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Roger Waters' Crocodile Tears Reek of Hypocrisy

Uri Misgav
Uri Misgav
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Uri Misgav
Uri Misgav

Bookshelves in the 1990s were adorned by a sparkling novel called “When Nietzsche Wept,” written by psychiatrist-novelist Irving Yalom. This book unavoidably came to mind upon reading Gideon Levy’s article in Haaretz, “When Roger Waters Wept,” written in the wake of the latest round of hostilities in the Gaza Strip. “Roger Waters wept yesterday. It was on Twitter,” wrote Levy. “No decent person could remain impassive upon seeing this musician weep. Waters, the great man of conscience.”

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