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    • Willibald Feinig
    • 29.12.09 | 18:00 (IST)

    What you write is a serious insult to the memory of Mrs. Rosa Park, and Martin L. King and so many others - and a distortion of history which cannot not remain unanswered. I'm ashamed such comments are published by Ha'aretz. Rosa Park and so many black people with her never denied the rights of others, be they white or whatever. She did not take the land of others,nor their bus places nor their olive plantations, nor water nor any other thing. There is no point of comparison between the usurpation you want to continue without shame, and the courage of the poor black from Alabama which led to the end of segregation. Shuvu shuvu midarcheichem hara'im! u lamah tamutu beit israel? Willibald Feinig (Austria)

    from the article: Comment / Settlement freeze is like racial segregation in U.S.
    First published 01:46 29.12.09 | Last updated 11:23 29.12.09
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