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    • Joe
    • 07.03.10 | 22:36 (IST)

    It is the only hopeful sign I see coming from Israel and that is there are Jews who refuse to be blinded by ideology and tribalism. It is people like Avraham Burg that Zionism should have given birth to in this land - a true humanist - but instead we get the gang from the book of Joshua - the genocidal fringe who indulge in scorched earth fanaticism and indulge in worshiping the golden calf of colonialism. In the end, Zionism will do more than just destroy Israel but it will do more harm to Judaism and the Jewish people than it's worst enemies throughout history could have dreamed about. It's time for the real Jews of the Torah - the God fearing and justice seeking ones - to stand up and be counted. Who will stand with Avraham? Or will he be crucified for speaking the truth?

    from the article: Once justice dwelled in Jerusalem, now settlers do
    First published 01:33 07.03.10 | Last updated 10:16 07.03.10
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