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    • wayne
    • 13.04.10 | 06:49 (IDT)

    There was no comparison to state sponsored mass murder. If you read the post in full I spoke of Anat as a good Zionist who cares deeply anout Eretz Yisrael. Israel is, at its core, a moral force in the world. She wants to keep it that way. The point is that unless people do things to ensure that the unsavory elements don't get away with crimes, bad things happen. Nazi extermination campaigns were bad things on steroids --having lost that cousin, an aunt uncle and grandmother in the camps, I get it. But small crimes count too. And if you can't use an extreme to teach a lesson that applies in smaller ways, too -- then the knowledge of this history is useless. You can't be suggesting a taboo on lessons of history from the 30s and 40s unless there is blueprint for mass extermination, rather than smaller, perhaps more petty crimes against humanity -- or are you?

    from the article: Anat Kam: I stole IDF documents to expose West Bank war crimes
    First published 16:30 12.04.10 | Last updated 17:49 12.04.10
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