Sunday, March 21, 2010


These days nobody ever listens to Phillip Adams and, until somebody brought to my attention his article Dirty Deeds in The Weekend Australian shilling for Hamas and berating Israel over its alleged assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh back in January, I thought he had been put to pasture.

Well, after reading this rubbish, perhaps he should be. Obviously, Adams isn't getting all of the news and, in pronouncing Israel guilty of sins based on the edicts and judgement of Dubai's antiSemitic police chief, he's come to a "Jews poisoned the wells" conclusion.

Israel shouldn't be doing dirty deeds such as killing mass murderers like Hamas arms and drug dealing al-Mabhouh. It should be talking to them. And how does one commence negotiations with the likes of Abdallah Jarbu, the Hamas Deputy Minister of Religious Endowments who says "Jews Are Bacteria" -

You can forgive Adams for not knowing about Jarbu's statement because the likes of such statements made daily in the Hamas and Palestine Authority media are rarely covered in his own Australian newspaper and never in the Fairfax press (why not?) but for Adams to pretend that he doesn't know about the Nazi like Hams Charter is too much of a stretch.

This means his deeds are much dirtier than the dark deeds he accuses Israel of doing on the say so of Dubai's antiSemitic police chief.

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