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No misunderstanding, I just think you're wrong.

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Submitted by Dean Kitnick (United States), Feb 22, 2007 at 20:08

Why now propose a Straw Man argument by introducing the silly hypothesis that "every oppoenet [sic] of Israel's right to exist is a terrorist supporter?" Surely we can agree that not all anti-Jews are terrorists. But to suggest that we should invite anti-Jews to give congressional testimony before the House Subcommittee on Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations seems at best, too clever by half. Yet, one still does wonder what "ignoring a substantial group a voice" means? And, why is it "reasonable" to give anti-Jews a voice in congress?

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