From: "Dr James B Thring" <email@example.com> Date: 21 April 2009 10:56:43 BDT To: "Letters ed Guardian" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Racism at the UN Conference Reply-To: <Dr James B Thring> BRANDON HOUSE WALLAGE LANE ROWFANT SUSSEX RH10 4NL phone: 01342 714 677 e-mail: email@example.com 21st April 2009 my ref: SSD ox Palestine Gua 21Ap9 The Editor The GUARDIAN London Dear Sir UN Anti-Racism Conference It is shameful of the UK to orchestrate a walk-out of European and other states from the UN Conference in objection to President Ahmadi-Nejad's speech. First, he was bravely denouncing Israeli Apartheid in Palestine, which your report avoided mentioning (Ahmadinejad's attack on Israel triggers walkout at UN racism conference, 21 April). Anthony Lerman redresses the omission (Comment) but in a humourous fashion that would not be tolerated were Jews being persecuted in their own land. Second, Ahmadi-Nejad can hardly be racist since, as a Persian, he is defending another race, the largely Semitic Palestinians, against the exclusive and cruel policies of the largely Semitic Jews occupying most of their country. It is the bigots appeasing Israeli Apartheid who expose their intolerance and racism and their subservience to the Israeli lobby, by hypocritically and disrespectfully walking out instead of debating solutions to the conflict, in Mr Gooderham's words;'driving a coach and horses through the principles of tolerance and mutual respect that the conference was supposed to stand for' . Yours faithfully Dr James B Thring, retired architect-planner, founder 'Ministry of Peace', author of 'Crimes against the Palestinians' and 'Peace with Iran' published by the Ministry of Peace.
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