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    • mjs
    • 13.01.11 | 16:53 (IST)

    While I almost always agree with Levy's point of view, this time I am offended by his attack on Lieberman's desire to visit in the area of his birth. There is nothing wrong in vacationing in the former Soviet bloc and in enjoying speaking in your mother tongue. Levy weakens his moral stand by attacking where Lieberman chooses to spend his vacations. This has nothing to do with Lieberman's positions, and I consider it irrelevant, inflammatory, and incitement to prejudice.

    from the article: Democracy – a concept Lieberman has yet to grasp
    First published 00:46 13.01.11 | Last updated 00:46 13.01.11
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