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Oh how they twist the words!

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

The racist blogger seizes on one sentence in an op-ed in Haaretz which mentions the theory of a German jurist in passing from which he publishes reams of information which is totally irrelevant to the op-ed. If you read it, it is in Hebrew you will see that in the next sentence the writer mentions former Chief Justice Aharon Barak does that then make the writer an ultra liberal?

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A buyer's guide to products of Judea and Samaria. From Meretz.

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

Israel's tiny (yes tiny despite the racist bloggers invectiveness) far-left party Meretz has published a list of products they would like to boycott because they are produced by Jewish-owned companies on what they consider the wrong side of a mythical line that existed for 19 years out of the past 3000.

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Sderot Writes an Open Letter to Mainstream Media

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

Noam Bedein, Director of The Sderot Media Center, has issued a call to mainstream media from the citizens of Sderot.

We ask you respectfully to change the way you report the continued rocket fire on Israel from Gaza.

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No other choice

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

Unfortunately such political extremism (masquerading as progressive thought) as displayed by the racist blogger cannot be cajoled or reasoned with. His hate and intolerance must be aggressively (and unapologetically) exposed, named, and shamed.

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More of the same

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

One has to ask what has the fact that Mr Lieberman is an immigrant to Israel from the former Soviet Union got to do with anything except the blogger being racist.

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Double Standards

By Advis3r, July 17, 2011

is this where he gets his copy from? From an op-ed piece by Sarah Honig in the Jerusalem Post pointing out the double standards employed when incitement is uttered by the left:

"l focus solely on the Left’s respectable and esteemed gurus – all Israel Prize laureates. Although their invective is comparatively moderate, just get a load of what passed through their refined lips:

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Comment is free

By Advis3r, July 16, 2011

"And on the subject of casual racism in Israel, why are there no laws against signs on businesses that say: "Help Wanted. After the Army." when actually they mean: "Help Wanted. Arabs Need Not Apply."
Only a racist with a twisted mind could come up with a comment like that. It dishonours every Arab who serves in the IDF. Shame on you.

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Are there no limits?

By Advis3r, July 16, 2011

It is depressing to find that the right to free speech as exemplified by the JC now includes the right to libel all the supporters of an Israeli football team in much the same way as the writer of the same blog freely libels every Jew living in Judea and Samaria who he now terms scoundrels.

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Moby

By Advis3r, July 16, 2011

At a time when more and more pop stars are declaring their support for a cultural boycott of Israel, Moby is standing firm. He has defended his decision to perform in Israel in a statement that is as admirable and welcome as it is cogent and rational:

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To Marion Lebor

By Advis3r, July 15, 2011

Please read Steve Linde's Editorial in today's JPost - I agree with everything he says and hopefully that will ease your mind somewhat.

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The Straw Dog Jewish American

By Advis3r, July 15, 2011

The debate over the Anti-Boycott Law on this blogsite although admittedly hysterical at times has had nothing to do with anti-Semitism that is until JA had to bring it up.

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Sober Second Thought - Yehuda Poch

By Advis3r, July 14, 2011

Fighting the proper war

The tremendous noise this week over the Knesset’s passage of the “Boycott Bill” shows the stark lines that have long ago been drawn in the war that continues to be fought against Israel’s existence.
And make no mistake, Israel is very much at war on many fronts.

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Meanwhile

By Advis3r, July 14, 2011

While all you British Jews are getting all worked up over whether a law passed in a democratic Parliament is or is not a curb on free speech and which let us be frank will actually impact on a miniscule number of the population if at all, despite the hysteria of the Left this is what is happening in the real world:-
http://www.ynet.co.il/english/articles/0,7340,L-4095306,00.html

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Why the furore?

By Advis3r, July 14, 2011

There has been a great deal of furore over the Knesset's passing of an anti-Boycot Law.

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A question for Millis

By Advis3r, July 14, 2011

If before the Jordanians unlawfully invaded Jerusalem in 1948 and they were expelled it was lawful for Jews to live in east Jerusalem why is it illegal now?

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The Hysterical Left

By Advis3r, July 14, 2011

One of the most characteristic rhetorical ticks of Israel’s enemies – and even some far-left "Zionists" who post on this site – is their tendency to employ the most careless hyperbole when faced with Israeli legislation or government policies which they don’t support.

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Tweedle dum and Tweedle dee

By Advis3r, July 13, 2011

Like Millis the cage rattler Derfner has jumped into print without reading what the Boycott Law says. Fortunately for us but unfortunately for him he will not be able to sue the Rabbis who are trying to maintain the sanctity of the Holyland because they are not covered by the Boycott Law.

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For the love of Iris

By Advis3r, July 13, 2011

From the knesset website

A ‘Panels’ Institute poll for the Knesset Channel concludes that 52% of Israeli population support the new bill, and 31% oppose it.

43% are of the opinion that the bill will diminish world opinion of Israel, and 39% believe that the bill will have no such effect."

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