Amos Oz wins prize at Italy book fair despite calls for boycott - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yousef Nasser
    • 19.05.10 | 00:58 (IDT)

    Amos Oz is a good guy, he was one of the first Zionist to question the oppression of the Palestinian people. All-be-it from a ethical point of view. But that was it. Now to state that you would boycott that country if the country was involved in developing a nuclear bomb, than wake up, and do not be a hopocrate. Do no be selective. Do you seriously not know that Israel has a nuclerar bomb? Give me a break! Be consistant. We are no longer Ignorant peasants. Educationally we caught up to you. Soon we will catch up in all other fields, and then we will streach our hand to you, and maybe if you feel secure enough we will live side by side. Wake up, fools.

    from the article: Amos Oz wins prize at Italy book fair despite calls for boycott
    First published 02:12 18.05.10 | Last updated 02:12 18.05.10
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