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    • 16.04.06 | 14:00 (IDT)

    As for a kindergarten fight, I believe that calling everybody a facist is downright childlike., or "at least 10 times worse." Leila I believe you were aiming your posting at I. As for Armani, I have known many an Armani Marxist. These are people who talk the talk, but are more boergoise then those they redicule. I find Gideon to be the ultimate hypocrite, much like Haaretz. This is a newspaper which sees itself as being Left, and is filled with advertisements for Mercedez Benz. Ironic? am I afraid of Gideon? not personally, but I do find his writing style to be anecdotal, yellow and when he compares the IDF to the Nazis, downright dangerous. As for a Jewish way to achieve peace? I send my child to a Moslem-Jewish mixed school. I hope he will learn Arabic, their culture and make friends with his fellow citizens. what have you done Leila. My knowledge has taught me that calling for revolution and fanatacism is not a recipe for peace, screw the left.

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    First published 00:00 16.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.04.06
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