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They're Not Just Prejudiced Against Jews
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Palestinian Media Watch translates and reprints an article from Al Hayat Al Jadida, the Palestinian Authority’s official daily, that’s chock full of racial references to National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice:
“My enthusiasm for George Bush II increased after he entered the White House and upon his choice to appoint to his administration two people from among the colored, a first in the history of American regime, the first: Secretary of State Colin Powell, and the second: National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. We said then, both in private and in public, that these two colored senior officials are a part of the Third World, even if only due to the color of their skin, which should be reflected in their heart and soul, and inspire in them empathy for the problems of this Third World, whose situation is similar to that of their kinsmen among the neglected blacks of the country of Uncle Sam…
“But what happened after that was embarrassing and astonishing, and perhaps what happened with the dark complexioned lady, or, more accurately: black, the National Security Advisor evokes sadness and distress… What compounds the astonishment is that the Black Lady always makes a point, whether the opportunity presents itself or not, of denouncing the Palestinians to the point where her positions and statements have come to be nearly daily lessons to the American people and the world.”


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