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    • David Teich
    • 09.10.06 | 16:35 (IST)

    Ask a neighbor to help you with reading comprehension. What I said was that protecting farmers should be a top priority of the IDF and the monitors were doing a good job. The fact the subject line was "One of the few things the Left does right" should have been the first clue. Second, a helper can show you how I never said there shouldn't be monitors. I said that claiming the simple existence of the checkpoints is what's wrong is a lie. As for BS "existentialist threats" to the Pals. Here's a simple test for you: 1) What was the Pal population in '48 (ignoring that they didn't call themselves Pals until '65)? 2) What's their population today? The continued growth of their population plainly puts your charge as an anti-semitic lie.

    from the article: IDF aims to keep out 'escorts' of Palestinian farmers during harvest
    First published 00:00 09.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 09.10.06
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