Guardian editorial in defence of Raed Salah

From the CST blog:

‘This Guardian editorial, however, like the constituency it educates and reflects, clearly cares far, far more with bashing Israel than it does with seriously contemplating anything to do with Islamist antisemitism; why Jews have every right to fear it; why British Jews have every right to request Government protection from it; and why the British Government has every right to deny people entry on the back of this.’

Do read the whole piece, by Mark Gardner.

2 Responses to “Guardian editorial in defence of Raed Salah”

  1. Brian Goldfarb Says:

    Boy, am I glad that I don’t read the Guardian anymore, nor regularly scan the “Comment is Free” site.

    And a big thank you to those who take on the unwelcome task on my behalf.

  2. Absolute Observer Says:

    Interesting isn’t it. Salah is an Israeli citizen gets acquitted by an Israeli court, can speak at Israeli universities, can organise, can be mayor, and still the Guardian ends with an attack on Israel through the racism of a bunch of thugs. Maybe when some right-wing Israeli calls the the Guardian Der Sturmer, we should say,quite rightly, no you’re wrong, but then finish our comment with the idea that the EDL is the true representatives of “England” and the UK government’s refusal to arrest them all is evidence of the country’s soft touch on racist incitement.

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