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    • Vlad Teppes
    • 16.10.13 | 19:19 (IDT)

    From this article I cannot tell the difference between the political left and ordinary humanism, shared also by right wing views. As for the occupation, it´s a very naive perspective... To quote Lapid´s wise words in this matter, we shouldn´t be looking for a happy marriage with the palestinians, but for a divorce. That´s what this impossible peace should be about.

    from the article: Ultimately, Israeli leftism is based on one’s view of the occupation
    First published 05:00 16.10.13 | Last updated 18:14 15.10.13
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