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Tuesday, September 21 2010

Settlement Activity, Sukkot, and the WSJ

The Wall St. Journal chose an interesting photo to accompany Josh Mitnick's report about settlers looking forward to an end to the settlement freeze.

The image?

A Reuters photo of a settler building a sukkah. At first glance, you might think the WSJ story is about the man in the photo. At least the WSJ and Reuters make it clear what the man is building.

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Jewish settler Avraham Binyamin carries a wooden plank as he builds a sukkah, a ritual booth used during the upcoming holiday of Sukkot, outside his house on the West Bank Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, south of Nablus September 20, 2010. (REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun)
 

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I find it extremely disappointing and it fact outrageous that the anti Israel arab terminology "West Bank" is used when referring to Judea and Samaria in ISRAEL! HITLER would be happy with this anti Israel slur! Propaganda is the repetition of lies to convince everyone! The term "Settler" is just as outrageous and disgusting when referring to Israel citizens of many, many years! Hitler again would be happy!

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