Deporting children who love Israel?a shas theology? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ZORRO
    • 14.10.09 | 15:01 (IST)

    I did read every comment. The results are self explanatory, you decide: Primitive,religious uneducated, bigot,fundamentalist,Minister of racism,Yishai/Benizri-one of a kind,shas xenophobia,ugliest, inhuman, despicable,hypocritical,racist, racial purity; and they ALL belong to shas, it's boss Yishai.Just shows what they do to the state of Israel in the name of religion. -Departing shas would preserve Israel's dignity. -This Govt. will destroy your country. A smart minister (yet to be found)would suggest that instead of creating this uproar," lets keep the 1200 kids,reduce by the same # the quantity of new workers,reduce by the same # Israelis from the unemployment,and cut off their stipend if they refuse the work offered. I know they are not all con- artists, but.....

    from the article: Yishai: Deporting foreign children preserves Israel's Jewish identity
    First published 02:38 14.10.09 | Last updated 04:07 14.10.09
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