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    • Moshe
    • 24.07.05 | 16:41 (IDT)

    Johanes claims that Israeli police beat up Arabs and leftist, but treat rightists with kid gloves. This is pure bunk. Rightists are beat up regularly. Just 2 weeks ago, many were beaten in Gaza. Gideon Levy never bothered to report that even in the case Kfar Maimon, Negev Police commander Shacham was recorded telling Border Guard officers to beat the anti-disengagement protestors in Kfar Maimon with clubs in the "lower part of their bodies;" cursing what he called "these hareidim;" and saying, "let them burn." (Of course, this was reported by Arutz Sheva, http://www.israelnationalnews.com/news.php3?id=86391, not Haaretz, which regularly reports news with a leftist slant.)

    from the article: Civics lesson at Kfar Maimon
    First published 00:00 24.07.05 | Last updated 00:00 24.07.05
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