Re: David #38 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael
    • 10.03.10 | 20:16 (IST)

    Thank you David. I agree 100%. The most vicous, systemic racism and sexism exists in countries (rich ones) all around Israel. Things are far worse there then one could ever imagine in Israel. AND, they all hate Palestinian Arabs, UNLIKE Israelis, who don't, by and large. There are dozens of horrors in the world that are far worse and completely inexplicable and inexcusable but receive no notice from the people who just can phathom Jews who are not in their traditional roles as victims. Let's talk about the deaths and illegal working conditions of African miners in Chinese mines in Africa; mines obtained through flagrant bribery. Any protests? Any boycotts? Let's talk about the horrors visited on women in most places in the developing world. A whole mess of Boycotts, No?? Let's get started, folks. UNLESS you feel Israel is different and should be held to a higher standard? Your thoughts, people? Michael

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    First published 02:21 01.03.10 | Last updated 19:11 01.03.10
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