In full page NYT ad, liberal Zionist group calls for ethnic segregation to retain Jewish majority within Israel

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The Daniel S. Abraham Center for Peace, a prominent liberal Zionist Israel lobbying group, purchased a full-page newspaper advertisement in Friday’s edition of the New York Times, calling for the immediate separation of Israelis and Palestinians into separate countries to keep Israel as a Jewish majority state.

“Separation between Israelis and Palestinians is Essential. No separation today means a Palestinian majority by 2020,” warned the public service announcement.

Israel’s population is about 20 percent Palestinian, so what the ad rejects is Israel having to be responsible for millions of more Palestinians who are now living in-not-their own state. At the same time, the head of the organization, Clinton ally former Florida Congressman Robert Wexler, denies that there is something called an occupation in the West Bank. There is the not-so-subtle Trumpian suggestions that the Palestinian citizens of Israel will be living elsewhere if the two-state solution happens. Maybe they’ll go willingly to live in a country now foreign to them. Maybe not. Remains to be seen. But this suggests large, (maybe coerced who knows?) transfers of people are the only way to ensure peace and order between Jews and Arabs, as the ad refers to them.

“It’s Time for Separation,” the advertisement explains. “Separation today means a Jewish majority, State of Israel now and for Generations ahead.” 

Or, as Alabama Gov. George Wallace put it: “Segregation now! Segregation tomorrow! Segregation forever!” 

In 1968, Wallace ran for president of the United States as a “Dixiecrat,” a dissident Southern Democrat outraged by their party leadership’s support for ending segregation in the South. (Like the Confederates he idolized, he also lost, but carried five Deep South states.) Democrats are coming to a similar impasse over the question of Palestinian rights, and how much they matter. Some Democrats are on the side of the segregationists, but this time they’re the leadership. And the Times helped get the word out about Two State Segregation. 

The Daniel S. Abraham Center for Peace, run by a former Democratic Florida congressman Robert Wexler, bought the advertisement to run during the United Nations General Assembly, where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday renewed his own call for a two-state solution, and invited Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to speak before the Knesset. President Abbas said settlements were destroying any chance of a two-state solution, and he would bring the matter up at the United Nations. 

This isn’t the first time the Center has bought advertising in the Times. In 2015, around Hannukah, the group had said the creation of “demilitarized Palestinian state is not a gift to the Palestinians,” but in Israel’s best interest. “The only way Israel can remain a Jewish, democratic state is the Palestinians have a Palestinian state.”

How the “demilitarizing of the Palestinians” was going to work, the advertisement didn’t explain.” The Abraham Center for Peace has all sorts of charts and helpful brochures about the numbers of “Core Jews,” “Arabs,” and “Others” living there. The map and text in the

The map and text in the Times makes clear the reason the group is so determined to implement a two-state solution is the fear of the dilution of the Jewishness of Israel.

What’s confusing to me, as a reader, about the advertisement is what this means for Palestinian citizens of Israel. Are they supposed to retreat to the West Bank and Gaza Strip? Are the Palestinians in the occupied territories going to stop having kids? The paranoia about Israel losing its Jewish majority is unmistakable. The fear of a binational state is also spelled out in black and white.

“According to a recent poll, 97 percent of Israeli Jews want to live in a Jewish state. Without a two-state solution, Israel will end up as a binational state, half-Jewish and half-Arab,” it reads. “In a few more years, it will be too late. The dream of a Jewish state will be lost.”

And it specifically calls out Netanyahu, “Mr. Prime Minister, your people want to live in Jewish state, not half-Jewish, half-Arab — you can make it happen.”

Outcry over the segregationist advertisement grew online after journalist Max Blumenthal tweeted out a photo of an early edition of the paper.

“Explicitly racist and quintessentially liberal Zionist full page ad in NY Times by @AbrahamCenter warns of Israel’s loss of ethnic purity,” Blumenthal wrote.

Blumenthal also pointed out that the Wexler was one of the appointees to the Democratic party’s convention platform committee chosen by Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton to vote down Cornel West’s contention that the word “occupation” was appropriate for the party’s plan to rule, “because it undermines our  common objective…of the Democratic party to achieve a negotiated two state outcome that will result in an agreement on borders. And once you have borders the issue that propels your concern regarding what you refer to as occupation will be resolved.” Neither Palestinians nor Israelis deserve anything less, he says.

Daniel S. Abraham, now 92, also has ties to the Clintons. He is a major Clinton Foundation donor, of the $5 million to $10 million dollar caste.

During the drafting committee discussion with West, Wexler didn’t mention anything about maintaining the Jewishness of the Jewish state. The advertisement in the Times provides an even more candid view of what Gideon Levy called in a Sept. 13 Haaretz column on Israel’s “obsession” with maintaining a Jewish majority in Israel. Levy writes:

“It’s all based on an obsession: Israel must be a Jewish state at any cost. Just or unjust, good or not good, flourishing or not flourishing — the main thing is that it be Jewish. And as with any obsession, few can explain why and no one is allowed to doubt it. On the day Israel shakes this obsession and becomes a country like any other, a democracy like any other, it will become a safer and more just place,” he wrote. “For the time being, we have a major stumbling block.”

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  1. Marnie
    September 23, 2016, 2:57 pm

    It’s amazing that zionist causes get so much of their material from the dixiecrats, the ‘white citizens councils’ and the KKK. How can this continue to be swept under the rug? How is segregation wrong in america and in south africa but fine and dandy in israel? Why are Jews always privileged?

    • inbound39
      September 23, 2016, 7:05 pm

      Marnie…..I have sat here and pondered this article for some time. I ended up going left field here. View it from this point. Agree with them but instead of segregation use the term separation. It is quite clear that Israeli’s will not agree to peace and actually want rid of all Palestinians in Palestine. Not going to happen. The Palestinians have stood their ground outgunned and technically disadvantaged have been immovable more or less. What has become the tragedy and outrage is the Israeli’s have begun gunning them down homicidally for the slightest reason. They ignore their obligations to comply with signed agreements and International Law so reimposing Resolution 181 and giving Israel an ultimatum and stating enough is enough and they must return their people within a specified time frame back behind their originally declared borders made in 1948. They are Israels only legitimate borders. If Israel even looks like retaliating then tactically positioned forces can take out any nukes they might launch and saturate Tel Aviv etc with conventional missiles and bombs plus target settlements that are belligerent. No more tolerance. Being nice does not work with Israeli’s.

      • echinococcus
        September 24, 2016, 12:58 am

        inbound

        originally declared borders made in 1948. They are Israels only legitimate borders

        Either you “48 is legitimate” guys
        finally bring some solid logical and factual argument to make people recognize such legitimacy (other than the fact that this flagrant violation of the UN Charter and other basic covenants was forced by the colonial powers of the time)
        or you stop this continual propaganda to anchor the legitimacy of Zionism in the minds of the people.

        What, exactly, makes it “legitimate” for the Zionists to have any sovereignty over even an inch of Palestine?
        What, exactly, legitimates the presence of even one Zionist invader anywhere in Palestine?

        Let’s hear it. Until now, Talknic, Eljay, etc. have only kept repeating “recognition” by the colonial powers as if that were any argument. In the absence of plebiscite. Nothing more.

        Zionists already have more than enough means of communication under their control as it is! They don’t need you, too.

      • Marnie
        September 24, 2016, 7:09 am

        “No more tolerance. Being nice does not work with Israeli’s.”

        Being ‘nice’ to israelis? That makes you a ‘freier’, a sucker. They only understand one thing, and it isn’t ‘negotiations’.

      • inbound39
        September 24, 2016, 7:38 pm

        True…the UN had and has no Mandate to carve foreign nations up. Palestine was carved up to solve the displaced Jews and stateless jews problem in Europe and give them a home. Intent was honourable. What was dishonourable was ignoring the majority of inhabitants in Palestine who opposed it.

        There is no way now to feasibly turn back the clock. Frankly I would like to see Israel erased as a State. It has kept none of its Sovereign obligations,and furthermore, it should be banished from the UN given it recieved full UN membership by implementing Resolution 194, which it has never done so its place in the UN is illegitimate. Fact is it declared its borders to those as defined by Resolution 181 and it agreed to abide by the conditions of 181.

        That,above, is a reasonable start point. I am not talking about rewarding Israel any stolen territory. In my view the International Community needs to roll Israel back behind its true declared 1948 borders thus allowing Gaza and West bank to reconnect as it was under the Partition. It recreates two contiguous states and a fair division.

        I also believe Palestine deserves the right to have a Defensive Military Force to deter Israel from attacking it. The only threat to Palestine historically has been Israel. Palestinians quite rightfully have a right to self defence. Maybe Putin can supply them with S400 Anti Aircraft systems to ensure no airspace violations from Israel.

        Israel needs to be made to pay just compensation for property stolen and displacement of Palestinians and the loss of their homes. Israel needs to be made to understand that the onus is on them to prove they are worthy of trust and until they prove that all international borders should be closed to ALL Israeli citizens. The World needs to be firm and show no tolerance for Israeli pedantics or semantics.

      • echinococcus
        September 24, 2016, 10:35 pm

        Inbound,

        Again, what “true declared 1948 borders. They are Israels only legitimate borders”? They are totally worthless and illegitimate. There can be no justification to colonialists stealing territory to give it to settler-colonialists, under the pretended aegis of the UN Charter, which totally forbade such a thing.
        As you say: “True…the UN had and has no Mandate to carve foreign nations up.”
        If “true”, how the hell are “48 borders. .. Israels only legitimate borders”? Try to make sense, man.

        “There is no way now to feasibly turn back the clock” How is that in any way or wise an argument regarding the rights of the Palestinian people, even if it were true? Anyway, it’s just your personal opinion against a slew of historical precedents. You are in fact saying that once I illegally occupy your house and expel you, you lose all rights to it.

        “Palestine was carved up to solve the displaced Jews and stateless jews problem in Europe and give them a home. Intent was honourable.”

        Honourable my @$$. In 1945 Nazifascism was defeated and stamped to the ground. All displaced persons, including those of the Jewish persuasion, could return home and participate in rebuilding their countries. Even if the despicable US propaganda against socialist countries convinced a lot of people, that does not make those calling themselves Jewish any different than the many millions who weren’t –but giving a free pass to the Zionists was “honorable”?
        How is that?

    • Dmesh
      September 24, 2016, 12:09 pm

      Israel did support apartheid (which means “separate, apart”) with weapons even after the UN weapons embargo. Just a few decades after the holocaust, jews in Israel and SA supported white supremacists who were walking down the same dark road the nazis did. A famous hollywood producer, arnon milchan, confessed on israeli tv to laundering money to help facilitate these weapons transfers…then came back to america and won an oscar for ” 12 years a slave”. The irony is apalling!

  2. K Renner
    September 23, 2016, 3:21 pm

    I hope there will be a Palestinian majority in the next 20 years. The Jews never ever deserved a “state of their own”, especially not when the creation of such a state meant the trampling on the rights and aspirations of an entire other people.

    Guess what, guys? The holocaust is over. Maybe it’s time to learn how to get along with everyone else in the world and lose the disease known as Zionism.

    • hophmi
      September 23, 2016, 11:17 pm

      Jews get along with everyone else just fine, thanks, whether as a minority group or a national group. And your assertion to the contrary is antisemitic.

      • Mooser
        September 24, 2016, 7:03 pm

        “Jews get along with everyone else just fine, thanks”

        Exactly. It’s only Zionists who don’t. How much longer you figure the world’s Jews will go on sacrificing their own interest in getting along for Zionism’s interest in not getting along?

      • Talkback
        September 25, 2016, 4:01 am

        hophmi: “Jews get along with everyone else just fine, …”

        Yep, just ask the ones they massacred, expelled, dipossessed or disenfranchised since 1948.

        “And your assertion to the contrary is antisemitic.”

        Did your mummy tell you this to make you feel better?

  3. inbound39
    September 23, 2016, 7:09 pm

    That strategy I describe falls within accepted defence strategies employed by Nato and SEATO signatories for dealing with terrorist groups that disrupt the peace and stability in other nations territories and Israel has gotten away with terrorising Palestinians for seventy years….not the fifty Amos Oz dribbles on about.

  4. zaid
    September 23, 2016, 7:18 pm

    Actually , In June 2016 The number of Palestinians living in historical Palestine have exceeded the number of Jews for the first time since the Nakba.

    The Palestinian census is scheduled in 2017 and of course Israel is not going to allow it.

    • echinococcus
      September 24, 2016, 12:47 am

      Entering that discussion is being duped from the start.
      Invaders cannot be counted.

    • Mooser
      September 24, 2016, 11:28 am

      “Actually , In June 2016 The number of Palestinians living in historical Palestine have exceeded the number of Jews for the first time since the Nakba. “

      Yes! Love to hear it!

  5. Michael Levin
    September 24, 2016, 12:08 am

    Hafrada today, hafrada tomorrow, hafrada forever! (Party like it’s 1963) ● http://mondoweiss.net/2011/06/hafrada-today-hafrada-tomorrow-hafrada-forever-party-like-its-1963/

  6. talknic
    September 24, 2016, 1:30 am

    “Separation between Israelis and Palestinians is Essential. No separation today means a Palestinian majority by 2020,” warned the public service announcement.”

    Illogical crappolla written for folk who’re either incapable of thinking for themselves or incapable of simple maths

    Even if Israel had allowed the return of its dispossessed non-Jewish Israeli citizens, the 500,000 or so Jewish folk from the Arab States by 1950 AND the hundreds of thousands of Jews from all over the world who have migrated to Israel since AND procreated, have pushed the number of Jewish folk in Israel way beyond any hope of a ‘Palestinian’ majority, ever!

    Even the 20% Arab figure is bullsh*t! The Jewish folk from Arab countries were … ARAB!

    http://wp.me/pDB7k-19Y

    Furthermore the notion of differentiating by calling them Israelis and Palestinians is quite Naziesque! Those with Palestinian heritage, including Jewish Palestinians (1) or those from Brooklyn, Germany or China etc, are all Israelis and according to the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, they’re equal

    (1) Jewish history in the region was as Palestinians far longer than any Kingdom of David existed.

    • Mooser
      September 24, 2016, 11:54 am

      “Illogical crappolla written for folk who’re either incapable of thinking for themselves or incapable of simple maths”

      Or maybe they think this ad is an effective counter to the BLM and Palestine Solidarity ads?

  7. MHughes976
    September 24, 2016, 3:39 am

    I’m accustomed to think of the system operating in Palestine as a form of minority rule and what zaid says does not surprise me, but I see that talknic takes, partly because the categories of ‘Jewish’ and ‘Palestinian’ overlap, a very different view. What sources of information do we have?
    Mind you, the moral difference between inflicting subordinate status in various forms, including disfranchisement, on 50% and on (only!) 20% of those subject to your sovereign power is not that great.
    The Merneptah Stela of 1200 BCE seems to show the Israelites as in the same boat, militarily and culturally, with the other Canaanites. Perhaps these things will come full circle in the fullness of time.

    • RoHa
      September 24, 2016, 6:01 am

      The Merneptah Stele isn’t a major part of my bedside reading, so I looked it up.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merneptah_Stele

      According to Wikipedia (for what that’s worth) it was discovered by Flinders Petrie. It was translated for him by Spielberg (who was, no doubt, gathering local colour for Raiders of the Lost Ark ) and they were both terribly excited to see that it made the earliest known reference to Israel. (It seems, though, the Israel was not on the same cultural level as the Canaanites. They were referred to as cities, whereas Israel was referred to as a tribe. )

      But according to Davidovits, here,

      https://www.davidovits.info/error-or-forgery-on-the-stele-of-merneptah-known-as-israel-stele

      the alleged mention of Israel comes from mistakenly reading owl as vulture. (And I’m sure we’ve all done that at one time or another.) When read as owl, the reference to Israel disappears.

      I cannot say whether Davidovits is correct, but, if he is, the problem discussed here

      http://www.bibleinterp.com/opeds/bolen357916.shtml

      also disappears.

      No doubt this has profound implications for the moral and political status of the Palestinians in the twenty first century.

      • MHughes976
        September 24, 2016, 3:59 pm

        It does seem strange that anyone should link the rights of people living and breathing now to inscriptions of 1200 BCE! But historical does tend to get politicised.
        Davidovits’ deconstruction of Petrie’s was unknown to me – there’s something to be learned everyday! I was following the account in the Oxford History of the Biblical World, which does contain quite a bit of conjecture, particularly in linking some temple iconography with the Stela’s words. To some extent my point would survive Davidovits, since the iconography in question does seem to suggest that the Egyptians of that tine thought of the people of Canaan as fairly homogeneous in culture, ie did not regard the Israelites, if they were indeed there, as an anomalous, alien or conquering group.
        Philip Davies, currently Chair of the Palestine Exploration Fund, has recently done a second edition of his ‘In Search of Ancient Israel’. He doesn’t seem to have taken account of Davidovits.
        An opprtunity to advertise, particularly to fellow residents of Berkshire! Davies is addressing the Reading Classical Association on May 11, 2017, on ‘Which Ancient Israel Really Existed?’ (7.30 Humanities Building G74). Should be fun. I’ll remember to ask him about D’vits.

      • RoHa
        October 16, 2016, 9:29 pm

        ” the iconography in question does seem to suggest that the Egyptians of that tine thought of the people of Canaan as fairly homogeneous in culture,”

        I have no doubt that there were experts who knew exactly who was who, but I am also pretty sure that the Egyptian establishment, and Egyptians in general, simply thought of them as “those trouble-making Northern buggers, with their unpronounceable names, weird customs, and disgusting personal habits.”

        (I don’t know if you spell that with an owl or a vulture.)

        But, as you said else where, “These facts are not much of a foundation for a right to exclude Palestinians in the 20th century, are they?”

        Do let me know how Davies responds to Davidovits.

  8. Talkback
    September 24, 2016, 3:50 am

    Haaretz allready in 2012:

    “The Jewish majority is history

    … According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (which is subordinate to the Prime Minister’s Office ), of the 12 million residents living under Israeli rule, the number of Jews is just under 5.9 million (as of April 25 ). …”
    http://www.haaretz.com/misc/article-print-page/the-jewish-majority-is-history.premium-1.470233

    Just another aspect of Jewish Apartheid.

  9. Kay24
    September 24, 2016, 7:08 am

    Just like the “O” word, the “A” word will never be used in the US by American leaders nor the biased media. The two Presidential candidates will be meeting the king of the zionazis this weekend, as His Lowness wants to make sure they are both ready to kiss up to Israel, and that the aid and unwavering support will continue, so that the occupation can continue uninterrupted. Hillary has plans to roll out the red carpet for the war criminal and Jared will make sure papa in law will do so too.

    Meanwhile the zionazis continue their reign of terror:

    The murders of Palestinian children continues, goyim lives never matter.

    Four Palestinian children killed in five days

    https://electronicintifada.net

  10. Ossinev
    September 24, 2016, 10:32 am

    The “core” JSILis are going to have to come up with some sort of Final Solution to all this soon.
    The interim solution ( status quo with incremental ethnic cleansing and regular one off demographic rationalisation = extra judicial killings) is just not working and those pesky Palestinian Arabs keep breeding !!

  11. iResistDe4iAm
    September 24, 2016, 10:42 am

    Note how the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Peace is using a map that shows the occupied Golan Heights as being part of Israel (contrary to international law).

    More Zionist propaganda.

  12. Citizen
    September 24, 2016, 10:59 am

    Zionists think that only a Jewish majority democratic state will insure the future of all Jews will remain in Jewish hands. They say world history shows that whenever the Jewish community anywhere, ever, was dependent on non-Jewish leadership, in a crunch of mass denizen revolt, the Jews were kicked to the curb. The pogroms that have arose in the West were actually part of more primary peasant revolts, something not often acknowledged in Jewish History classes, in my experience, where socio-economic context is too often ignored, the explanation being ancient Jew Hatred arising from, I guess, Gentile DNA, and/or White leadership employing scape goat manipulation to divert attention from their own exploitation of the commoners, using Jews as their agents. That rational needs to be addressed. Merely pointing out that Palestinians are innocent, and the Shoah does not therefore justify what Israel does today as two wrongs don’t make a right–is not denting that Zionist rational, justification of what Israel is doing today.

    I may have missed it, but is anyone tackling said justification, and in any depth? If so, where?

    • Mooser
      September 24, 2016, 12:00 pm

      “They say world history shows that whenever the Jewish community anywhere, ever, was dependent on non-Jewish leadership…”

      And what do they say about the fate of the Jews under Jewish leadership? How does that work out?

      • gamal
        September 24, 2016, 3:45 pm

        “the fate of the Jews under Jewish leadership”

        M.Rachid Rida denounced all Muslim Rulers through out history, he thought Islam should rule, he died in ’35 and we still haven’t heard from Islam or even simple decency yet, still waiting by the phone

        I vote Trumpton, the old and English will understand which means they will “feel me” in American.

  13. btbLondon
    September 24, 2016, 11:03 am

    Liberal and Zionist seem to go together as well as compassionate and conservative. When the ‘liberal’ Zionists are calling for Apartheid it shows just how far Israel has gone down the road to self-destruction

  14. Dmesh
    September 24, 2016, 12:15 pm

    “Apartheid now! Apartheid forever!” Is what israel is really saying. Israel did support apartheid (which means “separate, apart”) in South Africa with weapons even after the UN weapons embargo.

    Just a few decades after the holocaust, jews in Israel and SA supported white supremacists who were walking down the same dark road the nazis did.

    A famous hollywood producer, arnon milchan, confessed on israeli tv to laundering money to help facilitate these weapons transfers…then came back to america and won an oscar for ” 12 years a slave”. The irony is apalling! – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2016/09/liberal-segregation-majority/#comment-855759

  15. Mooser
    September 24, 2016, 12:45 pm

    Who can blame them for calling for “separation”? Who knows better than American Jews the awful consequences of allowing Jews to mix with non-Jews?

  16. LeeMort1
    September 24, 2016, 1:13 pm

    Very good analysis of the basic issues. Just a couple factual points. George Wallace was not the “Dixiecrat” candidate for president in 1968. He ran on the ticket of the American Independent Party, which may still exist in California. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina was the Dixiecrat candidate for president in 1948, after breaking with the Democrats for their first tentative embracing of civil rights. Thurmond became a Republican in 1964.

  17. James Canning
    September 24, 2016, 1:16 pm

    George Wallace did not propose that American blacks be put into their own country.

  18. yourstruly
    September 25, 2016, 1:43 am

    Hmm, Zionists publicly calling for Israel to be forever majority Jewish, “better” yet, purely Jewish? Shades of the demand by some racists that upon birth so-called anchor babies not automatically be granted U.S. citizenship, lest America turn into a melanin rich majority/white minority nation. Too late, of course, unless Trump wins in November and calls for a constitutional amendment that makes such babies non-citizens. He’ll have to move quickly, though, since the percentage of whites is steadily dropping. But without a white majority what’ll America be like? Same as Palestine/Israel without a Jewish majority. More just, peaceful and loving.

  19. Kay24
    September 25, 2016, 7:54 am

    Many unhappy with the gazillions we are giving the zionists, according to this tweet. I guess some are finally realizing that we need help we need at home.

    https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal

  20. jon s
    September 26, 2016, 2:38 am

    In my view, “separation” is the wrong term. It’s both incorrect and impractical, and recalls “segregation”.
    Back in 1947 the UN recommended “partition” and that’s still the best possible way to go , both morally sound and politically feasible, aka “the 2 state solution”.

    • talknic
      September 26, 2016, 3:50 am

      @ jon s September 26, 2016, 2:38 am

      “Back in 1947 the UN recommended “partition” and that’s still the best possible way to go , both morally sound and politically feasible, aka “the 2 state solution””

      Which Israel accepted despite already having Jewish forces over the borders it proclaimed effective May 15th 1948. Borders by which Israel was specifically recognized http://wp.me/pDB7k-Xk

      Glad we got that sorted. So you’re willing to take Palestinian citizenship, right?

    • oldgeezer
      September 27, 2016, 1:39 pm

      The plan is only morally and practically sound if it is implemented on the basis that was proposed at that time. That basis would involve the right of return for all refugees to their place of residence.

      Modifying that plan is egregiously immoral if any land swaps results in the non Jewish Israelis being stripped of their citizenship and right to reside in their nation of birth. Not quite as immoral if Jewish Israeli settlers are stripped of their Israeli citizenship and transferred to Palestine. Not quite as immoral but immoral nontheless.

    • oldgeezer
      September 27, 2016, 1:41 pm

      ps… Drop the pretense that Israel actually supports a 2SS. It has done everything it can do avoid it and invests massive sums of money to ensure it doesn’t come about.

  21. jon s
    September 26, 2016, 2:42 am

    I’ve been away from this forum for a while. I notice that the commenter profile/ archive function doesn’t work. Is that temporary?

  22. talknic
    September 26, 2016, 7:04 am

    @ jon s September 26, 2016, 2:42 am

    “I’ve been away from this forum for a while. I notice that the commenter profile/ archive function doesn’t work. Is that temporary?”

    I’m sure it’ll be fixed sooner than getting an honest reply from any of the Israeli propagandists who frequent MW https://talknic.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/waiting_for_the_israeli_propagandist.gif

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