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    • JtC
    • 02.10.13 | 13:44 (IDT)

    Your arguments are all excellent ones, except for one teenie tiny problem - totally devoid of verifiable facts or logic of any kind. Opinions and facts are two very very different concepts - I feel I must point out the obvious, because as the saying goes: "common sense is not so common any more" Mr Israel has 200 plus Nukes - show us facts or be very very quiet. As for Dr R D James, you sound like a parrot, eschewing all the Anti-Israel and, yes, Anti-Semitic Abomination circulating out there, because you seem hell-bent on not letting facts interfere with your antisemitic disposition. Just a quick one: have you ever spent this much time and effort arguing against the Chinese occupation of Tibet, the British occupation of The Falklands Islands, Russian occupation of Chechnya, etc etc. Of course not. The answer? It's ok, we know the answer.

    from the article: What if Netanyahu gave a powerful speech on Iran - but no one really heard?
    First published 02:35 02.10.13 | Last updated 02:37 02.10.13
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