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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 03.05.05 | 22:08 (IDT)

    Fellow readers, again take note: the latest posting from Alex first proclaims that no Jew can be an anti-zionist ( I don't think Alex would quibble over semantics with the term non-Zionist). Either we are religious fanatics(!? that's rich, isnt it?)or fringe leftists. Then, he pontificates that the absolute majority of jews view non- or anti-zionists as anti-semites. Then comes the punch below the belt, that eventually all these dedicated "good" Jews and zionists come to: "Of course, for someone on this board, who has recently joined our people but now has second thoughts this may seem understandable". Wonder whom alex might be referring to and where he got his information? A legitimate source do you think? Notice, his tactic- (and believe me I have gone through this before- you know, my surname, my friendship with non-Jewish religious,etc.) attack the other with specious, unsubstantiated claims that are irrelevant but serve to undermine, to spread rumour. Respond not on the basis of content when presented with fact or well reasoned argument. Better to malign, insinuate or engender doubt, calling ones identity into account. Please, take it for what it is worth but realize what they are trying to do. They will stop at no amount of misinformation or misrepresentation.

    from the article: Boycott Ariel college
    First published 00:00 03.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 03.05.05
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