Social protest leaders: Trajtenberg report a 'blatant insult' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bill
    • 27.09.11 | 22:20 (IDT)

    With due respect and admiration for the Nation of Israel and the chosen people of our Lord, I must wonder and ask Why? Is there such a social protect and out cry when the whole world is in an economic crisis, even here in the United States. Citizens demand more programs and liberal handouts when the funds are just no available. In Israel case, national security is utmost, a Nation is being threaten daily and citizens are being killed almost daily. It would seem that Social Protest should be directed toward increase National Security and the safety of the Israel people. Sorry maybe I am not getting it, but something sounds wrong and priorities are backward, without security or strong national defense freedom would not be available. I respectfully disagree with the Social Protest leaders in Israel and wonder if they have Israel best interest. Anyway I love Israel and I love the people so please forgive me, if I made anyone upset. Just wondering my friends, Shalom Israel and Shalom my friends.

    from the article: Social protest leaders: Trajtenberg report a 'blatant insult' to the Israeli public
    First published 12:15 27.09.11 | Last updated 12:15 27.09.11
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