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    • 27.03.06 | 12:39 (IST)

    More from the hungry pen of Tokyo Hass. As one of Hamas' most angry politco propogandists, she has again brought us some sloppy journalism, void of setting dripping in yellow gushes of nationalistic fervour. Today I arrived late to an appointment in Tel Aviv. My excuse, using the Tokyo Hass doctrine, I immediately blamed it on the occupation. I felt good blurting out the all incompassing excuse. Since adopting the Hass Doctrine of scapegoatablity, life has become easier. I no longer have to take responsibility for my actions, and pointing a finger takes little if any energy, which also makes me an environmentalist. Nice. Amira has long ceased to be an objective journalist in search of the truth, she has become a well-placed mouth piece for the Hamas. Check out Camera.com, they have a few paragraphs on Amira's latest interview with the leader of the Hamas. It is quite revealing.

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    First published 00:00 27.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.03.06
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