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    • GD
    • 01.09.10 | 08:17 (IDT)

    Haaretz is a very left wing paper and any thought or comment going away from the centre will pe published/printed without hesitation. Centre-right thoughts, on the other hand, are regularly culled by the censor. On the other hand, your comment: you're correct. Had those Jews lived in the central parts, none of this would have happened. And yet, this doesn;t happen to the Arabs who live in Israel... why not? Why the double standard of treatment? You could also say that had the Gazans opted to be transferred out of Gaza then there would be no need to attack them as they wouldn't send missiles over. You could say that had the imperialist monsters who worked in the World Trade Centre been working elsewhere, they would not have been killed. And why didn't those Jews leave Europe in the 30s? Surely you could say the Holocaust was their fault. You're an idiot.

    from the article: 4 Israelis killed in shooting attack shattering years of relative West Bank calm
    First published 00:53 01.09.10 | Last updated 00:53 01.09.10
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