JEWISH RIGHT WING EXTREMISTS - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shuki
    • 07.10.09 | 10:19 (IST)

    Can someone tell me exactly who these "Jewish Right Wing Extremists" are? What did they do that was so offensive? Did they even enter the Temple mount? Did they break any laws? Did they intice violence? (just the simple idea of a Jew being in the El-Aksa complex could be viewed as offensive to hardline Muslims). I hear all of the people who are critical of Israel's behavior regarding this incident talking about the "hardline" Jewish "extremists". If this group really is threatening, than can you please let me know what the police is doing or did wrong? Sometimes a Jew goes on the Temple Mount by accident during 'Muslim Only' hours, but the police do everything they can to prevent this. I think that the Israeli Police did and is doing the right thing. You can't blame "Racist" Israel always. Today on Galgalatz Radio, I heard Salah's colleauque Mr. Khatib express his frustration about "Negroe" Ethiopian police officers asking him for his ID card before he enters the site.

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    First published 01:38 07.10.09 | Last updated 08:11 07.10.09
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