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    • zionist forever
    • 06.01.11 | 18:35 (IST)

    The airport are banning certain websites, when you leave the airport t check out as many websites as you please. In the airport you have lots of restrictions placed on you so whats the big deal? If your employer blocked Facebook at the office would accuse him of being in violation of your right to look at Facebook? As for the funding, whats wrong with demanding that certain political activism groups come clean about where their money comes from? If you had a group campaigning for Israel to give the Golan to Syria according to them in the name of peace all sounds very nice. If we then found out this group was being funded by Assad himself would you not be just a little bit suspicious of their motive if it was a desire for peace or Assads desire for the Golan? These groups are still allowed to campaign we just want to know who is paying their bills and that can only be good for democracy..... if they got nothing to hide why should letting us know where their funding comes from concern them so much?

    from the article: 'Dangerous' political websites blocked from viewing at Israel's airport
    First published 03:30 06.01.11 | Last updated 03:30 06.01.11
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