Wow, Carter haters come out in force! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • reno
    • 20.10.10 | 07:25 (IST)

    What exactly is it that brings out the vitriol here? Is it that Carter demands justice for the Palestinians? Is it that he says so publicly? Having been involved in the 'peace process' personally and having followed it closely gives him a vantage point not shared by the rest of us. If any of you had bothered to read his book, you would understand better that this is no anti-semite. He calls Hamas to task and condemns any attacks on civilians by both sides. It is much easier to shoot the messenger than to listen to the message.

    from the article: Carter in Syria: Israel must fully lift Gaza blockade
    First published 17:46 19.10.10 | Last updated 17:46 19.10.10
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