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    • Brant
    • 25.11.07 | 16:50 (IST)

    If there has ever been a greater turnaround artist than you,I'd love to meet him/her. You are bordering on insanse with the notion that the "zionists" in 1948 erred by going to War. The Arabs gave them no real choice, you dolt. The Arabs attacked the Jews, Lakshmi; not the other way around. The Arabs outnumbered the Jews; not the other way around. But, the Jews did win and, in so doing, ended up with more land than they had been willing to accept. You keep rewriting history all you like; and you can feel secure that the lack of any censorship at Haartez means you can lie through your teeth until the proverbial cows come home. I suspect the blindness that accompanies your bias keeps you from noticing how many other posters know you for what you are. Heavens, even Axel has joined the bandwagon. I cannot fathom how a person with the obvious intellectual depth your writing suggests, could be so irretrievably mired in such a mudbath of junk. Yet, you are; every single day.

    from the article: Hezbollah joins Tehran and Hamas in denouncing Annapolis talks
    First published 00:00 25.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.11.07
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