I recently became a fan of Gideon Levy after he told me in his last article to imagine a world with no B'Tselem, New Israel, or other self-hating pseudo NGO's. That image of an Israel free of the chains of self-hating organizations was a wonderful thing. Now Levy has outdone himself. He's made me realize Amos Oz wasn't censored at all, but thankfully was only disinvited by doctors who have a problem with wishing mass murderers that they gain freedom to commit more murders. Once again I am indebted to Gideon Levy, a truly great journalist, thinker, and compassionate human being.
from the article: Who is sick enough to censor Amos Oz?