#206. To David Teich (Part 1) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Deborah
    • 29.08.06 | 22:18 (IDT)

    You are so full of hatred that one day it will consume you. I at no point declared any support for any terrorists who target Israel so let?s first get that straight. If I hated Israel why would I care if it was destroyed by its own actions or if it became morally bankrupt? Defending Israel is of course a right but there is no justification for the wanton killing of hundreds of innocent people, just as there is no justification for terrorists killing Israeli civilians. Two wrongs don?t make a right and such actions do nothing to protect Israel. Have I at any time said that it?s ok for other countries to hate Israel or to wage war against her? No, I have not, so who are you to make such an assumption? Terrorism is vile whoever the perpetrator is. Netanyahu has already done all the WWII comparisons and it?s grown tired? What happened 60+ years ago does not excuse what happens today. Humanity should be moving forwards not backwards.

    from the article: British director Ken Loach backs Palestinian call for boycott on Israel
    First published 00:00 27.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.08.06
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