Glad To See Someone Cares About the Slaughter In Syria - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Y. Ben-David
    • 13.03.13 | 07:33 (IST)

    It is fascinating to see all the people who have "human rights" always on their lips and who worry themselves sick about things like special buses for Palestinian workers suddenly go deaf and dumb abuot the slaughter taking place nearby. This certainly proves that that they are NOT really interested in human rights, merely in bashing Isareli .It is also fascinating to see how Arabs who are always talking about the solidarity and brotherhood among Arabs and Muslims are in reality apathetic about the suffering of their "brothers" in Syria, just as their was similar indifference to the fratricidal butchery in Lebanon, Iraq and Algeria. If the Arab world wants to really get to grips with the problems that are holding them back from developing their societies, they should stop whing about "imperialism, colonialism and Zionism" and blaming everyone else in the world and look in the mirror to see the true source of their ongoing crisis.

    from the article: Watching the slaughter in Syria
    First published 04:59 13.03.13 | Last updated 04:59 13.03.13
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