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Albert, Why not examine both sides

Reader comment on item: Walid Shoebat: "Palestinian turns from radical Muslim to true Zionist"
in response to reader comment: Refer to Jerusalem Post

Submitted by Walid Shoebat (United States), Feb 12, 2009 at 22:31

Albert,

Why not examine both sides of a story. Sure, the Jpost had an article that it regreted publishing. In fact, it was rejected by the Christian edition to only find itself on the Features edition of the Jpost.

The Jpost felt badly since I proved to them that Loyken had alterior motives and had me issue a rebuttal which they gladly published.

For your information, they had to edit a few names from my rebuttal fearing a lawsuit from the names that I mentioned, that which included hard fact evidence regarding my family.

My family emailed me days later begging me to take out the details of evidence which incriminates them as terrorists. They decided to testify against me to Loyken, yet they failed to state who really they were -- terrorists.

You also need to read the Haaretz paper that published another article that same month which does not agree with the Jpost.

In all things one needs to be balanced and read both sides.

You will find my refutation convincing, that is if you had an open mind:

http://www.shoebat.com/evidence_of_my_credentials.php?PHPSESSID=eb43e2c288e4d18cbb6322efb63eb0d0

If people have a tough time defeating a message, they usually attack the messenger.

I am no fraud and neither do I risk my life to sell a few books. Had I been interested in making real money, I would stand for a two-state solution and collect from all sides of the fence.

Walid Shoebat

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