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    • Dan
    • 29.04.10 | 04:22 (IDT)

    Mr. Levy claims Israel drastically lacks freedom of the Press. What other country in the region would permit him to criticize his own government in the fashion he does? He does not face the threat of imprisonment or physical trauma. Furthermore, he points to polls that indicate the majority of Israelis disagree with what Anat Kamm did and claims their views are anti-democratic. Is it not possible that they disagreed not with what she sought to achieve, but HOW she sought to achieve it. Who is he to tell the majority what to believe? Is that democracy?

    from the article: Israel's tyranny of the majority is dangerous
    First published 01:50 29.04.10 | Last updated 06:52 29.04.10
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