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    • Henry
    • 12.04.07 | 14:26 (IDT)

    I think Sarid's grandchild in 5th grade wrote this, and Yossi signed his own name - probably didn't even tell the kid he stole it. Haaretz must be quite desperate to allow such a poorly written piece of trash appear here. Quoting the Bible Yossi? Then you must also believe that Hebron is the only city in the Bible which is specifically bequeathed to the Jews, to the family of Caleb, son of Yefuneh, several times over. You won't, however, even find the word Jerusalem in the Bible until the book of Joshua. Hebron was also where King David (was he truth or fairy tale Mr. Sarid?) ruled from for seven years before moving to Jerusalem. Hebron, like other cities named in the Jewish Bible (Shechem, Jericho, Bet El) have been targeted by Jew-haters like Sarid and his predecessors out of fear. This pathetic author, whose time came and went without impression, will soon pass on without having made any positive impact on his people, or any people. Goodbye Yossi, we won't miss you.

    from the article: Hebron settlement / Born in sin, living in sin
    First published 00:00 12.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.04.07
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