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    • jewboy
    • 14.05.06 | 18:04 (IDT)

    Was the one who typed in Ox Moron, making a freudian slip in refering to someone who certainly resembles a bull in a shop full of glass and porcelain, or was it a mere satirical joke? Certainly A. B. does not write coherently nor intellegently but perhaps it is too much to call him a moron. Or was that a spoof on how he sees the rest of us, hoping that we would ignore the inane reliance on the same Jabotinsky to prove a point , while pillorying Jabotinsky as he still does as a "rightist fascist". Or was it his editor who is at fault, or the paper that forgot to proofread his ranting? BTW does MR Yehoshua accept Jabotinsky or reject him or both? Seems like he wants to have his cake and eat it, and sell it for a profit too.

    from the article: People without a land
    First published 00:00 11.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 12.05.06
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