Mr. Galloway - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Renny
    • 26.02.13 | 11:36 (IST)

    It is a disgrace to the British Parliament that such a person represents people in England. If no one in the Parliament called him to order for his behavious it is a shame to England. Even in British policy has always been to go for the underdog, and I presume he feels that Palestine is in that position, the British have always been know for fair play. Mr. Galloway's behaviur is far from that. You cannot dismiss a country just because you don't like Jews, that certainly is not fair play. I suggest someone takes him aside and teach him hystory, particularly from 1933 to 1945 and force him to warch the film President Eisenhower ordered people to take after Dachau and other camps were liberated because I assume Mr. Galloway denies the Holocaust, otherwise I don't see a reason he won't talk to Israelis

    from the article: British MP walks out of debate, saying 'I don't debate with Israelis'
    First published 16:32 21.02.13 | Last updated 16:32 21.02.13
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