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    • Eli
    • 17.02.10 | 19:55 (IST)

    Natalie, I don't want to discuss the Holocaust. I want to discuss language and arguments. When you use language like, "Although the Palestinians had nothing to do with the Holocaust" in an argument, all that is needed is to show that 1 Palestinian was involved in the Holocaust to debunk your argument. Understand? or is english not your first language, in which case, I'd love to read your work in your first language; your english skills are impressive. So when you say, Palestinians had NO involvement in the Holocaust, I will retort, Who was Haj Amin Al Husayni, and who is the person in this video next to him? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbP2EyF8d34 MITIGATE YOUR SENTENCE TO DEFEND AGAINST THIS, FAILING THAT, YOU OPEN YOURSELF TO SUCH AN EASY ARGUMENT THAT WEAKENS YOUR ARGUMENT, I'D SAY CREDIBILITY TOO BUT READING A FEW OF YOUR POSTS, LIKE YOUR FLIP FLOPPNG VIEW ON DEMOCRACY AS EVIDENCED HERE: http://haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1144989.html Hezbollah in Leb?

    from the article: Pro-Mideast in America: Getting past 'Pro-Israel' and 'Pro-Palestine'
    First published 10:26 17.02.10 | Last updated 16:01 17.02.10
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