Why do we care? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Seb
    • 26.10.12 | 05:48 (IST)

    Jews make up but 15 million of some 7 billion humans. Why do we give a rat's @&&? Give those oppressed under Israeli apartheid like weaponry and let the two duke it out. Pull all U.S. support and demand that Bibi fight his own fight. Expose AIPAC for the paper tiger it is. This is a small insignificant country populated by a people addicted to entitlement. Putting in perspective: 6 million Israeli Jews, 1 billion Muslims; who's gonna win that fight?

    from the article: UN investigator calls for boycott of firms linked to Israeli settlements
    First published 21:15 25.10.12 | Last updated 21:15 25.10.12
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