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    • Aaron G.
    • 12.10.10 | 23:12 (IST)

    This delegitimizing of Arab Israelis by Lieberman, this pointing to them as a sinister internal force to be wary of and ultimately rooted out, this setting them apart as not "true" Israelis, is terribly close to what Goebbels and his henchmen did to the Jewish Germans in the 1930's. It always starts with something like this. Make no mistake: Lieberman's goal is the expulsion of the Arab Israelis, a "Final Solution" tailored to these times. He is only waiting, as did Goebbels, for the fog of war, the cover of some major conflict, such as a conflict with Iran, to execute this Endlösung. Count on it. The parallel is not exact, and you can always find inexactitudes and ambiguities to distract from the main point, but Lieberman and Goebbels are fellow travellers in their attitudes to how mankind should solve its problems. I say to Israelis: NOT IN YOUR NAME.

    from the article: Lieberman: Palestinians may try to form autonomous Arab regions within Israel
    First published 16:54 12.10.10 | Last updated 16:54 12.10.10
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