To Jehudah Ben Israel from Qatzrin - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Maxine Tsvaigrach
    • 18.05.10 | 09:08 (IDT)

    Speak for yourself. I am an Israeli like you, and I want him to be allowed to speak here, as do many people infinitely more enlightened than yourself. It is a moral disgrace that this country is slowly being taken over by people with anti-democratic ideas such as yours who would deny someone who does not agree with you the right to speak here. By the way, since you obviously do not know, Noam Chomsky does not object to the existence of Israel. He supports the two-state solution and is against an academic boycott of Israel. Yes, he is against the occupation, but so is any sane, halfway morally decent Jew and Israeli in the world. Instead of trying to drown out our critics with hysterical rants of "self-hating Jew" and "enemy of Israel", we should listen to them because they are trying to save us from ourselves.

    from the article: After banned by Israel, Chomsky to give Bir Zeit lecture by video from Amman
    First published 02:12 18.05.10 | Last updated 02:12 18.05.10
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