Smacks of Desmond Tutu's betrayal... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Andy
    • 19.06.12 | 20:47 (IDT)

    Her book was not known until a Jew, Steven Spielberg shot a film based on it. As always, the Jews have supported the blacks in their fight for equality. They are getting paid back by betrayal... Desmond Tutu, a virulent supporter of Palestinian terrorists, acknowledged it ! When will the Jews understand and stop helping those who bite their hands?

    from the article: Author of The Color Purple refuses to authorize Hebrew version because 'Israel is guilty of apartheid'
    First published 04:55 19.06.12 | Last updated 04:55 19.06.12
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