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    • Arie
    • 22.03.11 | 16:53 (IST)

    Yet again Haaretz proves its devotion to the cause whose only goal is our demise. Name even one country in the world (although under Obama there is a temporary change) that provides public funds to groups dedicated to the country's demise. Not even all the ultra-left wing Euro governments that provide the funding for the NGOs attacking us daily do so. Limiting Arab citizens? When Olmert and Livni signed off on a law authorizing funding for a NEW ARAB ONLY city in the Galilee, Haaretz editorialized that it "opened a new era in equality for the Arab community." Yet, even think of the reverse and its racism? I do believe there should be no limitation. And I believe the funding law for the ARAB ONLY CITY should be curtailed until that law is changed to force the city to be all inclusive, a change I am confident the Schockens and their lefties would condemn. as for revoking citizenship for terrorists and treason? The Haaretz objection speaks for itself. Its writers and supporters in Balad Hadash and Meretz have been the strongest proponents of Israel's demise and treason. The Haaretz fear is they would have to move to Jenin to publish its Antisemitic (yes Antisemitic not Anti-Zionist) drivel where their beliefs are more in concert with our enemy! With that, the Schocken editorial is not surprising, just more proof that the biggest danger to Israel is from the kapos within

    from the article: A blow to Israeli Arabs and to democracy
    First published 01:10 22.03.11 | Last updated 01:10 22.03.11
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