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Schweizer's blind subjectivity

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Submitted by Martin E. Weinstein (United States), Jul 28, 2008 at 04:32

I thought your article on the Kuntar swap concluded on too indulgent a note. Schweizer's insistence that only Israelis can judge Israel's policy confirms me in my belief that Israel's universities and media are infected with the same intellectual and moral rot that is destroying Europe and threatening the United States.

His reaction to your reasoned criticism is nothing but blind subjectivity--a terribly dangerous disorder for a tiny country surrounded by murderous enemies.

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