Isn’t it appropriate to question the author in using the term “almost” in the following sentence?
“ It is the almost complete lack of empathy for the suffering, death and destruction caused by the evils of the occupation and an almost complete lack of critique against what is so obviously the most inhuman and abject of policies. ”
Reading about the behaviour of the yeshiva students after the Rabin assassination, the treason of his own father, the behaviour of the settlers and soldiers in the South Hebron region … It seems to me much more honest to say: “It is the complete lack of empathy for the suffering …”
My greetings to the brave Ezra and to the people of Ta’ayush, but most of all to the Palestinians living in the villages of the south Hebron region!