What about compasion on Gilad - - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alfred
    • 02.11.09 | 06:24 (IST)

    This journalist talks about International law and Sweden and where is his article on the kidnapped solider Gilad?. Who did that - his pals the Pals? How would he behave is a journalist friend was kidnapped the same way?. How should friends of Gilad behave after that?. Gilad should have been released long ago by the Pals. But what is the point, people like you will not listen and then Israel alone - like now - defend itself agains "righteous" people like you who are blind by arrogance. What is your excuse for allowing the Nazis conduct "racial purity" experiments in rightious Sweden durint WWII, or the excuse is that it was too long ago to remember?. Well Israel was created in 48 and your pals, the Pals have not let it enjoy peace one moment since, so how is a country supposed to behave under circumnstances like that?. It must be a blessing to be so ignorant of the truth mate.

    from the article: Swedish reporter in Israel: Not all criticism of you is anti-Semitism
    First published 02:35 02.11.09 | Last updated 10:41 02.11.09
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