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"هذا المقطع مضاف عن طريق احد متصفحي الموقع وليس عن طريق ادارة الموقع" ,, وعليه لا تتحمل فيديو كل يوم أيّة مسؤوليّة عن المواد الّتي يتم عرضها و/أو نشرها في الموقع ويتحمل المستخدمون بالتالي كامل المسؤولية عن اضافاتهم التي تخالف القوانين أو تنتهك حقوق الملكيّة أو حقوق الآخرين أو أي طرف آخر

South Africa - Poor Whites/Rich Blacks


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Is there a future for White Afrikaners? - BBC Our World

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