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    • Mark from Georgia
    • 28.12.09 | 16:52 (IST)

    While I read the antisemitic responses to this article I wonder why the writers only feign indignation over this declaration to build homes. Big deal!!! Islamic militants(terrorists) killed 20 and wounded 81 people(civilians)in Pakistan yesterday. In Iran the Police murdered 15 protesters wounding many others and arresting a least 7. All had nothing to do with Israel. As most violence in the world today involves only Islam not Israel. A fact lost here by the anti-Israel writers. If this had happened in Israel the outrage(hollow indignation) here on these boards would be unbelievable the talkbacks would number 3-4 hundred most anti-Israel. So I laugh at your alleged outrage masking your true motives, your whining over an "announcement" of apartment construction. At least have the courage to say what your feeling. Mark from Georgia

    from the article: U.S.: Israel plan to build in East Jerusalem harms peace process
    First published 09:48 28.12.09 | Last updated 22:31 28.12.09
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