Israel's biggest newspaper is outraged by my Press TV story Israel celebrates successful 9/11 operation on Purim holiday.
(Click here for the English version of the YNet article.)
The newspaper YNet isn't outraged that Israeli kids are dressing up as the burning Twin Towers to celebration Purim, a joyous occasion commemorating Jews' tricking an empire into slaughtering 75,000 "enemies of the Jewish people."
YNet isn't outraged that Benjamin Netanyahu's first reaction to 9/11 was: "It's very good."
YNet isn't outraged that Netanyahu kept right on crowing about how wonderful 9/11 was, and was still saying it seven years later.
YNet isn't outraged that the "Dancing Israelis" had clear and obvious foreknowledge of 9/11 - they set up their cameras before the first plane hit - yet failed to warn anyone.
YNet isn't outraged that the "Dancing Israelis" had the chutzpah to wildly celebrate the 9/11 attacks, as they were happening, right across the harbor from the Twin Towers.
YNet isn't outraged that "retired" Mossad chief Mike Harari threw a huge party to celebrate the success of 9/11, and bragged that he was behind the attacks.
YNet is outraged at me for mentioning these facts.
Sometimes the truth hurts.
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