This is Pals idea of free speech? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lee
    • 29.04.10 | 21:11 (IDT)

    Everytime a Jew speaks up on behalf of Israel, we are accused of "stiffling debate." But when Pals and British thugs interrupt speeches and attack pro-Israel speakers, that's "free speech" at work. In the meantime, the op-ed folks at Haaretz (except maybe Bradley Burston, the only sane one among them) utter not even a word to condemn such behavior. In their minds, the occupation excuses these excesses. They completely miss the point that Israelis are wary of pulling out of the WB precisely because if they do, the world, in a similar fashion, will say nothing about the rockets that are fired into Israel from East Jerusalem. Instead, the same idiots will condemn Israel for responding to these attacks. What a joke!

    from the article: Israeli diplomat flees British anti-Israel demonstrators
    First published 18:21 29.04.10 | Last updated 18:23 29.04.10
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