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Old February 10th, 2006, 13:51
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Cartoonish Hypocrisy

[TCS Daily] Moreover, outrageously anti-Semitic and anti-Israel editorials and cartoons in the Muslim world are published on an almost daily basis, by official press organs that in fact do represent official government policy.

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What is remarkable about all these incidents in the Arab media is that no one remarked about them. While the images were certainly offensive and outrageous, there were no boycotts organized of Egyptian goods anywhere in Europe. Angry Israelis did not gut the Egyptian embassy in Tel Aviv. In fact, the State of Israel continued to transfer funds to the PA, even as its press organ slandered Judaism during a holy season -- just as the Israeli government turned over $54 million to allow the PA to meet its payroll.

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