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    • Gilad144
    • 11.12.11 | 11:50 (IST)

    Gideon Levy has not understood what democracy means and he has not appreciated the freedom it has afforded him. The majority of Israeli's have allowed the extreme Left to "play" on the fringes. Unfortunately the "playing" has also involved working in the shadows and the Left have helped cause long term damage to the Jewish interests of Jewish Israeli's, their supporters and those loyal to the State of Israel as the only homeland for the Jewish people. Matters are now too serious to allow the Left the democratic freedoms they have enjoyed but have abused. Yes, abused. Working in the shadows, receiving funds from dubious individuals like George Soros, has now pushed then from the shadows to the public spotlight, where they rightfully should be lawfully and democratically held to account. We have reached a time in history (again), when the Left, who represent a small minority, must step back. Otherwise they will be crushed and this will be by their own making.

    from the article: Israel is in the midst of a culture war
    First published 03:07 11.12.11 | Last updated 03:07 11.12.11
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