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Redefining chutzpah: The monumentally inappropriate treatment of Ayman Odeh

The Jewish American establishment clearly cannot handle an Arab non-Zionist with the chutzpah to assert his right to be treated respectfully and equally in his own country.

MK Ayman Odeh, chairman of the Joint List, at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Atlanta. (Photo by Joint List spokesperson)

MK Ayman Odeh, chairman of the Joint List, at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Atlanta. (Photo by Joint List spokesperson)

Ayman Odeh’s decision to visit the United States and meet with Jewish community leaders cannot have been an easy one. The burden of scrutiny has been heavy indeed, from all sides. His own constituents, the Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, were ambivalent at best about what many perceived as a mission that would either be co-opted to soften the perception of Israel’s policies toward its Arab citizens, or twisted to undermine both Odeh and the credibility of his party’s platform.

With Jewish community leaders so firmly supportive of the Netanyahu government, and the United States so committed to its unbreakable alliance with Israel that it had not undertaken a single step to end the occupation in over two decades, many worried that Odeh’s bridge building mission would be misinterpreted as asking for favors.

To a certain extent, these concerns were borne out by events on December 10, when Odeh backed out of a meeting with the Conference of Presidents, a major Jewish NGO umbrella group, because the chairman insisted on holding the meeting in the same office as the Jewish Agency. This is the same Jewish Agency that has been directly involved in hundreds of initiatives to establish new residential communities for Jewish Israelis on land that was expropriated from Palestinians.

Rather than show some sensitivity to Odeh’s point of view, the president of the Conference of Presidents, Malcolm Hoenlein, refused not only to hold the meeting in another room but also immediately released a statement in which he accused Odeh of canceling the meeting.

Later, Hoenlein told the Forward that he saw no reason to “succumb” to Odeh’s request that the meeting be moved to another room (even though it was Hoenlein who had asked for the meeting and Odeh was his guest). Hoenlein also told the Forward, “It’s outrageous that a member of Knesset would say that I can’t go into a place because it has Zionist associations.” Hoenlein added: “He doesn’t have a problem taking [his Knesset] paycheck.”

Hoenlein’s response is, to be kind, monumentally inappropriate. Not to mention: arrogant and entitled beyond belief. Hoenlein is a Jewish citizen of the United States who is the unelected head of an NGO that espouses political opinions far to the right of those held by the majority of Jewish Americans. Yet he believes that he has the right to comment on whether or not a citizen of the state of Israel, a man who heads the third largest party in the Knesset, who was elected by democratic vote to sit in his country’s legislature, should receive a salary.

The Knesset is not a “Zionist institution.” It is the legislature of the state of Israel. A political party need not espouse Zionist ideology in order to be eligible to sit in the Knesset. The ultra-Orthodox United Torah Judaism is not, for example, a Zionist party. It is headed by a Ger Hasid; and the Ger, along with several other Hasidic groups, are ideologically opposed to Zionism.  I would love to see Hoenlein refuse to move the location of a meeting with a Hasidic group because they didn’t want to sit in a Jewish Agency office.

The point for Hoenlein and for Rick Jacobs, the Reform rabbi who also released a “shocked-and-appalled” statement about Odeh’s “refusal” to sit in the Jewish Agency office, is, obviously, that Ayman Odeh is an Arab non Zionist. Worse, he is an Arab non Zionist who has the chutzpah to assert his right to be treated respectfully and as a fully equal citizen of the state in which he was born.

The reaction of these Jewish community leaders is disgraceful. It is rather reminiscent of the master of the big house who tells the serf to wipe his feet and take off his hat if he wants to visit — making sure he enters via the tradesmen’s entrance.

It’s so commonplace to hear Israeli and Jewish “leaders” bemoan the absence of moderate Palestinian leaders. And here we have this man who reaches out his hand and speaks passionately to Jewish audiences about building a shared society of economic and social equality for Arabs and Jews. Who quotes Hebrew poetry and emphasizes his knowledge of the Jewish narrative.

If Ayman Odeh were an African American politician running for U.S. Congress, American Jews would be out campaigning for him and his liberal, inclusive values. But instead of embracing Odeh, Jewish leaders here try to undermine him with the suggestion that he rejects the existence of the state in which he lives as a tax-paying citizen — and they do not.

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    1. Ben

      So much anti-Arab, racist-supremacist posturing skewered right there, by Lisa Goldman:

      “I would love to see Hoenlein refuse to move the location of a meeting with a Hasidic group because they didn’t want to sit in a Jewish Agency office.”

      Bam!

      “The reaction of these Jewish community leaders is disgraceful. It is rather reminiscent of the master of the big house who tells the serf to wipe his feet and take off his hat if he wants to visit — making sure he enters via the tradesmen’s entrance.”

      Bam!

      “…the state in which he lives as a tax-paying citizen — and they do not.”

      Bam!

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    2. Gustav

      Excuse me Benny-leh, for asking…

      Why do American Jews have the onus to pay homage to an Israeli Arab politician whose only interest is to look after the interests of his voting constituency, whose aim is to end the Jewish majority state thereby effectively ending the Zionist idea of Jews having a state for the Jewish people?

      Let me preempt your predictable rant. A state of the Jewish people need not mean that minorities have to be second class citizens. It just means that the Jewish people have one state where Jews will remain a majority.

      Of course, if Arabs cannot stand the idea of being a minority and prefer to be part of the majority, they have the option to move to any of the 22 existing Arab Countries where Arabs ARE the majority. Jews on the other hand only have one country where Jews are a majority. That country is Israel. And Odeh objects to that. He is against the current immigration law in Israel which ensures that the Jewish majority is maintained.

      So, again, Bennyleh, please tell us why Jewish American leaders have the onus to adore your Mr Odeh? After all, most of them don’t agree with him. America is a free country isn’t it? So why do you insist that Jewish American leaders must listen to the dictates of your ilk when it comes to Odeh?

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    3. Gustav

      ” I would love to see Hoenlein refuse to move the location of a meeting with a Hasidic group because they didn’t want to sit in a Jewish Agency office.”

      I am convinced that his reaction to the Hasidic group’s similar request would elicit the same reaction from him. Why wouldn’t it? Why shouldn’t it?

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      • Ben

        I have this image of you plugging your ears and saying “Odeh did NOT say the bridge-building, peacemaking things he said, he did NOT! NO NO NO! I can’t hear it!” It’s pretty clear to me that there is nothing an Arab Israeli leader could say that would be enough for you. (All of which of course completely skirts the issue of the occupation, a separate matter.)

        “A state of the Jewish people [as Gustav means it] need not mean that minorities have to be second class citizens.” Maybe not. Thomas Jefferson would have been skeptical to say the least. He knew something about human nature. But your track record is not good and this example controls for your usual excuses:
        http://972mag.com/an-unsettling-moment-of-justice-under-occupation/114730/

        As for the rest of your argument, contempt is not the equivalent of withholding adoration. That you think Hoenlein would treat a Hasidic leader the same, including the immediate, manipulative, vilifying press announcement, tells me how far sunk in self-righteous illusions you have matters.

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        • Gustav

          Benny, you are the one who has selective hearing.

          What have you to say about Odeh’s plan which would allow unlimited Arab immigration into Israel?

          Also, what do you think would be the outcome if he would have his way?

          Also, Benny-leh, come clean, do you support such a plan?

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          • Gustav

            BEN:”“A state of the Jewish people [as Gustav means it] need not mean that minorities have to be second class citizens.” Maybe not. Thomas Jefferson would have been skeptical to say the least. He knew something about human nature. But your track record is not good”

            Well Benny, the track record of your Arabs is not good either.

            Moreover, there is either a Jewish majority in Israel or Israel becomes the 23rd Arab majority state.

            We prefer “the evil” of the Jewish majority state rather than your pretend goodness of the Arab majority state.

            Is that ok with you Benny-leh?

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          • Gustav

            I tell the truth about Odeh. Telling the truth is not demonizing.

            Mr Odeh wants to change Israel’s immigration laws. Right or wrong, Benny-leh?

            Changing that law would be a threat to the status of Jewish majority. It would make Israel the 23rd Arab majority state in the Middle East.

            You and Mr Odeh can pretend that it isn’t a threat to us but it simply IS.

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    4. bar

      Respect goes both ways. It’s not only the host who should respect, the guest should also be polite and respectful of the host. The Jewish groups represented in that room, who out of good will and good faith invited an Israeli to come and speak to them, learned that this Israeli spits on their views and beliefs. The JNF was founded and funded by Jews outside of Israel/Yishuv and has been a key element in the creation of the state of Israel. While some Israelis, such as Mr. Odeh, view the JNF with disdain, as is their right, it is an inescapable fact that the JNF helped the Yishuv grow, helped beautify the country and has served as a key element in shaping Israel’s presence on the land on which it sits. Jewish groups are supportive of these efforts for good reason. Odeh, disrespecting his hosts, refused to meet them in a building where the JNF has offices. That’s how you treat people who invite you to speak to them? No, that’s how you treat people whom you disrespect. It was right of the Jewish organizers to refuse to bow down to the diktats of this man, not only because they were rude and disrespectful, but because organizations such as the JNF deserve to be defended against the re-writers of history.

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    5. Joshua Laskin

      An interesting clue is contained in Rick Jacobs’ statement. He’s not only on the executive committee of the Conference of Presidents, but he’s also “a proud member of the Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency”. The two organizations not only share office space, they also overlap their leadership personnel. Clearly, they took Odeh’s stand, against the Agency, personally. Their ‘pride’ was insulted. They refused to meet with anyone who won’t kowtow to their belief in Zionist supremacy. Why should he bother to speak with fools who lack the emotional capacity to empathize with an Other? He gave them a simple test–to move to a neutral meeting space–and they flunked. What pathetic losers! The idea that they represent American Jewry, is ludicrous. They dwell in a bubble, which is rapidly shrinking, as these dinosaurs die off.

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    6. Ben

      Odeh scares the hell out of the Right. “Geez, they actually took us seriously and are seeking peaceful coexistence. NOW what?!” The panic is palpable.

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      • Daniel

        You’re too old to be acting like a juvenile, Ben (you should be in your 70s per your own comment here). Odeh scares no one, not even a rabbit. Odeh might want “peaceful coexistence”, but his “coexistence” is that of a Jewish minority living among an Arab majority, thus: no Israel and a de facto 23rd or 24th Arab state (I have lost count). We do not want that. We do not want any more of Dhimmitude, pogroms, massacres etc. we have already been through while living in Muslim Arab countries decades and centuries ago despite the “peaceful coexistence” that was promised us then by Odeh’s forefathers. That is why no one is buying what Odeh is selling. Do you understand that, or do you just like repeating the same thing over and over again?

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        • Ben

          Joshua Laskin has it right!

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          • Daniel

            And by the angry and raging “Joshua Laskin” you mean one of your aliases? I agree with those on this site who opine that you need help. Your behavior is not normal, Ben.

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          • Gustav

            Benny’s formula is simple…

            1. He argues his case…

            2. Someone points out the flaws in his arguments.

            3. He ignores it and he repeats his tired argument.

            …add water, mix and repeat endlessly.

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          • Ben

            Coming from you two, “making up aliases,” “not normal,” and “repeats his tired argument” are really quite hilarious.

            Joshua is right: He gave them a simple test and they flunked it.

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          • Gustav

            Yea, yea, yea, Benny-leh but you still ignore the Elephant in the room…

            Odeh wants to change our immigration law. That negates all the other seductive sweet words with which he wants to charm gullible people with.

            … Benny took a similar stance regarding Khalife when I pointed to her real political stance. A supremacist nationalist Arab nationalist who wants Palestine from the river to the sea. Benny-leh was in denial about her too…

            Then when the evidence got overwhelming about her, Benny-leh had a magic transformation. He said, yea? So what’s wrong with that? Blah blah blah…

            There you have it folks. That’s Benny for ya. In his eyes, we Israelis are always wrong. And his latest chosen Arab personalities of the day are always angelic.

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          • Ben

            Classic Bibist proto-fascist rhetoric and fear mongering. We’ve already covered the fact that Odeh never said anything about “changing our immigration laws.” You lied. Just as you lie about Khalifé. No doubt now you’ll twist something out of context or manipulatively clip off one half of a quote or some such thing to support that lie. Don’t bother. Nothing is ever honest with you or your asinine sidekick. You just lie shamelessly. What a worthless exercise responding to you. To stave off dealing with a peace maker (the horror! As Steinitz’s wife said, Odeh is “especially dangerous,” lol–how they fear the nonviolent peacemakers!) you impute fake sinister threats and pretend not to hear the man’s actual words. Standard stuff. Bibists longtime, proven method for dealing with their rivals: vilification, vilification and more vilification.

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          • Gustav

            I was lying about Khalife, Benny? Nah, you are lying about her as I said…

            After weeks of chasing you and quoting her own words about what she is fighting for (Palestine from the river to the sea), you finally admitted it and tried to make light of it. This is what you said…

            Sunday October 18

            BEN:”Khalife might be arguing for a one state solution. So what? Where’s the fire? What’s the shanda?”

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

            So there it is folks. Benny caught again in his own web of lies. He says whatever suits him at the time. First he denies, then he admits but tries to justify, then he denies again…

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          • Ben

            Gott im Himmel. You weary me, Gustav. The only thing true here is that you likely spent weeks chasing me. I guess. I don’t keep track. You’re always chasing me.

            The rest, in regards to the Khalifé matter, is all distortions and falsehoods. I denied nothing and lied about nothing. What’s pathetic is that you did here, again, exactly what I said you would do: “you’ll twist something out of context or manipulatively clip off one half of a quote.” Incredibly, you did exactly that here. Again!

            Look, Gustav, the purpose here is not to try to pull tricks and score cheap points. Your link simply does not show what you think it does. Or purport to think it does. Just admit it. You won’t of course.

            You are on a private crusade to vilify Sawsan Khalifé. And Ayman Odeh. It is not working.

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          • Gustav

            LOL. Benny is trying to stare me down. And he says I am the only one chasing him when at least 50% of the time he adresses me first when I post on a new thread. But that’s another story, an irrelevancy. His above post though warrants me repeating my previous post…

            I was lying about Khalife, Benny? Nah, you are lying about her as I said…

            After weeks of chasing you and quoting her own words about what she is fighting for (Palestine from the river to the sea), you finally admitted it and tried to make light of it. This is what you said…

            Sunday October 18

            BEN:”Khalife might be arguing for a one state solution. So what? Where’s the fire? What’s the shanda?”

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

            So there it is folks. Benny caught again in his own web of lies. He says whatever suits him at the time. First he denies, then he admits but tries to justify, then he denies again…

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          • Ben

            You simply repeated verbatim the comment to which I replied. I’ll rest.

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          • Gustav

            LOL. You replied? You call that a reply?

            I gave you a link which fully verifies what I said about you. And you are just denying it. I bet that if it would suit you, you’d look at the moon and claim that the moon is the sun. Here is my link again, feast your eyes on it and keep on lying. We already know what an accomplished bare faced liar you are so you have nothing to lose…

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

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          • Ben

            As I already told you before you repeated yourself, your link verifies no such thing–your excerpt cuts off the meaning of what I said, and the link gives us access to the restored full and true meaning. “Feast your eyes on it.” I did. Thanks. I like it. So funny. … But “bare faced liar”–not funny–this is ad hominem vilification. Unacceptable technique.

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          • Gustav

            BEN:” But “bare faced liar”–not funny–this is ad hominem vilification. Unacceptable technique”

            It IS VERY ACCEPTABLE when it is true. And it is true Benny-leh. You are a bare faced liar!

            That thread clearly shows that…

            1. You initially denied that Sawsan Khalife wants the destruction of the Jewish state and she wants to replace it with an Arab state from the river to the sea.

            2. Then after confronted with irrefutable evidence, you tried to justify Khalife’s aim.

            3. But now you deny it all. That makes you a bare faced liar, Benny!

            Here is the link to that thread again…

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

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          • Ben

            This is simply a false representation of what takes place on that page. “Bare faced liar” remains what it always was: an unacceptable far right vilification tactic. The usual stuff.

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          • Gustav

            Ya know Benny? If someone accuses you of something you didn’t do, THAT is vilification.

            …but if someone accuses you of something you DID DO and are still doing, then he is telling it how it is.

            So Benny-leh, I am telling you as it is. You are a bare faced liar.

            1. Initially you tried to make light or deny the meaning of Khalife’s comments in her interview. On this thread as well as other threads…

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

            2. Then when you were cornered, you attempted to excuse Khalife for her supremacism. By asking what’s so bad about what she advocates?

            3. And now you are denying it all. You are trying to brazen it out and bluff your way through.

            You are beneath contempt Benny-leh. Nevertheless, let me thank you for showing to all reasonable people who may wander into this god forsaken site, you are showing them what Israel is up against. And for that, I thank you. Even if just one person ends up realizing the brazen bloody mindedness that Israel has to face from it’s enemies.

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          • Ben

            You add nothing to the foregoing. This is mere repetition. Of misrepresentation. I did not make light of deny or excuse or bluff, nor was I cornered. These words are vilifying: the propaganda subtext is that Khalifé has something to be ashamed of. She does not.

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          • Gustav

            Khalife wants one state called Palestine from the river to the sea. At worst a Jew free Palestine, at best a Palestine in which Jews are a minority which would mean that we would return to our old status of a persecuted minority.

            But Benny says there is nothing wrong with that. Indeed, nothing wrong if you hate Jews and love Palestinian Arabs. Otherwise there is plenty wrong with it. For starters, it would mean that Arabs have 23 Arab majority states and Jews would have none. You call that justice, Benny? That reveals a lot about you!

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          • Gustav

            Now let me demonstrate (again) what a bare faced LIAR BEN is….

            On the 19th of December, I said this on this thread…

            GUSTAV:”… Benny took a similar stance regarding Khalife when I pointed to her real political stance. A supremacist nationalist Arab nationalist who wants Palestine from the river to the sea. Benny-leh was in denial about her too…”

            Benny then got enraged and called me a liar. On the 20th of December, he responded thus…

            BEN:” You lied. Just as you lie about Khalifé.”

            Yet the thread below clearly demonstrates that what I said about Khalife was true…

            http://972mag.com/israel-still-holds-all-the-cards/112510/

            So I in turn called Benny a bare faced liar. Then he has gone to water on me coz his kind can dish it out but he can’t take it. He thinks he can call me a liar but he complains that I vilify HIM even though what I said about him is demonstrably true, Benny can look you straight in the eye and deny his own mother.

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          • Ben

            The thread demonstrates no such thing. Let us say she wants, at this point in the evolution of a 48-year occupation of The West Bank and East Jerusalem, one state? So what? Where is this “lie” of mine about this matter you are bizarrely fixated on finding but can’t? Look at your statement: “Khalife wants one state called Palestine from the river to the sea.” Many of your ideological allies want one state called Israel from the river to the sea. Whether we call it Palestine or Israel, one state from the river to the sea will be an Arab majority state or a Jewish majority state depending on the accidents of demography. (Unless you have population transfer or ethnic cleansing in mind. You may well.) You draw catastrophizing conclusions from that fact but why? Your ideological allies are all for one state, river to sea. Do I have to quote that long list of cabinet members’ statements again? Why couldn’t this, in 2015+, be a stable, peaceful and productive democracy of all its citizens? If you are convinced it simply can’t, then what do you propose instead? This is always the question: What do you propose? So look, if you want to go up against Sawsan Khalife, who is entitled to her view, then propose something different that is remotely acceptable to her. You’re adamantly opposed to one state but say “nyet nyet nyet” when it comes to any reasonable two state proposal. It’s your job, not mine, to win Sawsan Khalife over to understanding why two states not one state is a reasonable goal she should strive for. No one in his right mind to the left of Naftali Bennet and Ayalet Shaked thinks you have presented Sawsan Khalife with any reasonable proposal.

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          • Gustav

            Gawd you are a piece of work Benny. You know very well the answer to your disingenuous question…

            I don’t care which idiot on our side advocates it. The one state solution is a danger to us because in a one state solution the first thing that we would be forced to change is the immigration law which favors Jewish immigration. That in turn would inevitably lead to an Arab majority state which would turn Israel into the 23rd Arab majority state and leave us with not a single state in the world in which we are not a minority. You think that’s fair, Benny? And you think that your Khalife hasn’t got that exact objective in mind? Really Benny? Then why is she rocking the boat? All she cares about is what is good for her people. She couldn’t give a toss about being fair to us. Ok I can live with that. So why can’t you accept the same from me and us? We too want what is good for us. Yes there is a midway. But your Khalife is not advocating a midway solution which is the two state solution. Instead she is advocating one state called Palestine and you know very well Benny that she does not intend that one state to be a Jewish majority state.

            Moreover, you accused me of lying about Khalife. And that makes YOU THE liar Benny!

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          • Ben

            “Khalife is not advocating a midway solution which is the two state solution”

            You haven’t ever offered Sawsan Khalife a two-state solution. You’ve rejected every reasonable one and convinced anyone not brain dead that you don’t want one. She’s seen your supposed “two state solution” fail for 48 years now while you cynically “manage the conflict,” treat her people with contempt, and brag about how time is on your side. What is she left with? And if I were Sawsan Khalife, I would say watch out for these guys who would vilify even a Reuven Rivlin. Sawsan Khalife is supposed to strike a deal with you, who would vilify even President Rivlin? Who are you kidding?

            “President Reuven Rivlin has always been a proud proponent of right-wing Revisionist Zionism; he has long said Israel should annex the West Bank. But Rivlin is genuinely committed to equality of all citizens, including Palestinians, and a plurality of views. As Haaretz commentator Uzi Baram has rightly pointed out, Rivlin’s only “sin” is that he is a true democrat. This is why he’s loved and esteemed by all Israeli groups – except the political right, to which he officially belongs.
            Nevertheless, on social media he has been called everything from traitor to Nazi. And most horrifyingly, we’ve gotten so used to this level of hate speech that these attacks no longer make the headlines. That is, until Channel 20 said Rivlin “spits in the faces of IDF soldiers” because he took part in the recent Haaretz conference in New York, cosponsored by the New Israel Fund, where Breaking the Silence also spoke.”
            read more: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.692846

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          • Gustav

            Poor Benny-leh, you want it every which way don’t ya?

            First, you lie about the fact that we rejected the two state solution for 48 years. I mean till 1993, they would not even sit down at the same table with us. Do the phrases the three NOs of Khartum ring a bell?

            And after 1993? They promised to amend the PLO charter but they must have gone to the same school as you because they just lied. To this day the charter spells out the PLOs intention to dismantle the state of Israel and to murder or exile most of the Jews of Israel. And that’s just their peace camp. Hamas are way worse.

            As for Khalife, you already admitted that you have no problems with her supremacist solution of Palestine from the river to the sea. Do you think any sane person believes that she intends such a state to be for Jews too? A state run by Arabs in which Jews have equal rights instead of being murdered or exiled? Are you listening to yourself Bennyleh? I mean they are incapable of even treating their own kind decently, have you looked around what’s happening in the middle east? but they are gonna be nice to jooooooos?

            You are a LIAR Benny!!!!! A compulsive LIAR!!!! And I am not angry. I know what you are doing. That is why I am not getting angry. Because that’s what ya want. Instead, I will post in here as per normal and I will take your propaganda apart. Get ready, Benny-leh 🙂

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