#2, #3: again, reverse causality - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Paul Freedman
    • 01.10.07 | 15:29 (IST)

    Clickfool, once again these dispatches from nowheres reverse the natural order of causality. The nations of the world, having enabled the Holocaust that put three of every five Jews into the ground, and enabling, with your enthusiastic cheerleading, Islamist fascism and the next holocaust aborning, have nothing to forget since their crimes against Zion are considered of no weight by the nations. Zion, however, has everything to remember, and thus the support for deterrent and proactive, shoud it come to that, unsheathing of Zion's sword, against those who would exterminate Israel. It remains a shame that the English site for Haartez attracts reflexive Israel-baiters, who, given their inability to comprehend Hebrew, are segregated here, sparing Hebrew readers this ongoing and sad phenomena. Israel, it should be apparent, is ultimately not whining or moaning about the Islamist Naziis who are preparing to use as yet incomplete nuclear weaponry against Zion, It is, however, prepared.

    from the article: Poll: 72% of Israelis back use of nuclear arms in certain circumstances
    First published 00:00 01.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.10.07
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