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Max used to have ties to a hizballah newspaper

Reader comment on item: "Antisemite Max Blumenthal Incites Murder of Three in Kansas"

Submitted by John (Thailand), Apr 14, 2014 at 17:23

Remember when he worked for Al-Akhbar? He worked for a newspaper that openly supported a US state dept designated terror group, hizballah. That group also attacked a JCC in Argentina killing 82 innocent Jews. therefore I'm not surprised to see him connecting to this JCC murder as well. Hopefully now that we know his dad Sidney supports his hatred, no one will buy Sidney's upcoming book and Hillary Clinton will publicly denounce the whole rotten family.

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