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    • Leon Rosgarten
    • 12.02.07 | 19:46 (IST)

    Comrades, I am delighted at the courageos revolutionary stance of Haaretz. Looking only at this week, we had several articles devoted to the respected Professor who revealed that indeed Jews were using Christian children's blood for rituals, and who might have remained fairly obscure if not for the efforts of Haaretz. We also had scathing attacks on the illegal assault (disguised as construction work) that the zionist entity is undertaking at one of Islam's holiest sites, the Haram al Sharif in the heart of holy Muslim Al Kuds, and we had great details of the reminiscences of a soldier in the 1956 "Sinai campaign" about how Egyption prisoners of war were executed by the zionists. Now we have this perfect parallel between the zionist nuclear efforts in the 1960s and Iran's current peaceful nuclear program. I call on all progressive forces in the world, from the Islamic Republic to the patriotic Saudi princes, to increase their financial support for this wonderful newspaper.

    from the article: The nuclear ambiguity route
    First published 00:00 12.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.02.07
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