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    • Margie in Tel Aviv
    • 09.07.06 | 14:04 (IDT)

    That is an Israeli left-wing opinion and good luck to G Levy for having a job where he publishes statements like this one. I don't agree with him but I do agree with his right to express his opinion. This is part of the checks and balances of a democratic state. Now can you show me please where there are equivalent articles in Palestinian newspaper, criticising the government; analysing their errors? I don't think that we will find them and that's because the PA is a terrorist regime, terrorising its own citizens above all else. The regime is rife with errors that are obvious to all who look.

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    First published 00:00 09.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 09.07.06
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