Much of the blame lies with the Israeli gov't - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Grizzly Bear
    • 05.02.10 | 20:38 (IST)

    The Israeli government is guilty of criminal negligence for allowing this kind of demonization of Jews in the PA/Gaza media, schools and religious institutions. They could have acted appropriately long, long ago but they chose to do nothing. It's amazing how Israeli leaders cry out in indignation whenever a German or a Ukranian makes an anti-Semitic comment, but they remain indifferent at the constant stream of incitement going on in the PA/Gaza media and educational and religious institutions. They scrutinize speeches and statements made in the west, but they appear completely blind to what's happening right in their own backyard. Go figure!

    from the article: Let's play 'what if'
    First published 02:32 04.02.10 | Last updated 09:26 04.02.10
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