If you had paid attention to Professor Avineri's extrapolations you might have noticed that he did make allowances for marginal groups trying to put into question Israel's right to exist, but that no legitimate country in the world with whom Israel has diplomatic relations and who is a member of the U.N. ever publicly or through diplomatic channels ever voiced such diatribes.
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from the article: No one is questioning Israel's legitimacy
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