Provocateur not anything else, but someone who IS SELF-HATING JEW He is aNTI-israel read his comments on wikipedia - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    During the 2011 Libyan civil war, Falk published an op-ed in Al Jazeera against the proposals for military intervention. Falk stated in the article that military intervention was illegal under international law, and that "the Gaddafi government, however distasteful on humanitarian grounds, remains the lawful diplomatic representative of a sovereign state". Falk also stated that any intervention would be pro-insurgency rather than counter-insurgency, and criticized politicians who supported intervention, arguing that "it seems that many of the Republicans focused on the deficit although cutting public expidentures punishes the poor at a time of widespread unemployment and home foreclosures would not mind ponying up countless billions to finance acts of war in Libya".[64] In another op-ed in Today's Zaman, Falk argued that unlike protests in other countries, the Libyan opposition was reliant on military force "almost from the start", and that Gaddafi's political reaction was fully justified as an "expression of Libyan self-determination". He also claimed that the intervention was not to protect civilians from attack, but to ensure a rebel victory and the defeat of Gaddafi.[65]****why not the same right for Israel.

    from the article: ADL calls on UN human rights chief to condemn Richard Falk for anti-Semitic cartoon
    First published 16:24 08.07.11 | Last updated 16:24 08.07.11
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