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    • chalom Schirman
    • 19.07.10 | 09:59 (IDT)

    Levy could be right and it is alarming! BUT The best way to avoid the development he predicts is for the leftists like him to stop backing systematically all the arch-enemies of Jews and Israel. By doing this as they are doing, they only make it impossible for good socio-democrats like me to join forces with them. The same "historical lesson" of the Weimar Republic happening again. Leftism is a real danger. in the world (leftists are at the forefront of antisemitism today with their allies the islamists) and in Israel too. Israeli university professors calling their foreign colleagues to boycott Israeli universities that is the very development that leads to a fascisation of our country. MKs taking an active part in the delitigimacy of our State , that is what precipitate people like me into supporting parties that we were previously condemning. So, I am afraid you may be right Mr Levy, but your kin is the primary source of the danger you denounce.

    from the article: It's coming to you
    First published 01:47 18.07.10 | Last updated 01:47 18.07.10
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