Slow Esther - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hawaiian Eye
    • 10.03.10 | 19:50 (IST)

    From the beginning, it so was obvious to anyone who can think that Israel has nothing to do with this assassination (if that's what it even was). Newspapers like Haaretz jumped on the anti-Israel bandwagon of milking the "Israeli involvement" hope for all it was worth - nothing more than cheap entertainment with the object of smashing Israel's reputation as much as possible. People like Esther rode along on this bandwagon for weeks, hoping in vain that there was some truth to the accusation of Mossad involvement. So very slow some people are around here. Funny that you find your theory is "new", Esther. Perhaps your revelation will enlighten you to a host of other issues that you are dead wrong about when bashing Israel - a most popular past-time for bored dummies.

    from the article: Was Mossad on a fantastic adventure in Dubai?
    First published 02:20 25.02.10 | Last updated 02:44 25.02.10
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