If only we would listen to Haaretz.... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Billy
    • 20.07.10 | 00:14 (IDT)

    Burston, like Gideon Levy and the rest of his fellow Haaretz writers, shows once again that "if only" Israeli's would do what they want, if only we would listen to our "enlightened" American and European brothers, this country would be moving in the right direction. Your insipid romanticizing of being a minority and all of the wonderful charector traits it bestowed on us is sickening. If you thing being a minorty is so enlightening, they become one. Go back to America.

    from the article: American Jews without Israel, Israel without U.S. Jews
    First published 16:03 19.07.10 | Last updated 16:03 19.07.10
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