56. Mark Lincoln: two were Christians - so what? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Kim. UP THE WALL
    • 05.03.06 | 01:18 (IST)

    A reminder: two of the people involved in the attack in the Christian church were CHRISTIANS." - Kim UP the wall M. Lincoln: *This had nothing to do with `religion` Kim. Didn`t you read their explanation?* Yes, I did read the man?s explanation. What I was commenting is what the *Israeli* Arab leaders say. And I say it is strange and bears second intentions that they omit that two of the nuts were CHRISTIANS attacking their own church, and accuse Israel for the incident because, out of the three people involved, ONE was a JEW. And it strikes me as strange that those Arabs blame ISRAEL So they are not Israel, as they put it. ""I have nothing against Christians or Muslims, I didn`t do anything... I didn`t hurt anyone. All I want is my three children that were cruelly taken from me by the state." - Haim Habibi ""We had no choice, we wanted our baby back. We`re not against anyone, we`ve never committed a crime or an injustice. We are in serious distress and I hope we will be forgiven." - Violet Habibi I feel sorry for the man and the two women. They have to be punished, though, because they did something wrong. But what about the riots and the Arabs? declarations? And on top of this, Hamas interfering in another country?s affairs to defend the Christians. Isn?t it funny?

    from the article: Israeli Arab leaders blame gov't for Nazareth church attack
    First published 00:00 03.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 03.03.06
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