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    • joe
    • 04.04.11 | 14:50 (IDT)

    i went to a doctor the other day, who happened to be an arab. we had a lovely conversation and i left with the prescription, nothing serious, don't worry. i went to the closest shopping mall, to a superfarm store to buy the medicine. the pharmacist was also an arab. in the shopping mall, i mingled with other customers, many of whom where arabs, ate in the same restaurant with arab customers and even visited a bathroom, sorry for the details, where arab patrons of the restaurant visited as well. so, if there is any apartheid in this country, it is only in the vivid, and evil, imagination of the learned prof.most of the jewish citizens of this country would have no problem doing the same things that i did the other day. one thing is certain, i would likely avoid visiting the same bathroom if the learned prof. was there...the smell must be awful

    from the article: Heading toward an Israeli apartheid state
    First published 00:42 04.04.11 | Last updated 00:42 04.04.11
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