The Zionist Conspiracy
Thursday, May 20, 2004
Uri Dan on Uncle Tom
Uri Dan has the last word on Thomas Friedman in today's Jerusalem Post:
It is not surprising that New York Times columnist Tom Friedman this week compared the head of the Shi'ite terror in Iraq, Muqtada al-Sadr, who is murdering Americans in Iraq, to the Jewish settlers in Israel...
As if any comparison could be made between the murderer Al-Sadr and the chaos of Iraq, and the settlers – the ongoing victims of Palestinian terror, who used the Likud referendum to democratically express their opinion. If a gentile had written such words, he would have been accused of anti-Semitism.
However, Friedman is a Jew and can therefore only be accused of narcissistic self-love and of hatred for those who do not hold his views...
This conceited Jewish journalist boasted of the Saudi plan that he concocted in a friendly dinner with the Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah, a plan that Friedman claimed would lead to peace with the Palestinians. By the way, this same Prince Abdullah recently said in a TV interview after Muslim extremists renewed their attacks in Saudi Arabia, "I am 95% certain that the Israeli Mossad was behind these attacks." This libel by Friedman's "man of peace" was topped only by the columnist's own writings this week, comparing settlers to Muqtada al-Sadr and his terrorists.