# 97 - Walid re Genrikh Yagoda - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ChanahS
    • 20.02.07 | 20:00 (IST)

    I sent a reply earlier but it didn't get posted. You however have not missed another opportunity to "sneak in" the bit about "Jews who were running the Soviet secret Service." The fact that this person headed it was because he was a Bolshevik, and not because he was born Jewish. This also applies to other Jews who were involved. They did not do it as Jews or because they were Jewish, but in spite of being Jewish, therefore do not represent the Jews as a people in any way. This person led a very unJewish life, and was eventually executed for his real or perceived crimes and sins. I'm wander what this bit of "snuck in" information has to do with the topic under discussion.

    from the article: And supposing they did drink blood?
    First published 00:00 20.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.02.07
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