First, he never "called the Iraqi resistance to kill British soldiers [in Iraq]". Second, there is no evidence of his supporters "using anti-Semitism against King" in the 2005 election. Third, the article claims "Galloway was little seen in Parliament, with one of the lowest voting and attendance records." The opposite is true; Galloway had one of the best attendance records although he often did not vote through principle, not non-attendance. Additionally, during the MP's expenses scandal, it was revealed that Galloway's total expense claim was zero. The rest of the piece is poor also. A shame as Ha'aretz usually has a high standard of reporting.
UN experts: North Korea continues to evade UN sanctions (AP)
In the two days I spent in the northeastern state, I found intelligent, dedicated and ideology-driven voters who are also concerned about Israel.23:50 09.02.16 | 0 comments