More and more Kahane supporters lately - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Humanity
    • 14.03.13 | 18:52 (IST)

    I've seen more and more open support for Kahane and his ideals lately on the right-wing sites. There is no shame or trepidation about making their support known, no stigma, no fear of being seen as a racist/ethno-supremacist. This is the current in Israel that is not being curbed, so one has to seriously look at that and the fact that it is being promulgated and encouraged within Israel proper (not the illegal settlement/colonies in Palestine). But this was bound to happen to a group that has taught itself for 2,000 years that it is superior to the goyim. So no actual surprise that there are such vicious attacks against the 'other' (goyim). It was bound to happen and honestly, it shows the true face of the self-proclaimed 'chosen ones:' extremely ugly and disgusting. Don't like it? CHANGE!

    from the article: The silence after the lynch of Israel's Arabs
    First published 16:46 12.03.13 | Last updated 16:46 12.03.13
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