Russia Today reporter: Israel uses 'Hitler methods'

Correspondent compares Israeli practices to the Nazis and infers from this that "history repeats itself."

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 2, 2013 19:26
Russia Today presenter claims Israel uses "Hitler's Methods"

Angry Russia Today woman. (photo credit: YouTube Screenshot)

 
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A correspondent for Russia Today accused Israel of using "Hitler method's" against the Palestinians on Saturday.

Abby Martin, a presenter for the Russian news channel, said that "Israel is the only country in the world that was paved for a specific group of people that experienced such horrific discrimination and genocide, and for that same group of people to now use Hitler's methods against another minority to maintain a Jewish majority, is insane."



"I guess it's true when they say history repeats itself," the presenter retorted.

In a short clip of Martin's tirade, she claims the Israeli government's "word just doesn't cut it," adding the part that "irks" her is its "utter hypocrisy."

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