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Israel introduced the biggest dispossession plan of Palestinians since 1948

Israeli government approved a new plan to displace 30,000 Bedouins. The biggest dispossession plan since 1948 would forcibly relocate about half of the Bedouin population from their existing villages, which are older than the state of Israel itself, into existing small towns or townships, designated specifically for the Bedouins by the state. Continue reading

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Another blind eye

Originally posted in Hebrew on 15.11.2010. About two years ago I witnessed the assault of Mikhael Menkin of “Breaking the Silence” by Noam Federman (a Kahane activist), whilst on a peaceful tour in a public place. The tour was part … Continue reading

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Oh no! He killed Arabs…

Originally posted in Hebrew, on 31.7.2010 | Translation by Dena Shunra The Shabak recently released to the press the details of the capture of a man who claims to have killed several Palestinians (with a 12 year delay!) and declared … Continue reading

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Our Terrorists Manage Without Yishai’s Help

Originally posted in Hebrew on Walla!News, on 31.8.2008 :: Translation by Dena Shunra Shas chair, the minister Eli Yishai, has recently determinedly opposed the release of Palestinian prisoners, as it did not include a “balanced” release of Jews, who have … Continue reading

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The Oslo Wiki-Leak

Israel is always displeased of its image abroad, but only rarely of her own real actions. While Lieberman is busy in finding and even paying some inidividuals and PR offices in Europe, to improve the Israeli image abroad, without linking … Continue reading

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What if one day the majority (of Israeli-Jews) wouldn’t want to be the (Jewish-)Majority?

The original post was posted on Jan. 30, 2009. Translation by Alizah Benchetrit. The state of Israel is not both Jewish and Democratic. It is Jewish, but employs a degree of political freedom, in order to gain legitimacy. I will … Continue reading

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