Focus below the line: Guardian readers ‘reflect’ on Israel and the Jews (June 20)

This post is part of a series which re-focuses on the problem of biased moderation at the Guardian’s blog ‘Comment is Free’ (CiF) – particularly, reader comments which are off-topic, ad hominem or antisemitic, and yet not deleted by their team of professional moderators. All of the following comments have been posted under ‘CiF’ op-eds which have nothing to do with the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Guardian commenter with the moniker, ‘NormBlunt‘.
10 June, 3:26pm
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11 June, 7:19pm
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11 June, 7:12pm
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10 June, 7:25pm
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11 June, 11:25pm
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Guardian commenter with the moniker, ferdous87
12 June, 2:20am
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13 June, 7:58am
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Guardian commenter with the moniker, ‘monkie‘.
11 June, 7:18pm
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Guardian commenter with the moniker ‘Chomskyfan.
12 June, 6:51am
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12 June, 8:44pm
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Again, these comments have NOT been deleted by ‘CiF’ moderators.

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