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Reader Nadia's response to Debanjan Banerjee

Reader comment on item: The Saudi Solution
in response to reader comment: To Debanjan Banerjee about resettlement in Israel

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Mar 14, 2017 at 19:25

Dear Dr Pipes, your reader Nadia made the mistake of giving a reasoned reply to Debanjan Banerjee. My advice to Nadia is to never take Banerjee seriously. Every now and then Banerjee proposes outlandish ideas about Muslims, Israel, United States, and Europe. He may be doing it only to irritate others and I am not even sure if he believes in his own ideas. Banerjee is an Islamic apologist whose only mission is to advance Islamic political agenda.

In this particular message Banerjee suggested that because Mossad is so strong in Israel, it will be a good idea to settle Syrian refugees in Israel so Mossad can keep an eye on Syrian's recruitment by ISIS. Go figure. Can you come up with a more convoluted argument? As if Mossad wants more headaches for itself! This is like saying that police officers should invite thieves into their homes so they can keep better eye on them. Only from the pen of Banerjee such arguments can come.


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