Slander, No examples, No Context, Ignorant Of Kahane - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hesh
    • 11.06.10 | 11:15 (IDT)

    The article is pure slander. He accuses the Rav of Racism without example or context, first saying he was a racist becuase he was close with Rav Kahane. Obviously this journalist has never actually ready Rav Kahane's books - fine not to agree with the Rav, but his goals had no tones of racism whatsoever. Racist because he values the lives of our soldiers more than the enemy that attacks us? When terrorists shoot from homes and schools, and we have a chance to stop them from the air or below, we cannot instead risk the lives of our soldiers to try and save civilians, as sad as hurting civilians is. The Geneva convention itself says that when an "army" shoots from among civilians, any death retalitory fire is on those shooting from among the civilians, not the party defending itself. If the Geneva convention racist? Ha'aretz should focus on reporting news, it is a newspaper right? Because this is nothing but slander.

    from the article: Anshel Pfeffer / Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu – an eloquent racist
    First published 01:18 11.06.10 | Last updated 01:18 11.06.10
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