Sarid omits bottom line: Palestinian policy is to kill civilians - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe Sittizen
    • 11.04.10 | 10:49 (IDT)

    Sarid has to understand that the Left in Israel is dying because of its worldview. The voters rejected the Left for its obsession with Oslo, and its mindset that precludes open debate or acknowledgement that the center and right are entitled to a different opinion. Thus, Sarid - who himself jumped the sinking Meretz ship - stands with a dwindling number of Israelis who think that if you can't beat the right at the ballot box, then you should join them in breaking the law (a la the right wing soldiers who protested in the ranks). Wrongo, Yossi. Kam, if she stole the documents, will be convicted and head to prison no matter what the plea bargain. The fact remains that the assassination policy was aimed at Palestinian war criminals, who are free to kill Israeli civilians because Sarid and the Left ignore the facts. Palestinian policy is to assassinatie Israeli civilians. Kam and Sarid simply don't bother talking about that.

    from the article: The real scandal of the Anat Kam affair
    First published 01:09 11.04.10 | Last updated 04:45 11.04.10
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