No. Most emphatically not. If one asks a modified question, 'are there Israelis which are indistinguishable from the Nazis' then the problem gets quite difficult. There is no one living beyond the Green Line who has not engaged in the very essential belief of the Nazis. The belief that the Chosen Race has the right to the Living Room of inferior races. Yet the vast majority of Israelis do not live beyond the Green Line. Rather, they choose to ignore what goes on beyond that line. They closely resemble those Germans were were told to embrace during the Cold War. The 'Good Germans' that did not approve of Hitler yet condoned and permitted his actions. Kurt Waldheim, that man from the East Reich, reunited with Germany, a man who tried very hard to atone by his actions for his actions as a Nazi. Anyone remember him? How to consider a man who spent most of his life atoning for the sins of is youth? How do we consider a nation which prided itself upon being a moral light unto the world in it's youth, yet has spent most of it's existence being exactly what it deplored in Nazi Germany? i recommend a kind view of both. I only hope that Israel will some day overcome it's infatuation with dreams of racial superiority and carving living room out of the lives of the inferior people to the east. I wish that someday Israel will join Kurt Waldheim in atonement by good acts for what it has done since it's tragic victory in 1967.
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