It would be difficult to imagine any other measure which would cut the ground from under the pillars of radical Muslim society more effectively than a dramatic upgrading of the status of women in Islamic countries.

18 Great Britain 'The Developed Peoples are Those Whose Women have High Status in Society‘… 'The Arab Man's Insistence Upon Controlling the Destiny and Body Of the Woman is an Attempt to Cling to Honor He Does Not Have' The roots of Arab Islamic backwardness are to be found.. in this view of the woman. … if we want to look for solutions, the Arab woman is the solution. The first step must be to eradicate the illiteracy that is so widespread among them … When the mother is educated and self-confident, and is an active and productive member of society, she can raise a generation that in its turn will also be educated, confident, and productive...If she is not, what can she give her children besides love? Nothing. We must recognize that motherly love alone is not enough to push society forward… In order to escape the dead end in which Arab and Islamic society [are now situated], there is a need to reconstruct these societies … it must be based on legislating full and absolute equality between men and women, in all areas of social, political, and economic life…the individual, and particularly the woman, must be placed at the center of Arab life, because ultimately she and only she is the solution "The Arab Man is the Problem, The [Arab] Woman Is the Solution," Salman Masalha, Israeli Arab author and poet, October 28, 2004

19 Great Britain Western nations have definite interest in undertaking a vigorous long-term campaign, designed to foment demands for women's emancipation in Muslim societies, to exert pressure for upgrading their status and for acquiring civil rights currently denied them. This will entail a huge effort in terms of funding, planning and execution of PR initiatives, propaganda offensives and psychological warfare stratagems. Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change An Islamic world, in which the status of women approached that of women in the West, would constitute an entirely different and probably less implacably hostile adversary than it does at present.

20 Imposing punitive measures against countries which flagrantly violate women's rights -- such as curtailing diplomatic privileges of the representatives of such nations. Radio Free LadyRadio Free Europe Continuously pounding public opinion within the Islamic world with themes stressing the need for, and the merits of, upgrading the status of Muslim women by means of media channels similar to those directed at the Soviet bloc during the Cold War; Radio Free Lady c.f. Radio Free Europe Massive financing of movements advocating women's rights in Muslim countries (perhaps even arming them to fend off attacks, which may not be long in coming); This would involve measures such as: Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change Great Britain

21 Defensible The Moslem World must be forced to acknowledge that lack of economic progress is inevitable if half the population is kept in state of unproductive suppression Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change Great Britain Gender relations: Income earned by women in labor markets could compromise male dominance Literate mothers, on the other hand, promote literacy in children and increase children’s future productiveness.women are denied economic opportunity so that relations of gender dominance not be compromised When social mobility is low, gender relations provide alternative benefits for males through polygamy and the extended family. Within the extended family, reluctance to permit participation of women in the labor market limits economic growth … If women were to work in a market economy, family income would increase. Per capita family income would also increase through incentives regarding fertility. Income earned by women in labor markets could compromise male dominance. If, also, girls are not destined for market income activity, there are disincentives for educating girls. Literate mothers, on the other hand, promote literacy in children and increase children’s future productiveness. A rent-seeking interpretation is that women are denied economic opportunity so that relations of gender dominance not be compromised. There are personal winners and losers in the gender-relation outcome. The social costs are expressed in reduced incomes and low economic growth. Arye L. Hillman, Economic Consequences of Supreme Values (forthcoming)

22 Sustainable This allows democratic governments to mount and maintain a sustained campaign over time. Difficult to conceive of any other “offensive strategy” which, on the one hand, would more effectively erode the foundations of fundamentalist fanaticism and induce a positive, moderating transformation in Islamic society; and which, on the other hand, conforms entirely to the moral tenets of liberal democracy. Dialectic of Government Support of NGO Activity and of NGO Activity Spurring Government Action Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change Great Britain

23 As in many other walks of life, the solution to the conflict with radical Islam may also be found in the well-known dictum: Cherchez la femme. Summary ► At Best – Positively Transform Regressive Terror Supportive Societies ► At Worst – Throw into then in to Disarray and Turmoil Promoting The Status of Women as a Strategy for Regime Change Strategic Initiative with Little Downside Great Britain

24 Religious Persecution

25 Great Britain Predominantly Conflict of Muslim vs. non-Muslim ► Up to 400,000 killed Reports suggest: ► Over 2 million displaced Darfur

26 Great Britain Stewardess 'banned from taking bible on plane' By Laura Clout 20/12/2006 "The importation and use of narcotics, alcohol, pork products and religious books, apart from the Koran, and artefacts are forbidden." An air stewardess is claiming religious discrimination against an airline which she says banned her from taking the Bible to Saudi Arabia. The stewardess has been told by BMI that it is against the law of the insular Middle Eastern country to bring in religious books other than the Koran. The woman, who is understood to be a committed Christian, takes her bible everywhere she goes and is now set to take the airline to an industrial tribunal claiming discrimination on religious grounds. Advertisement BMI, formerly British Midland Airways, said today it was merely following the Foreign Office advice that no non-Islamic materials or artefacts are allowed into the country. A spokesman from the airline said: "We issue advice to all our staff and passengers that these are the guidelines. "She is saying she wants to carry her bible with her. We are saying we can't start designing rules around individuals when we've got several hundred members of staff. To take every personal preference into account would be impossible. "On its web site the Foreign Office says of Saudi Arabia: "The importation and use of narcotics, alcohol, pork products and religious books, apart from the Koran, and artefacts are forbidden." BMI said it offered the stewardess the opportunity to transfer from long-haul duties to short-haul, but she refused. The case follows that of British Airways worker Nadia Eweida, also committed Christian, whose objection to BA rules which forbade her visibly wearing a cross led to a review by BA of its uniform policy. "On its web site the Foreign Office says of Saudi Arabia: "The importation and use of narcotics, alcohol, pork products and religious books, apart from the Koran … are forbidden."

27 Great Britain The Christian population declined 29 percent in the West Bank and 20 percent in the Gaza Strip from 1997 to By contrast, in the period 1995–2003, Israel’s Arab Christian population grew 14.1 percent (CAMERA, December 24, 2004 ). "Do whatever you want, you and your family in your home, worship whatever you want, but there has not been, or will be a church [in the kingdom].” Prince Sultan of Saudi Arabia

28 Great Britain Bethlehem Christians under Bethlehem Christians under Palestinian Authority Palestinian Authority ► The Christian population was reduced from a 60% majority in 1990 to a 20% minority in 2001 (23,000) ► 1,640 Christians fled Bethlehem between Oct and Nov ► More Beit Jala Christians reside in Belize (Central America) than are left in Beit Jalah itself. ► Before 1995, Bethlehem had a majority-Christian municipal council. After the PA take- over, Arafat replaced the municipal council with a predominately Muslim council. 51.2% of Christians in Beit Sahour are considering emigration ► 2001 poll: 45% of Palestinian Christians in Bethlehem expressed growing fears of tensions between Christians and Muslims ► Mosques in Bethlehem: mosques; mosques

29 Great Britain Tensions darken festive mood in Bethlehem Tensions darken festive mood in Bethlehem CHRISTOPHER WALKER IN BETHLEHEM - 22 DEC 1997 Alleged intimidation by Muslims has made many Christians reluctant to celebrate the birth of Jesus in public, writes Christopher Walker in Bethlehem. LIFE in Bethlehem has become insufferable for many members of the dwindling Christian minority. Increasing Muslim- Christian tensions have left some Christians reluctant to celebrate Christmas in the town at the heart of the story of Christ's birth. "I do not dare to go out on Christmas Eve any more. The Muslim boys call me and the other Christian girls whores. They spit at us, try to force us to wear headscarves and in the (Islamic) fasting month of Ramadan that begins in a few days, the Palestinian police even arrest us for smoking or eating on the streets," said Lina Atallah, receptionist at the Salesian Convent and Church on a street scarred with intifada slogans. Bethlehem's Christians, for the past two years ruled by the Muslim-dominated Palestinian Authority, have seen their numbers reduced by emigration, and now make up less than a third of the 39,000 population, compared with 80 per cent during the British Mandate which ended in In the so-called Greater Bethlehem, which had only five mosques in 1970, there are now 72. Manger Square, the area in front of the Church of the Nativity, is packed with Muslim worshippers every Friday because there is no longer enough room for all of them to pray inside the imposing Mosque of Omar. When Diana Saman was a child in the 1950s, homes in her street only 300 yards from the square, the focus of worldwide televised Christmas celebrations on December 24, were bedecked with colourful lights and carol singers went from door to door. Today, most of her neighbours are Muslims, and when lights are hung outside they herald the start of Ramadan. Like many Bethlehem Christians, Mrs Saman, 42, no longer celebrates Christmas in public. "It does not feel like Christmas. I would rather stay home," she said. Her sentiments were echoed by Ranna Najjar, another Christian housewife in the West Bank town where the Muslim birthrate far outstrips that of the Christians. "The city is not ours anymore. We gave up the city," she said. Ms Atallah, 28, regrets returning from Texas to Bethlehem after the 1993 peace treaty which ended 27 years of Israeli military rule there. "The Muslims want to get rid of us. They want us to live like them. The Jews put up roadblocks and stop us even going to the holy places in Jerusalem without a special permit," she said. "Life for the Christians in Bethlehem is like being in a cage." In Beit Sahur, an Arab village at the centre of the Christmas story, being the spot where the Angel visited shepherds to tell them of Christ's birth, Muslim-Christian tensions are even greater. In August, a mob of 200 Christians stormed the local police station manned by Palestinian Authority police after an Islamic militant attempted to enforce his strict dress code on a young Christian woman in a low-necked top. Seven people were injured in the ensuing fracas. "Muslims in the city are fundamentalists," said one of the Christians involved in that protest. Christian anxiety was reinforced last Christmas when one Bethlehem Muslim prayer leader attacked Christian beliefs over the mosque loudspeakers. "Jesus is not the Son of God, he is an ordinary man. All the deeds that the Christians talk about are deeds of deception." A report published two months ago by the Israeli Prime Minister's Office concluded that Christians are exposed to unceasing persecution under thePalestinian Authority. "Cemeteries have been destroyed, monasteries broken into, and their telephone lines disconnected," the report says. Dr George Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said after a visit to the Holy Land in 1993: "My fear is that in 15 years, Jerusalem, Bethlehem - once centres of a strong Christian presence - might become a kind of Walt Disney Christian theme park." His vision of the birthplace of the Christian religion becoming a place where outsiders tend the shrines for the sake of visiting pilgrims only is becoming more a reality with each celebration of Christ's birth. Alleged intimidation by Muslims has made many Christians reluctant to celebrate the birth of Jesus in public, writes Christopher Walker in Bethlehem. report says. Dr George Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said after a visit to the Holy Land in 1993: "My fear is that in 15 years, Jerusalem, Bethlehem - once centres of a strong Christian presence - might become a kind of Walt Disney Christian theme park." His vision of the birthplace of the Christian religion becoming a place where outsiders tend the shrines for the sake of visiting pilgrims only is becoming more a reality with each celebration of Christ's birth. LIFE in Bethlehem has become insufferable for many members of the dwindling Christian minority. Increasing Muslim- Christian tensions have left some Christians reluctant to celebrate Christmas in the town at the heart of the story of Christ's birth. "I do not dare to go out on Christmas Eve any more. The Muslim boys call me and the other Christian girls whores. They spit at us, try to force us to wear headscarves and in the (Islamic) fasting month of Ramadan that begins in a few days, the Palestinian police even arrest us for smoking or eating on the streets," said Lina Atallah, receptionist at the Salesian Convent and Church on a street scarred with intifada slogans. Bethlehem's Christians, for the past two years ruled by the Muslim-dominated Palestinian Authority, have seen their numbers reduced by emigration, and now make up less than a third of the 39,000 population, compared with 80 per cent during the British Mandate which ended in In the so-called Greater Bethlehem, which had only five mosques in 1970, there are now 72. Manger Square, the area in front of the Church of the Nativity, is packed with Muslim worshippers every Friday because there is no longer enough room for all of them to pray inside the imposing Mosque of Omar. When Diana Saman was a child in the 1950s, homes in her street only 300 yards from the square, the focus of worldwide televised Christmas celebrations on December 24, were bedecked with colourful lights and carol singers went from door to door. Today, most of her neighbours are Muslims, and when lights are hung outside they herald the start of Ramadan. Like many Bethlehem Christians, Mrs Saman, 42, no longer celebrates Christmas in public. "It does not feel like Christmas. I would rather stay home," she said. Her sentiments were echoed by Ranna Najjar, another Christian housewife in the West Bank town where the Muslim birthrate far outstrips that of the Christians. "The city is not ours anymore. We gave up the city," she said. Ms Atallah, 28, regrets returning from Texas to Bethlehem after the 1993 peace treaty which ended 27 years of Israeli military rule there. "The Muslims want to get rid of us. They want us to live like them. The Jews put up roadblocks and stop us even going to the holy places in Jerusalem without a special permit," she said. "Life for the Christians in Bethlehem is like being in a cage." In Beit Sahur, an Arab village at the centre of the Christmas story, being the spot where the Angel visited shepherds to tell them of Christ's birth, Muslim-Christian tensions are even greater. In August, a mob of 200 Christians stormed the local police station manned by Palestinian Authority police after an Islamic militant attempted to enforce his strict dress code on a young Christian woman in a low-necked top. Seven people were injured in the ensuing fracas. "Muslims in the city are fundamentalists," said one of the Christians involved in that protest. Christian anxiety was reinforced last Christmas when one Bethlehem Muslim prayer leader attacked Christian beliefs over the mosque loudspeakers. "Jesus is not the Son of God, he is an ordinary man. All the deeds that the Christians talk about are deeds of deception." A report published two months ago by the Israeli Prime Minister's Office concluded that Christians are exposed to unceasing persecution under thePalestinian Authority. "Cemeteries have been destroyed, monasteries broken into, and their telephone lines disconnected," the report says. Dr George Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said after a visit to the Holy Land in 1993: "My fear is that in 15 years, Jerusalem, Bethlehem - once centres of a strong Christian presence - might become a kind of Walt Disney Christian theme park." His vision of the birthplace of the Christian religion becoming a place where outsiders tend the shrines for the sake of visiting pilgrims only is becoming more a reality with each celebration of Christ's birth. LIFE in Bethlehem has become insufferable for many members of the dwindling Christian minority. Increasing Muslim-Christian tensions have left some Christians reluctant to celebrate Christmas in the town at the heart of the story of Christ's birth. "I do not dare to go out on Christmas Eve any more. The Muslim boys call me and the other Christian girls whores. They spit at us, try to force us to wear headscarves and in the (Islamic) fasting month of Ramadan that begins in a few days, the Palestinian police even arrest us for smoking or eating on the streets," Dr George Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said after a visit to the Holy Land in 1993: "My fear is that in 15 years,, Bethlehem - once [a] centre…of a strong Christian presence - might become a kind of Walt Disney Christian theme park." His vision of the birthplace of the Christian religion becoming a place where outsiders tend the shrines for the sake of visiting pilgrims only is becoming more a reality with each celebration of Christ's birth.

30 Great Britain Egypt – Persecution : Disappearing Christians of the Middle East Egypt's Copts are an endangered minority dwindling convert to Islam every year to escape persecution marginalized and alienated in their own country by Imad Boles Egypt's Copts are an endangered minority. Exposed to continuous and subtle pressures, their numbers are dwindling. Thousands have emigrated; no official figures are available as to their numbers in the diaspora today, but reliable sources count two million living in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, and other countries of Europe. Thousands of those who are left behind convert to Islam every year to escape persecution; for example, between 1988 and 1990, 50,000 Coptic university graduates did so. Those who stay faithful to their religion in Egypt find themselves increasingly marginalized and alienated in their own country. WINTER 2001 VOLUME VIII: NUMBER 1

31 Great Britain Hindus in Pakistan Great Britain Hindus in Pakistan The Fate of Non-Moslems under Islam Hindus in Bangladesh cf Muslims in India

32 Great Britain Hindus in Pakistan Great Britain The Fate of Non-Moslems under Islam Buddhism in Afghanistan

33 Great Britain Portrayal of Jew In Nazi GermanyIn the Arab World Today

34 Great Britain Violence also occurs between Muslims, on the one hand, and Orthodox Serbs in the Balkans, Jews in Israel, Hindus in India, Buddhists in Burma and Catholics in the Philippines… Islam has bloody borders. Samuel Huntington – Clash of Civilizations, Foreign Affairs Summer 1993

35 Great Britain B. Prescribing the Strategies B.1. The Conceptual Design B.2. The Practical Measures

36 Great Britain Avenues of Practical Action ► Public Diplomacy – Civil Society Activism ► Official Diplomacy – Legislation & Government Policy

37 Great Britain The Conceptual Design

38 Great Britain Tolerance of Intolerance ►Self Obstructive ►Self Destructive “Tolerance should not be tolerant of intolerance, or it sows the seeds of its own destruction.”

39 Great Britain British-born Muslim Omar Brooks, an extremist also known as Abu Izzadeen : Prophet Mohammed's message to nonbelievers is: "I come to slaughter all of you …."We are the Muslims…We drink the blood of the enemy, and we can face them anywhere. That is Islam and that is jihad." Multi culturalism or…. Anti culturalism?? Respect or Repudiation of cultural diversity??

40 Great Britain I confront the European elite's self- image as tolerant, while under their noses women are living like slaves. AyaanHirsi Ali : Ayaan Hirsi Ali :

41 Great Britain Be Considered Any Less Heinous or Be Met with Any Less Vigour than Discrimination and Persecution on the Basis of ► Race ► Ethnic Origin? ? Why Should Discrimination and Persecution on the Basis of ►Gender ► Faith

42 Great Britain The Practical Measures

43 Great Britain Canvassing politicians and policy makersCanvassing politicians and policy makers (including face to face meetings with them) to explain to them the iniquities of gender apartheid and religious persecution that prevail today in the Islamic world. Organizing demonstrationsOrganizing demonstrations and other protest actions decrying the injustices of discrimination on the basis gender or faith Initiating mass letter campaigns Initiating mass letter campaigns to both to politicians and major media organizations calling public attention to the injustices perpetrated against women and adherents of Judeo-Christian beliefs. Establishing contacts with major mediaEstablishing contacts with major media personalities and the conveying to them of factually accurate material on the grim realities in the Islamic world - in particular with regard to the repression of women and non-Moslem believers Public Diplomacy: Civil Society Activism “To Do List”

44 Great Britain Disseminating truthful accounts and reliable dataDisseminating truthful accounts and reliable data on religious and gender persecution in across the Moslem world via internet, mailing lists or and other available communication vehicles. Setting up pro-active monitoring facilitiesSetting up pro-active monitoring facilities to document and disseminate information on gender and religious discrimination, repression and persecution Monitoring academic organizations and researchMonitoring academic organizations and research institutes that tend to understate, conceal, disguise or distort the cruel realities which women and non- Moslems are exposed to Engaging educators, heads of teachers' organization, school principalsEngaging educators, heads of teachers' organization, school principals etc. to inform and educate on the true fate of the victims of gender and religious persecution in the Islamic world. Public Diplomacy: Civil Society Activism “To Do List” (cont)

45 Great Britain Domestic Sanctions Official Diplomacy - Legislation & Government Policy Three Prong Offensive “Carrot and Stick” Legislation Finance Allocating resources for overt and covert funding: Activities of organizations for advancement of Muslim women Defence of activists and organizations Propagation of information and ideas supportive of advancement of Muslim women - Radio Free Lady c.f. Radio Free Europe Punitive Measures against Representatives of Regimes that Implement or Tolerate Repressive Measures against Women and Religious Minorities “Goodies” in Exchange for Good Behaviour – Jackson-Vanik Type Initiative

46 Great Britain "All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke

47 Great Britain אם תרצו - אין זו אגדה La Victoire, elle comme Dieu… Si on y croit, elle existe We Will Overcome

48 Great Britain Thank You for Your Attention


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