The 'Nazi’ law and the Rabin murder
The law proposed by the extreme right against use of the word 'Nazi’ and of Nazi symbols is an expression of denial of the Rabin assassination.
After a delay of 20 years the Israeli government remembered to pass a law - but the only scenario likely to justify it has already taken place. It happened when words and images served as incitement to violence, which reached its peak with the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Because it is clear that we are not witnessing a process in which the extreme right – at the...
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