There are days when I find it hard(er) to understand Israelis.
One day, racists who are bent on violently acting out their xenophobia are deal the justice they so rightly deserve… Lawyer permitting. Short of them being tarred and feathered, and dragged outta Dodge, that was the right thing to do.
And please, not that “Disaffected Youth” crap. I am pretty sure they knew what they were doing (unlike other morons), and it’s far too new age for us simplistic Levantines. Not that I have nothing against New Age.
…whatever tinkles your crystals…
And please, let’s not split hair about this;
This is discrimination….
A valid point is raised “Yes to Partition”, that I am “using “transfer” in a misleading way”.
This is an accurate assessment. However, while I understand the basic premise behind Lieberman's suggestion of partition, I would want to point out that the projected perception matters in those things matters at least as much as the arcane facts.
To take an example from
In politics, even in international politics, Perception becomes reality and matters far more than other "objective" considerations. Politicians should know better when they mouth off inconsiderately.
Going back to the matter at hand; in the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict,
Because of this, their perception of Avigdor Lieberman matters supremely, at least as much as