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    • syjaye
    • 03.04.13 | 21:47 (IDT)

    My first comment continues to get the most thumbs down. Why? Because I spoke the truth. If the BSers really care about the Palestinian people why have they never spoke out about how the Palestinians have been treated in Lebanese refugee camps for 65 years? They can't go to university ,they cannot work outside the camps in meaningful jobs ect.ect.ect. Did the BSers speak out against human rights violations when Assad mowed down 4,000 unarmed civilians during the first months of the uprising? Did the BSers support the last round of peace negotiations? NO. They don't even support the PA. They don't support peace and reconciliation. They support the jihadists,plain and simple. And the BSers need these talkbacks to cheer about worthless slezzy "victories" to make themselves feel good. BDS has been at this for over 10 years with nothing of real substance to show for it. Why? Because they are about hate not peace.

    from the article: One of Canada’s largest student association endorses BDS against Israel
    First published 13:43 31.03.13 | Last updated 13:43 31.03.13
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