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    • iletzter
    • 14.08.07 | 15:21 (IDT)

    It is very enlightening to read the various comments of your readers in Haaretz. However it is incredulous that the jewish nation after going so many clamaties and catastrophes in the last decades and before , anyone who is a bit coginizant of Jewish history should have the capabilities of displaying such virulent anti semitic and hate messages geared toward his fellow brothers. Now if the name of thes people are Ahmad or Adolph , it would be justified but with names like Yonatan and Moishe ??? It is just unbelievable . Every one has a right the living his life as he feels right as long he doesn't encroach or abuse the other person. Jewish and religous coercion isn't a legitimate right in democratic Israel. Abusing someone else because of his beliefs , however is not acceptable. The downfall of the Jews was "Self hate" and disputes within the nation. this destroyed the temple. This brought catastrophes on the nation. Religous freedom should be used to respect and toleration of others

    from the article: Ultra-Orthodox Jews deliver a population boom to the West Bank
    First published 00:00 14.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.08.07
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