April 10, 2014

Pity the Palestinians? Count Me Out

Norman Podhoretz, Wall Street Journal

The Associated Press

Thousands of Arabs are dying in Syria and South Sudan. Where's the outrage on behalf of those truly suffering?

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TAGGED: South Sudan, Palestine, Arabs, Sudan, Syria, Middle East, Palestinians

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