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Down With Occupation, Viva Apartheid

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Zvi Bar'el
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A photo of Dr. Zvi Bar'el.
Zvi Bar'el

Oh, the hysteria that gripped the proud Jewish nation. Prime Minister Yair Lapid dared say the forbidden words “two states for two peoples.” It was as though he spoke the explicit name of God aloud. Drums rolled. After all, the detractors said, it’s technically impossible. We’d have to evict at least 150,000, maybe 200,000 settlers. A guaranteed civil war. A rift not seen since the biblical kingdom was sundered into Israel and Judah.

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