Oh so NOW you want to call them terrorists? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Max L
    • 09.08.12 | 17:58 (IDT)

    The hypocrisy of the Haaretz readership knows no bounds. If it were an attack in mainland Israel, this same comment would be ridiculed. Haaretz is an ultra-left newspaper and it's a shame they don't call Hamas militants terrorists. But it's also a shame that the only time that seems to bother you is when it's Egyptian blood, rather than Israeli blood, that is spilled

    from the article: Egypt demands extradition of 3 Hamas militants over support for Sinai terrorists
    First published 13:20 09.08.12 | Last updated 13:20 09.08.12
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