Critics of Jewish "racism" singled out Haaretz for giving special coverage to the Jewish child killed at Newtown - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • bronxite10
    • 20.01.13 | 18:51 (IST)

    Of course that Camoron mentioned the seven Britons killed in Algeria will not strike those critics as "racism". The reason is that at their core, those critics hate any special concern for Jews by Jews, or special concern for Jews by anyone whether Jew or nonJew, or for that matter, any concern for Jews at all, whether special or not. Their support of Palastinains induces (or, if you will, licenses) their independently exisitng desire to dehumanize Jews disregard Jews as a people or concerns of Jews. To some, undoubtedly, it is that independently existing desire to dehmanize Jews that induces them to be interested in Palastinains in the first place. These chauvinists, many of whom are Arab, are every bit to blame for the lack of a two state solution as the Israeli right.

    from the article: 25 bodies discovered at besieged Algeria gas plant as de-miners scour for traps
    First published 13:57 20.01.13 | Last updated 13:57 20.01.13
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