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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by An Israeli and a Jew (Israel), Aug 28, 2002 at 09:15

Well....I don't know what is more disturbing - the issues rising from the unbiased article or the minute number of responses to this article.

Living in Israel, and being a proud Jew (regardless of my habitat), I think that the Danish government's actions are along side with my government's actions. The basic thing we all miss is that Muslim people are treated in Western countries under the democratic values that define the state whereas there isn't even one Arab/Muslin state that is founded and governed under the foundation of Democracy.

So yes, even before thinking of dealing with "putting out fires", I think we should start reviewing our human history, in light of "History repeats itself", and unite, as a west democratic wing, to re-define our worldly borders (both Phisically, Morally, Mentally and religiously). Maybe then..... and just maybe......after dealing "Power with Power", we'll have the personal freedom we view as trivial to any man.

Also, I found common grounds with all the responses prior to me - where are you all at when it comes to the middle-east issue of the Israel Vs. Palestinians?

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