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    • Chanah
    • 16.06.05 | 19:34 (IDT)

    How could Europe be pro-Arab when Europe gives Israel, free of charge I believe, state-of-the-art nuclear-fit submarines, when France bans Hizbullah TV and when the Europeans make every meticulous effort to fight anti-Semitism? a) I don't believe France hands out free submarines - either any of its friends. Please forward your information source so that this can be verified. b)Hizballah is recognized by the world as a terrorist organizations. Do you really think a western country would give its TV air time? Silly man. c)It fights anti-Semitism becasue it is required to protect all its citizens, including its Jewish ones. What does that hve to do with Israel. Anti-Semitism is as old as the hills and evry democratic, western, liberal country ought to be fighting this phenomenon for its own sake. Are you saying they shouldn't? England could learn a lesson or two from France on this issue.

    from the article: Foreign Ministry protests EU contacts with Hamas officials
    First published 00:00 16.06.05 | Last updated 00:00 16.06.05
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