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PART 1: Why did empathy in Israel become a zero-sum affair?

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Robi Damelin (right) and Bushra Awad, two bereaved mothers, an Israeli and a Palestinian, who are members of the Parents Circle - Families ForumCredit: Dan Peretz
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Pundits, politicians, and plain folks are enraged at those who express sympathy for the parents of slain terrorists; on one side, they claim, are those who love life, and on the other those who glorify death. Why did empathy become a zero-sum affair?

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