Age, Akiva, is only one of the factors for attaining wisdom - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Abecassis
    • 04.01.10 | 16:16 (IST)

    I wish I could suggest that the writer of this Article has developed for the past 70 years; he is still functioning in the firmament of Golda Meir whose attitude "The White's Man Burden" she still kept even as Prime Minister: and when confronted by the demands for Justice by the Black Power, she had "the common-sense" by saying "there are not nice, they don't speak Yeddish". Akiva has grown in years but he keeps repeating himself in the hope that otheras will see through his compassion and civil discourse between Palistinians and Israelis. He revert to the Anti-Colonialism of the 60s without discerning the changes that occur since then, and would like you to believe that a case in SA, where 40Million people were led by 4million suprematic group, is at the same level in a small piece of land that 6million Jews are in charge of less than 3million whose majority call for a State, in different piece of land. Even If I were to consider Akiva as an ethnograph, he wouldn't even understand .

    from the article: Are Israel and apartheid South Africa really different?
    First published 01:09 04.01.10 | Last updated 13:47 04.01.10
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