PM vows to pursue relevant legislation after three Israeli Arab MKs visit Jerusalem terrorists' families and observe moment of silence in their honor; 'imagine if this happened in the U.K. Parliament or U.S. Congress,' Netanyahu says.14:13 07.02.16 | 0 comments
regret, but your answer is so contorted as to be almost un-answerable. I'll try anyway, as follows: First, The Economist did NOT "overcome prejudice". The magazine is perhaps the most un-prejudiced paper in the world. Every article presents, in detail, all sides of arguments, concluding with the best possible view. It is a tradition of more than hundred years. Furthermore, they rarely agree with Israel. To bigotts they appear as antisemites. YOU'D LOVE THEM IF THERE WAS NOT THIS ARTICLE ON GOLDSTONE! Second, the respected Goldstone findings are NOT "facts"!! They are mostly stories he heard, and that is just that - one-sided TALES. Finally, I presented only a small part of the two articles on Goldstone's unfortunate undertaking for a bigott of a UN boss.