Arab Blood Libel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bobby G
    • 15.02.10 | 17:18 (IST)

    All you liberals fall for the Arab cries of "starvation". The basis of Arab PR is sympathy and scoring points. Truth is far down on the list, and all the morons keep falling for it. Question, if there's such a human tragedy and suffering in Gaza (BS), why is Egypt not jumping to the rescue with containers of food and supplies (they share a border)?? Because they know the lies of their **Brothers** in Gaza. Total Hamas manipulation, and all you Liberals fall for it. For that matter, how many Arab Stares lifted a finger for the REAL suffering in Haiti (ZERO???). Finally, why is it Israel's responsibility to feed an enemy bent on its destruction. If they are really starving, they'd get rid of Hamas finally and create a better life. Obviously, it is all a blood libel, concocted BS. Doesn't seem like too many malnourished Gazans.

    from the article: U.S. congressman: U.S. should break Israel`s blockade of Gaza
    First published 08:36 15.02.10 | Last updated 08:50 15.02.10
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