Our leftist democrats in support of a coup - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 24.06.07 | 22:01 (IDT)

    Going through this forum is like watching acrobats and circus performers pulling off agile feats with their minds. I hear many leftists throwing out things like "hamas is democratically elected" while at the same time applauding their latest coup. the glee to which they took the news of the more secular Fatah's defeat is pure honey for it's irony. How can a leftist dance a jig, when a party based on fundametalist interpretations of the Koran has taken power by force of arms. Please inform me, when did the left become supporters of coups? When did they become fans of the "relgious police". How did they contort to accept a party that views women as chattle, barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. Forget about the rights of the street cat, they are kebab. So we have the denunciation of relgious freedoms, civil rights, women's rights, freedom to march, to gather and to be educated. When I was a leftist this was our bible. Has the Left gone so far that its Right

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    First published 00:00 24.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.06.07
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