The outgoing head of the IDF's computers and communications branch outlines the army's approach to cyber warfare and dealing with Hamas and Hezbollah in future confrontations.09:12 30.04.16 | 4 comments
you'd refer to herzl's & jabotinsky's DIARIES to define zionism as colonialism? i still maintain zionism has nothing to do w/that, the way colonialism as a word normally is used. just compare w/british /french colonialism /whatever. if you'd like a book reference i'd recommend a. oz' "tales on love & darkness" on that issue. much better "diary stuff" about people who actually made it to this land. you do have your terms confused. it's not about a simple dictionary definition, but about how the word "native" is used & how it works in a context like this. what you're saying would be true if this was only about where someone is born. i'm talking about it in the "indigenous" sense (ex. austral. aborigines /native americans) where attachement & claim to a territory is concerned. peoples in the ME have shifted, come & gone, so don't give me that simple picture, ok? (arabic spoken in palestine for millenia? HA!) the same w/the word "jewish". ask an athropologist, for god's sake. - cont.