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    • Zev Davis
    • 31.10.12 | 12:23 (IST)

    The "elites" who represnt the Secularist Zionist do treat often treat the "recent immigrants" with disdain. haim Guri sometime ago made derisive comments about North African Jews, veteran moshaving were known to prement Ethiopin immigrant children from entering the qusi-private swimming pools they ran"for profit". President Nvon was quoed once at an exhibition to clebrate the centernary of one of the historn Moshaviot that he might not as well been heree--he was descented from olim from Tuinisa who arrived in the counry in 1721. That and other instances of "racism" towards people aren't Ashkenazim or socialists, or othewise "enlightened" are not uncommon among these elites. Again, Lieberman may not beas honest as he iought to be, but . . . the facs on the ground speak for themselves that the Ashkenazi elises for some reason have a problem with people who are not l"like them".

    from the article: When 'enlightened' means xenophobic
    First published 06:36 31.10.12 | Last updated 06:36 31.10.12
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