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Israel's integrity not PC negotiable

Reader comment on item: How Trump Put Netanyahu in an Untenable Position

Submitted by Cal Miller (Australia), Aug 17, 2019 at 19:49

Daniel is strongly implying that these two anti-semitic Islamists should be treated preferentially because they're women. So, they should be allowed into Israel because they're Congressional women, but it's ok to ban anti-semitic men. Anti-Jewish is anti-Jewish, and should be treated as such, regardless of gender. These two women have profoundly intimate ties with designated terrorist groups, and their past anti-Jewish statements and actions have been horrific and numbing. If there is any criticism to be made, it is that Israel vacillated on whether they should be allowed into Israel. They should have been told "No" loud and clear from the start.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

I imply that "these two anti-semitic Islamists should be treated preferentially because they're women"?

Read my article again, there's no hint of that.

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