At least, let's give her the benefit of the doubt and assume it's unconcious: "Solodkin said that when she reads research published by the "modern historians,"he finds in them "many lies similar to the false history taught in the Soviet Union." " Actually, she is participating in a process analogous to what went on in the Soviet Union -- but she's putting herself on the wrong side. That clamping down on that brief flowering of free thought that occurred after the Revolution. Close the gates and man the ramparts! No one may slander our glorious revolution of the workers and peasants! Ever vigilant against bourgois intellectual counter-revolutionaries! Thought-crime. YOu folks need legislation against thought-crime. Want to build your perfect Israel, don't you?
Germany warns of possible attacks on public transport in Istanbul (Reuters)
from the article: MKs demand the author of blood libel book be prosecuted