What would this reporter do if it were his home that was being removed from him? The people who conceived this expulsion may be of Jewish origin, but they are not Jewish. No doubt they would agree. They are "stateists" and do not count the individual as worth more than they can squeeze from him. These now-homeless people were not helped to find alternate housing, but left to rot, just like those expelled from Gush Katif. Only the policy makers are responsible for this horrid turn of events. Now they trying to rid themselves of free speech by condemning the professor who spoke his heart at the heat of events. It is the lack of Rachmanut (poorly translated as mercy) that is at the heart of those policy makers who feel the pain of the enemy, but not their own people.
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