"this is a serious question (6+ / 0-)
A woman was executed this week in Saudi Arabia for practicing witchcraft.
That was a deliberate, pre-meditated, state act by a totalitarian government against their own citizens, violating any notion of human rights.
Now certainly, that should qualify as something that should register with those concerned with "A Just Middle East"... shouldn't it? But the group entitled "A Just Middle East" responded with complete silence. So why are the diaries from the group supposedly about "A Just Middle East" concerned only with the I/P conflict, and demonizing Israel?
Even the massacres and torture of children and thousands of others in Syria has gotten no attention from "A Just Middle East". Yes, you republished a diary by someone else, but you didn't write your own. Instead it is all Israel criticism, all the time. There are 200 million people in the middle east, and maybe 8 million of them live in Israel and Palestine. That's 4%.
Why is "A Just Middle East" defined so narrowly? Obviously, we all know the answer to that, but I would like to have it articulated.
I think it is fraudulent and misleading to call this group "A Just Middle East" when all you do is criticize Israel. Just please be honest and call it the "We don't like Israel" group.
by fizziks on Wed Dec 14, 2011 at 01:59:07 PM PST"
The reason, of course, is that the progressive-left does not actually care about social justice or human rights.
Haven't we already established this fact?