Ever hear of Palestinians charging their own with war crimes? Who's the real clown here? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Brian Cohen
    • 09.05.10 | 10:29 (IDT)

    Gideon Levy again picks and chooses to suit his own personal grudges, ignoring again the concept of universal human rights. Did we ever read Gideon Levy commenting that Palestinians never prosecute their own for the murder of Israeli civilians. Oh please, of course he doesn't want to let readers know about that. Or about how Palestinians who slaughter Israeli civilians are treated as heroes and the families of suicide bombers are paid reward money. Who is the real clown? Why it certainly looks like Gideon Levy is all dressed up to fool ha'aretz readers into thinking he's some great "human rights" advocate. He's not. He's a clown. Ha'aretz - please get his offensive ravings out of your newspaper. Give him early retirement, fire him, or just pay him to stay home and spare us his abusive, biased and one-sided anti-Israel ravings.

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    First published 01:08 09.05.10 | Last updated 01:08 09.05.10
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