Sarid is BIG AIRHEAD, there is no kippah for that - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Josh
    • 06.04.05 | 20:52 (IDT)

    Yossi Sarid is entitle to his opinion, but he is more of a flip/flopper than some high schooler in a pancakes dinner. Sarid is a BIG AIRHEAD, and a Spin Doctor, like always lying and exaggerating every incident that happens with the Settlers. Many years ago when somebody proposed to expel all the arabs from our land, he (Sarid ) almost had a heart attack and rallied all the ignorant left wing so called "peaceniks" to do whatever was necessary to stop this expulsion of arabs, even to blowup bridges and railways if necessary. But when it comes to expel Jews from their HOMES whether in the disputed territories of the Judea & Samaria or Aza, he keeps quiet and advocates for it. Where are those that scream about HUMAN RIGHTS, like him who cares more for what happens to the arabs and the people of Zimbabwe or south Africa, but will not lift a finger to help the people that are going to be kick out of their homes. He only lift his finger to accuse and to demonize the Religious Jews and the settlers. Why not write about the Israelis that are smuggling drugs from Colombia or from Europe, or the problems of spousal abuse that is very rampant in Israel now.

    from the article: A kippa is not enough
    First published 00:00 06.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 06.04.05
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