David Ben Gurion, from "Letters to his son", 1937 "We will expel the Arabs and take their place. In each attack a decisive blow should be struck resulting in the destruction of homes and the expulsion of the population." Ben Gurion was a racist toward the Arabs and advocated their transfer out of Israel/Palestine. Yes, he believed in democracy but for Jews only. Whatever he wrote purporting to accept Arabs as equals was purely for the consumption of the Great Powers, upon whom Israel owes its existence.
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The greatness of the late Israeli actor stems from the fact that her own unique persona informed the credibility of all the characters she played.02:57 30.04.16 | 0 comments
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