Comment: he should be allowed in debate, but not a zionist

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he should be allowed in debate, but not a zionist

why do you even want to portray him as a zionist anyway? freedom implies fairness to worship any way that doesn't hurt others. as i understand it zionism implies that one race and religion is superior to all others and should dominate even if it means hurting, killing or stealing from others, right?

but if they really wanted a debate they'd invite someone who is not just there to kiss butt. obviously they do not want a real debate that could expose the public to different points of view (points of view that are very commonly held by the citizens of Israel itself, but are "blacked out" here in the "land of the free, and home of the brave").