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Submitted by Robert (Canada), Jul 28, 2008 at 08:47

Cher Dr Pipes,

It is absurd to write that you should not comment on Israeli issues. It is good that you take an interest. People can take into consideration where one lives, but this should not limit one to commenting on their own country. In a global world, it makes all the more sense to debate issues beyond one's own borders. For that matter, I appreciate that you follow and comment upon Canadian issues . You even read newspaper articles in both official languages. This shows your interest in our country.

Bien à vous, Robert

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