China, where Disney manufactures its toys, is OK though - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • S. Michael
    • 16.07.12 | 19:47 (IDT)

    That avatar of human rights, China, where Tibetans are free to practice their religion, civil rights lawyers are free to defend those victimized by the state, where artists who create works critical of the state are free to sell them, where the population can surf the internet and blog to its heart's delight, and where the Tienaman Square massacre is commemorated each year with a national day of mourning, is OK. Otherwise why else would she take profits form a country so often falsely accused of making children work in slave labor conditions and of torturing political dissidents and their families so that they run to the American Embassy for asylum. Good to know Ms. Disney only boycotts Israel because it is the only unjust country in the world. That proves she is not a Jew hater.

    from the article: Disney family member renounces her investments in Israel's Ahava Cosmetics
    First published 17:15 16.07.12 | Last updated 17:15 16.07.12
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