Comments: To the polls!

Israel, a country the size of New Jersey, is given more than its fair share of attention. The country and its policies are certainly game for criticism. However, it's unfortunate that many people on the surface seem to be criticizing Israel, but in reality they are questioning it's right to exist. For example, the majority of debate in the United Nations centers around this point. Further, questioning Israel's right to exist is another way of questioning whether or not the Jewish people have the right to exist. I'm not suggesting that Moran is questioning the right for Jews to exist. I'm trying to explain the sensitivity. But, I will challenge listeners to analyze what Moran did say. Can a person take what he says at face value?

Posted by Rob Sohn at June 6, 2004 10:28 PM