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My column last week, urging Ireland to stand with the Palestinians, drew such a huge and often angry response that I re-read my history.

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We are washing our hands of the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians

My column last week, urging Ireland to stand with the Palestinians, drew such a huge and often angry response that I re-read my history.

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