Where Is the Handyman?

The homogeneous Zionist left and center remember the Arabs only when they need their vote, the handymen of elections.

When Meir Kahane was elected to the Knesset in 1984 a moral panic over racism was orchestrated, sweeping the entire Jewish political spectrum. Including Likud. The campaign was wary of solidarity with the Arabs. The motive for the struggle was of course to rescue "the real Zionism." In the Knesset a boycott was imposed. Every time Kahane spoke, the MKs walked out, and during the voting his proposals...