In an interview with the BBC, Emmanuel Nahshon also defends Israel's refusal to grant migrants asylum because it would bring in more asylum seekers.15:21 06.02.16 | 0 comments
While a few and only a few points have a semblance of truth. Your article is somewhat an opinion piece under the guise of intellectual debate. However, I can see how pseudo intellectuals would come to such biased conclusions. As momentum against Israel builds over the many decades, you can see how in its defense it has taken on aspects of its enemy as it looks it in the face like a mirror. And true, when one defends oneself sometimes you lose sight of your identity. In doing this, Judaism is tarnished though your intent maybe honorable and certainly more so than say Islam in my opinion. My question to you and your readers, given the atrocious harsh nature of Islam and its horrible human rights violations all over the world and its laws enforceable by death and its despicable version of apartheid. How is it that the world has not mobilized the kind of systematic orchestrated campaign against Islam’s criminal policies? Until I see them taken to task on human rights, freedom of expression, religious freedom, political expression and the right to walk on Islamic soil, though I'm not of the party of Mohammad. Well, frankly I can only think this bias sinister. All of which make international bodies such as the UN seem a farce given they’re signatories to its charter. Perhaps you need to balance your intellectual debate with some spiritual moral fiber? Otherwise you come off a little lopsided, given in the west that is what every member of the party of Mohammad is granted under law. I don't expect that my post will grace your pages given that you’re partial to censure yourself. As a publisher your history shows you to be on occasion hypocritical. Should I need evidence to furnish my argument, I would only need to delve into your staff histories.