It's a peaceful way to protest - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tony
    • 14.07.10 | 07:33 (IDT)

    It's a peaceful way for the queen to protest Israeli actions. If there was a true and comprehensive peace, she definitely would have allowed and gave rights to an Israeli publisher. Until there's peace (if it ever comes), a sort of boycott is really all Arabs can do. Also, if she allowed publishing in Hebre, I'm sure many Israelis will accuse her of trying to profiteer from Israelis which is a no no to most Israelis anyways. By Israeli logic, damned if she did and damned if she didn't.

    from the article: Jordan's Queen Rania rejects offer to publish Hebrew edition of her children's book
    First published 01:38 14.07.10 | Last updated 02:55 14.07.10
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