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    • Richard
    • 17.03.13 | 00:19 (IST)

    The anti-Zionist position - focusing on the inherent problems with Zionism - basically just falls apart when you look for 5 seconds at the alternative, which is not secular utopia, but a Palestinian Nationalism or Islamism that is much worse in every way. I see some integrity in being disgusted with the whole situation, but "Zionism is the problem" is displays either staggering ignorance or intellectual dishonesty.

    from the article: Days before Obama visit, NYT publishes pro-Palestinian manifesto
    First published 21:31 16.03.13 | Last updated 21:31 16.03.13
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