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  1. This is excellent! Please let there be a part two on the Jewish oligarchs of Ukraine, featuring the biggest, baddest, richest of all, the ‘Banderite -Zionist’ Ihor Kolomoisky…

    1. @krausen: if you’d given yr own comment the same thought that I gave my post & read the Hebrew report to which I linked, you’d realize a non citizen needs a visa to enter a country. After admission, he may apply for citizenship, which is what happened in the Borisov case. These are two separate procedures.

      1. @RS

        You said, “They were granted citizenship despite the fact that one of them isn’t Jewish,, “,

        Borisov’s citizenship application may be pending, but that’s not the same as being ‘granted citizenship’.

        You goofed.

        1. @ krausen: Can’t you read Hebrew? The article says their citizenship papers (both of them) took about a month to be finalized after the arrived. No one’s citizenship is pending. Both are now Israeli citizens.

  2. There must be many countries which can be bribed into sheltering criminals. Why Israel? What is special about Israel in these cases? Why can’t the US extradite him using the same technique, namely bribery? Hell, withhold some funds until they deliver this guy. I just don’t get it.???

  3. [comment deleted: gratuitous swipes at countries or peoples aren’t substantive. Make sure your comments have a real argument]

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