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    • jpmorgan
    • 06.01.11 | 15:28 (IST)

    The issue isn't the existence of a legitimate left camp. Noone has a problem with Beilin or Amnon Rubinstein or Zehava Galon. One might vehemently disagree with them but acknowledge their right and even democratic obligation to fight for their beliefs. But when people open a tax exempt NGO which is funded by foreign entities (governments, international agencies etc.) who are openly anti-Israel and to raise their blood money they betray their own country by spreading lies as truths and supporting the deletimization of the country in the world they should at the lease be held to rules of transparency and oversight. If they re;ceive money directly or indirectly from enemy states or organizations they are probably violating israeli criminal law. If they want tax exempt status and all kinds of special rights (like standing in court) they cannot refuse total transparency so we all know what their real agenda (other than personal enrichment and grandeur with the jew hater sof the world) and real supporters are.

    from the article: When did it become illegal to be a Leftist in Israel?
    First published 03:30 06.01.11 | Last updated 03:30 06.01.11
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