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Günter Grass's Israel Poem Provokes Outrage

Posted at 8:07AM Friday 06 Apr 2012

Germany's most celebrated writer's lyrical warning of a looming Israeli aggression against Iran triggers international row

Guardian

BBC: Guenter Grass barred from entering Israel




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