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Too many Israelis share the same blindness

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Submitted by Ken Besig (Israel), Nov 27, 2008 at 10:43

The blindness affecting this woman regarding her Islamic attacker is fairly common even here in Israel. Why our own President Shimon Peres and even our Prime Minister Ehud Olmert share the same blindness and even when directly confronted with Moslem violence and hatred prefer to "understand" and excuse that very hatred and violence. It is really rather sad and if it wasn't so serious, it might even be funny.

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