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Carter and the hatred of Jews

Reader comment on: We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land

Submitted by Dana Buchanan (United States), Mar 19, 2009 15:22

Even Republicans are in denial of the fact that should be apparent to all: Jimmy Carter is a fairly run-of-the-mill Jew-hater. His hatred is not even couched in academese. His remarks sometimes sound like the translated cries of a Pakistani Iman. What's wrong with calling a thing by its name?


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