because the Israeli government is attempting to continue with assumptions, ploys, denials, subversions of truth - and tactics of deception, misdirection, and misrepresentation - that have long since been rendered transparent and obsolete by the internet and communications media made available by today's rapidly improving technology. To quote Bob Dylan, "The Times They Are A-Changin'", and so too is international perception and its values regarding justice and human rights. What Israel decries as "growing anti-Semitism", in response to the increasing international criticism of late, is actually a reflection of a "growing awareness" by the international community. That awareness isn't going to just fade away. Instead, it's going to become increasingly more acute, making it imperative that the Israeli government come to terms with the need to end its occupations, settlement building, and the practices and policies it utilizes in their support. "The Times They Are A-Changin'"(Bob Dylan, 1963) - it fits the situation like a glove.
Suspected assailant in car-ramming attack in West Bank shot (Haaretz)
from the article: Political Israel does not understand the new world