Delegitimization of Israel is LIBEL, therefore Israel 'ld sue anybody who does and take such individuals or countries to the Hague - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aliza
    • 24.06.13 | 22:42 (IDT)

    for deligitimization of Israel is a crime against humanity, bc it is a an incitement to an ethnic cleansing of the Jewish state. In the civilized West deligitimazion of any sovereign country / nation is unheard of and most offensive: it does not occur onto anybody's mind to deligitimize Japan or Brazil or France or etc. .... we take for granted that independent countries exist and have a self-evident right to exist, and Israel as one nation among the nations is no exception. Delegitimazing Israel is a repetition of the persecution of the Jews during the second world war and it is MEAN! 'I hoped we had grown out of anti-semitism by now 68 years after the IIWW rather than reliving it again, this time as anti-Israel, which is the same old anti-semitism but its target is now Israel.

    from the article: Hoenlein to Haaretz: World Jewry must say 'enough' to delegitimization of Israel
    First published 19:41 24.06.13 | Last updated 19:41 24.06.13
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