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Anti-Semitism charges won't halt critics of shelling

On Aug. 11, I read what can only be described as one of the most preposterous letters ever submitted to The Journal Gazette. The writer's main point was that anyone who dares to object to the recent slaughter of hundreds of Palestinian women and children by the Jews of Israel is an anti-Semite.

My response is simple:

If objecting to the wanton killing of scores of innocent children by the Israelis makes me an anti-Semite, then I will wear the badge proudly. Killing children is reprehensible no matter who does it, and I will continue to object regardless of whatever race card people want to play.

KENNETH THOMAS

Fort Wayne

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