But that's the problem, Akiva - they keep all these things well hidden from the vast majority of Israelis - - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 19.07.10 | 19:27 (IDT)

    Who themselves - for their own peace of mind - prefer that it be kept that way. Israel is in its first stages of becoming a full fledged fascist state, and its people are doing the exact same thing, for the exact same reasons, that others have done as its evil began taking root in their country: they're buying into its nationalist fervor and patriotic rhetoric, while closing their minds and eyes to the details of the injustice, persecution, and oppression it involves. The fault of course is NOT with the state of Israel - it's with the fascist who are increasingly in control of its government. IT is THEY who are not worthy of your allegiance - only keep in mind by denying that allegiance, you will become an "enemy" of the state and subject to arrest and confinement according to the laws they will enact defining you as such. And none will raise a voice in your defense, lest THEY be perceived the same.

    from the article: I am not declaring loyalty
    First published 01:15 19.07.10 | Last updated 01:15 19.07.10
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