Shlomo Avineri's op ed on delegitmization - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Roland Freudenstein
    • 29.06.11 | 12:43 (IDT)

    I disagree. It is true that some Israeli conservatives have a clear interest in diverting attention from "67" by saying it's all about "48". I would say it's about both. Contrary to what Shlomo Avineri says, in Europe, the discourse on questioning Israel's right to exist AS A JEWISH STATE is well underway, even in Germany. The alleged parallels to South Africa under apartheid are pointed out all the time. It's not government policy yet, but that may come. I wrote an article on this in the January 2011 issue of Politische Meinung (google it). In the end, even paranoids have real enemies.

    from the article: No one is questioning Israel's legitimacy
    First published 02:59 29.06.11 | Last updated 02:59 29.06.11
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