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    • Michael
    • 06.10.11 | 17:42 (IST)

    Civil War - here it comes. If Israelis are worried about what BDS will do to their international legitimacy they are worrying about the wrong thing! And you won't be able to blame the Palestinians for this violence. Netanyahu cannot control these lunatics as he has no idea which of the IDF or police will support the settlers and which will support the state... A scary time for the rule of law in Israel. But I'm afraid the govt only have themselves to blame

    from the article: Dozens of settlers surround IDF patrol in West Bank and assault soldiers
    First published 17:15 06.10.11 | Last updated 17:15 06.10.11
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