#6 - Mark Lincoln - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yitz
    • 11.10.09 | 07:50 (IST)

    Mark usually backs up his statements with lots of relatively indisputable facts. One might argue with his conclusions, but his stated facts are fairly on target. Unfortunately in his above post Mark is quite lean on facts and full of overly broad generalizations as well as unsupported opinion. This is especially true of his second to last sentence in which he states that Israel is more of a threat to world peace than any other country. Well, maybe Mark really thinks this, but those whose job it is to place boots on the ground, pilots in the air and warships at sea (at least of the most powerful armies in world) don't seem to feel the urgent need to amass armadas around Israel as they do in other theaters. I guess they have other worries that are more pressing! So much for Israel being the "primary threat to world peace."

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    First published 01:16 11.10.09 | Last updated 16:36 11.10.09
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