Exorcism is not a Jewish practice it is a pagan one. The Judaism I grew up with taught me to love my neighbor as myself. Not more, but also not less. It taught me to treat the stranger in my midst with kindness until that stranger is a stranger no more. What this article is preaching is to remove anyone who opposes Mr. Leibler's views. He doesn't say how this is to be done. Let's be clear, no-one is exploiting either Rabin or philanthropists from abroad or universities. A professor has a right to an opinion, a dovish Nobel prize-winner too. Philanthropists from abroad WHO LOVE ISRAEL also give to organizations that oppose the occupation. No exploitation there. And Rabin? There's no sign that Rabin would not have pushed forward with his plans. He'd made his decision.
Chief PA negotiator Erekat: Talks to minimize IDF control in W. Bank's Area A ended (Haaretz)
from the article: Response / On 'exorcising' Israel bashers from the Jewish mainstream