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    • anonymous
    • 31.10.10 | 15:15 (IST)

    Israel is becoming a fascist state. One that always claims to be a victim. Turkey plays this part well, instead of admitting to the Armenian genocide, they say the Turks are the victims instead. Turkey is a fascist state. A fascist state that still wants to get in the EU, Germany has made reparations to the Jews; Kurds are reconciling with the Armenians faster than the Turks are. There are democrats in Germany and in Kurdistan. Turkey is still missing an element of democracy; not giving equal rights to minorities. Can they ever achieve that before they become a backward Islamic state? Is Israel becoming a backward undemocratic state? It seems like it. Where are civil rights too for gays or women and for arabs living in Israel? I think it is the fault of the Israeli educational system that wants them to be always the victim. The educational system would have to be changed; but I don't read about that happening.

    from the article: Israel is proud to present: The aggressor-victim
    First published 01:29 31.10.10 | Last updated 01:29 31.10.10
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