On which side is Yossi standing? If he wants to quote "history" it seems to me he is in the camp of the "Roman sympathizers, Herodians", who as we all know do not exist today. But since he leaves out the Jewish context he misses the whole point (we are not like other nations and do not know G-ds full plan).
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PM asked for clarification of deputy IDF chief's speech comparing Israel to 1930s Germany (Haaretz)
from the article: For Jerusalem, a response to Elie Wiesel