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    • Nicolas from Paris
    • 10.11.07 | 02:33 (IST)

    I understand that U feel angry and disappointed by Israel's policy about Turkey and the armenian genocide. Nevertheless U shouldn't deny the Shoah.Because U are not ignorant,and U are not a State making choices : U are an informed individual.U should know that many Jews recognize the Armenian genocide.More than that,many American Jews are supporting the acknowledgment of the Armenian genocide by the USA (I guess you've read about this not so long ago).As for Israel,even if you are angry and disappointed, U should not ignore that Israel is in a struggle for its own existence,and that it needs very much powerfull allies (such as Turkey) in the Middle-East ; Armenia, even in conflict in the Karabach,is not in such a situation. Of course, that doesn't justify Israel's choice from a moral point of view. But note that if Israel could live in security and peace, it would surely recognize the Armenian genocide. And I hope one day it will do.

    from the article: Spanish court rules out jail sentences for Holocaust denial
    First published 00:00 09.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 09.11.07
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