is partial and not completely honest. Here is proof : he says : "One does not boycott the only society in the Middle East where Arabs read a free press, demonstrate when they wish to do so, send representatives to parliament, and enjoy their rights as citizens." I say Levy forgets one important thing to mention : ocupation. Don't get me wrong, I advocate the idea that Judea and Samaria are jewish ancestors land for more than 3000 years. But according to the law, which every democratic state has to obey to, at this moment and under these circumstations Judea and Samaria are not Israeli land, but palestinian land and under occupation. Levy is referring to free press and fredome of demonstration and arab Knesset members. Levy is only telling half the truth. The palestinians in Judea and Samaria have no right to vote for the Knesset. I could go on with more arguments but this is enough to make my point. While I agree with most of Levy's arguments, I dont buy his story. Its just not correct. sorry Levy, you didn't convince me.
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