Mr. Ehud, you seem to be an expressive person yet your way of - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • brk
    • 19.02.14 | 22:03 (IST)

    elaborating “rightness” of PM Netanyahu manners and hypocrite phraseology is disappointing; the boss of ever increasing right wing Israel to which you do belong, your right of course, needs a real or make-believe hatred against the Jews to justify the peace rejectionist policy of his government and your phrase “I am very much against our occupation policy, but asking to be boycotted rather than pressing for a negotiated settlement as a free citizen is ridiculous” is not sincere and you know it, just look the way the elected high officials, including minister of defense, talk rabidly about Secretary Kerry and his sincere efforts to bring a kind of a negotiated and balanced settlement to both sides. As for good quality Golan wine, it is so expensive that one may think an import tax is included in his price, it is sheer madness. Cheers.

    from the article: Bibi has turned me into an 'anti-Semite'
    First published 19:47 19.02.14 | Last updated 19:47 19.02.14
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