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    • Lucien
    • 16.06.07 | 20:06 (IDT)

    Yes, the election of Barak as chairman of Labor party is more important for today?s Israel than Gaza's sad events. Why? Because many Israeli lives and even the very existence of Israel might depend on whether our future defense minister will be a professional or an amateur. Why did, some newspapers, ignore the news from Gaza? You mean news just "as news" ? The Israelis are informed people. They read newspapers, Internet, listen to radios from all over the world. They know and knew what was happening in Gaza, from the first moment and I'm sure, they didn't enjoy the Palestinians? suffering. You mean, why didn't, the Israeli newspapers write about Gaza, not only just as "NEWS" but as thinking to a way to help? Indeed, why? Have you, Mr Issacharoff, an idea how Israel could be of help in this situation? Your ideas in this matter would interest me more than your "nonsense criticism"

    from the article: The bystanders
    First published 00:00 15.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.06.07
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