The author criticizes Netanyahu for mentioning the holocaust in front of Congress, and not at all for AIPAC. Mr. Pfeffer forgets to mention that Jews are obviously very aware of the lessons of the holocaust, whereas US politicians may or may not share the same concerns. Drawing a parallel between history and modern times is necessary to prevent things like genocide. To call it the "holocaust card" is beyond absurd and pretty sickening. And did you mention "goyim" in your article Mr. Pfieffer? Why are you addressing the Haaretz readership as if we were all Jews— Maybe you should take a hint from Netanyahu and learn your audience.
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