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July 09, 2006



I read this piece when it was published. Oddly enough, no where was it ever identified what excessive testing meant or if there was an increase in abortions (as the Dr. seemed to be claiming) what test results had led to those abortions. Furthermore, there was no mention of the genetic problems unfortunately all too common in certain Jewish groups.

Frankly, I think this is a case of excellent health care being mocked. If you have good health care in the U.S., you will have the ultrasounds, the genetic screening, quad test (testing for fetal anomolies)... all without an indication of a problem. If there is reason to be concerned, you will recieve more tests. But of course, that is only if you have good insurance in the U.S. Israelis all have good insurance.. why should they not have outstanding care?


Good point Lisa.

Furthermore, on the political "apartheid" side of things all Israelis have free Health Insurance - that's Arabs and Jews.


I can't believe that Jews hate blind, deaf and dwarfted children so much, that they are willing to ensure that they are never even born!

I get that kind of warped logic, it still is logical by all definitions :)

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