FIRST: Dino, I'm afraid I confused you with #17: the Voice of reason! I apologize; sorry about that! MY ANSWERS TO BOTH GENTLEMEN: Mass-hysteria; incitement to violence, which we all witnessed last week-end as Salah called for a third intifada, is an agitation to mass-hysteria. Stirring up people's emotions with the help of unfounded information, lies that is, is a vicious tool to make people furious in order to make them act violently against a particular "target" of hatred; here Israelis. Hitler applied the same methods and ANY agitator, who wants to flare up violence, applies them. There is a pattern. In case you gentlemen are intersted in learning more about this rather psychological human behaviour, I recommend to you some reading as follows: Erich Fromm, all his books are excellent, but in his "A Destructive Person", he concentrates only on the famous nazis like Himmler in order to explain evil. Another book worthwhile reading, is M.Scott Peck's; "the Road Less Travelled".
Israeli ambassador to U.K.: Elements of left 'in denial' about 'disease' of anti-Semitism (Haaretz)
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