Gideon Levy suggests that throughout the years, not enough - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 04.11.07 | 15:40 (IST)

    has transpired by the majority of Israelis and the Jewish community-at-large to be continually critical of ineffective policies culminating in the complexities we're in - increase in building settlements, uncompromising governments with regards to the Palestinian conflict, etc. Rallies with celebirties are not enough to pressure governments to change. It's a valid point when Gideon Levy questions why at a peace rally the majority attending/supporting Israelis are predominantly "self-described Ashkenazi, secular, leftists and peace-loving"? The citizenry of Israel is not represented by them only, so it's troubling that the voices of peace are not heard by the religious, the Mizrahim, etc. in larger numbers. Where are they? PS. Fox, just to let you know that when I was in Israel, Gideon Levy was a household name - quite known.

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    First published 00:00 04.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.11.07
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