Marcel -- no law prohibits criticism of Israel or Jews - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 16.03.07 | 21:42 (IST)

    "Why? Because israeli and jews lobbies are pushing for laws criminilizing shoah denial and antisemitism. So people are not going to tell to anyone what they are really thinking." Nonsense! The laws that prohibit holocaust deniale are strongest in Christian Europe where they have the most to lose if the madness that was Nazism is minimized and repeated. There are no laws that would prevent you from saying whatever you like about the Jews or the Holocaust. Nobody is getting prosecuted for mouthing off their own personal craziness on their own personal time. What is legislated against is the presenting of falsified material in academic settings. Jew friendly news sites, like the New York Times run a vastly disproportionate number of articles that are critical of Israel. Last year, there were more than 10 times as many articles critical of Israel than there were articles critical of Darfur; yet 1000 dead Darfurians for every One dead Palestinian. Quit griping. You not repressed

    from the article: Seeing the Other more clearly
    First published 00:00 16.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.03.07
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