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Venerdì, 19 novembre 2004

PADOVA - My students at the university of Padua wanted to see something that I told them. It is about my visit to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, last week. It happened that I saw people in the Arab area of Jerusalem that attached an Arafat's picture mourning his death a couple of hours before it was officially said he was dead. It was clearly a social network being faster than traditional media. Here is a photo. This guy had just attached the photo. Maybe he knew before because he is into the Internet?

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