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    • Giggles
    • 20.12.10 | 04:28 (IST)

    One time, 'wham-bam-there-I-said-what-I'm-supposed-to-say' deal. Don't expect anything more from him. And the reason he's not said or done anything about it since, is because it's not necessarily contrary to his own views. He'll not speak a word or lift finger to change the outcome of the knesset vote on this issue, and more likely than not he'll end up supporting it. And of course, should anyone question it, he'll deftly evade their criticism by accusing them of delegitimization and attacking the existence of the Jewish state. Don't you worry, he's got it covered.

    from the article: Mr. Prime Minister, douse the flames of racism
    First published 01:27 20.12.10 | Last updated 01:27 20.12.10
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