Attack is the best defense against the EU
There is no question that the government fell asleep at the wheel, but aside from concerted diplomatic action, it still has direct and indirect means of applying pressure.
Some people tried to enlist the symbolism of the day and hastened to dub the upcoming boycott by the European Union a “Tisha B’Av attack.” They were right, but not in the sense that they meant − of economic sanctions, followed by political sanctions, against Israel. There’s nothing new about the plan; European foreign ministers announced its main tenets back in December 2012. At the time, there...
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