His Israeli passport and religion 'is' of relevance. It seems when an individual with Jewish roots has been allegedly persecuted or discriminated against, their "Jewish" identity is made public and indicated, and this holds true in the media as well. However, when somebody that has Jewish roots commited a crime or murder, their Jewish identity is hidden from the public. Another situation is, when an individual with Jewish roots has made an amazing disovery, his/her Jewish roots are noted blatantly by the press and Jewish organizations.
Harry, I'm not a bigot at all. It's a shame you must resort to cheap name calling (calling someone 'bigot', or "anti-semitic", for example) when you have no other argument to support your claims. You can continue name calling and labeling people as much as you desire. I refuse to resort to such low tactics even when I'm not the one who initially instigated the name calling.
Really, Ive never heard that before?
You learned something new ShelleyS! Have you bothered to read the "Annual US State Department's Trafficking in Persons report" for which there is a link in the previous mentioned article I provided?