During the second Intifada, we heard from Israelis...... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Swiss (Dino)
    • 07.03.10 | 10:21 (IST)

    ....that one could not expect from them to demonstrate in masses for peace, while bombs were going off every second day in their cafes, shopping centers etc. Fair enough, that was understandable. However, that's no longer the case today, there are no more suicide bombings in Israel, and even the Quassams have pretty much stopped coming into Sderot. But still we see no Israeli peace camp on the streets of Tel Aviv, Haifa or Jerusalem whats- oever. A few courageous Israeli citizens, yes, but that's about it. I'm afraid, the "Intifada-excuse" has gone once and for all, my dear Israeli friends, and if you don't want people abroad to see it as a cheap excuse, you better start showing some street-action, and if possible not only for the good music....

    from the article: There has never been an Israeli peace camp
    First published 01:33 07.03.10 | Last updated 08:17 07.03.10
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