Funny how that works. Only in Israel can a hard core Nazi sympathizer (Shameer) eventually become foreign minister (as crazy as that is). Yet decades change people though group psychology doesn't seem so malleable. I think you can still see a survival of the way Stern, Shameer, and others saw Hitler in the Israeli alliance with the religious right in the USA. Yet for all her faults, Israel is one of the most pluralistic nations in the region. With any luck, no single religious/ethnic group will have a majority in a few decades anyway and one will have a state whose democratic foundation would be unparalleled in the Middle East.
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It is impossible to accurately assess how much damage the latest episodes of racism caused Labour, but at least in two constituencies which include Jewish communities, the party suffered losses.15:39 06.05.16 | 0 comments