It’s not Netanyahu – it’s a country drunk on power
Even if Netanyahu’s corruption scandals force him out of office, Israeli politics will still be guided by the idea that Palestinians must be pummeled into submission. By Marzuq Al-Halabi It’s easy to understand the expressions of joy and hope emanating from the broad spectrum of Israelis who are fed up with the Netanyahu government and its misdeeds, particularly in light of the reports that police recommended indicting the prime minister.
Kommentar vom Hochblauen
One couldn’t emphasize enough: Netanyahu and all his precessors, left, right, centrist, all were driven by the same Zionist idea that the Palestinians in best case should disapear, or at least be controled so they aren’t obstacle to subjugation by the jewish majority and control. As long as equality by law in rights isn’t installed, there will be continuous tension or Apartheid. The choice is up to the leaders of Israel…