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Very well put

Reader comment on: Israeli Apartheid Week's Distortion of Reality

Submitted by Josh Brewster (United States), Mar 17, 2010 12:37

I appreciate Susser's comments here, especially:

"Prejudice is recognized by its three constituent practices: it singles out its subject; it then applies a double standard to the subject's behavior; which is, of course, forever guilty."

Stand and fight, Israel. That's all the Arabs respect. All of these platitudes about "peace process", etc., has been revealed for the lie that it is. If the Arabs wanted peace, there would be peace.

The world's anti-Semitism in the modern age operates under the banner of "anti-Zionism." Zionism, a term now completely perverted and warped by generations of academics, leftists, fringe right-wingers and conspiracy theorists. Unfortunately, it is their definition of Zionism which many under the age of 40, worldwide, have accepted.

--Josh in LA


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⇒ Very well put [121 words]

Josh Brewster 

Mar 17, 2010 12:37

Israeli Appartheid [239 words]

Sherry Gilman 

Mar 16, 2010 17:50

Susser's conclusion is right - his explanation is wrong. [269 words]

Mel Shalev 

Mar 16, 2010 06:50

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