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    • Gabor Frankl
    • 05.09.09 | 02:39 (IDT)

    It's clear that most of these people who so fiendishly hate Israel on these pages have neither rational thought nor moral decency at their side. The only thing they can is hate, and it's showing. It's obvious from the replies. They are simply misinformed on the "legality" of the security fence/wall, and other totally hollowed out cheap sloganeering, which, thanks to overuse by far-left media/"University"/"intellectual" elites, have lost all meaning. Israel is well within its rights - posturing and false interpretation of the law notwithstanding. Norway's act is of course on one hand shameful but on the other it made an ass of itself and lay itself open to ridicule in the eyes of non-biased rational people. As I said people here cannot tolerate if others, in this case, me, call their attantion to their misinterpreation on the letter of the law - there are no prohibitions of Jews living in Judea and Samaria according to the 4th GC. Mantra never had much value.

    from the article: Israel summons Norway envoy to protest divestment from arms firm
    First published 14:20 03.09.09 | Last updated 21:31 03.09.09
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