FM Livni should first look at her hump - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joseph E .
    • 19.10.07 | 11:41 (IST)

    FM Livni appears morally correct to condemns antisemitism , But by the same antisemitism token , known is that antisemites attack the jews by undermining the Jewish State , they even exploit the 'humans rights' subject thru the violent arabs occupiers to delegitimize the jewish State , Therefore should FM Livni be defined as antisemite thru her position to slice the Jewish State and even its Capital , moreover when she shouts over the medias mics that it is an 'Israeli interest' to fabricate in Judea with Samaria a global jihad arab state , Why shouldn't other States nations dislike the Jewish State thru its FM Livni politics , their foreigners could always say : look at the jews they divide their lands , these foreigners could also want a state from their host state , they could even argue that their future state won't be a jihad state unlike the jihad state that FM Livni is fabricating to hostile arabs violent occupiers , These foreigners could even solicit Rice help for such end , they could demand from Condi to manipulate their head of State to appoint its FM for such end , the same as Condi coerced Olmert to do , as Haaretz report : Haaretz Last update - 22:13 , 15/10/2007 , PM: Must Arab neighborhoods be defined as part of Jerusalem? By Shahar Ilan, Barak Ravid and Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz Correspondents, and Haaretz Service . Quote " Rice met Sunday with Olmert... Olmert announced Sunday that Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will head the Israeli negotiating team in talk with the Palestinians." , The head of State of these foreigners could also throw in a manipulation and say Must foreigners neighborhoods be defined as part of the State Capital ? could as well be Oslo for example , So yes , FM Livni appears morally correct to condemn antisemitism , but in doing so , shouldn't FM Livni first look at her hump , and as official figure be aware of the consequences of her statements and actions in this global village , Wich beggs the question , does the violent arab occupier deserves a state to begin with , if yes then wouldn't foreigners of other States also want so , and if not then are antisemites blackmailing the jews thru the jewish state ,

    from the article: FM Tzipi Livni condemns Belarusian President's anti-Semitic remarks
    First published 00:00 18.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.10.07
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