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June 28, 2010

The Irony of the Lebanese 'Aid' Ship

The anticipated Gaza "aid" ship from Lebanon, whose organizer's sentiments about Jews echo those of Helen Thomas, would do well keeping its delivery closer to home. In Beirut yesterday, thousands of Palestinian activists demonstrated demanding more rights for Palestinians in squalid refugee camps:

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People carry Palestinian flags and banners as they march during a protest in Beirut June 27, 2010. Thousands of Palestinians and Lebanese civil activists converged on central Beirut on Sunday, demanding more rights for Palestinians, many of whom live in squalid refugee camps in Lebanon. REUTERS/ Khalil Hassan

Posted by TS at June 28, 2010 06:25 AM


The Palestinian refugee situation in Lebanon is deplorable but that in no way justifies Israel's treatment of the Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank. And there wouldn't be Palestinian refugees if they were allowed to live on their land.

Posted by: Whatever at June 30, 2010 02:14 AM

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