Skip to comments.Israeli elections 2022: The tired R word and the elephant Arab Islamist racism, supremacy, fascism in the area
Posted on 11/02/2022 8:26:42 AM PDT by Words Matter
Israeli elections 2022: The tired R word and the elephant Arab Islamist racism, supremacy, fascism in the area
Take a look at Zehava Galon Mererz, total defeat.
Her/Meretz's constant R ("racism") word throwing around isn't just making people tired, but draws more attention to the real dangerous bigotry in the area: Arab Islamist leadership, not just Hamas and Palestinian Authority media, Mosque sermons but inside Israel, with its Arab MKs and preachers, especially before (like the Lod grand mosque leader), during, after 2021 anti-Jewish racial riots and the sick glorification of Islamic butchers as supposed heroes. Or in its Islamist term 'Shahids' (Ike Aida Touma Suleiman did recently) for instance.
BBC / CNN just copying radical Haarerzism vocabulary --obsessed with the R or even F word since around 2000, and not where applicable-- didn't impress them either. The MSM isn't informed that the extremist pro Arab-Islamic racism site is popular only outside Israel...
The false equation between genocidal Arab-Islamist calls to kill all Jews (Itbakh al Yahud or/and Khaybar by literally thousands) with a few right wingers calling for death specifically to Arab terrorists (as they often stress) is also as hollow.
A side note, objecting to marrying outside one's faith isn't "racism." And you have that phenomenon on both sides.
Let’s hope there is a shift to the roghg, right here too, next week...
Let’s hope there is a shift to the Right, right here too, next week...
Which of those parties are in the coalition with Bibi’s Likud?
31+14+12+8=65 and Bibi needs 61. He’s good! Go Bibi!
Let’s hope there are no surprises, as it stands now, it looks good. Thanks God.
More than 25% of new Knesset will be religious parties. That will be half or more of Bibi’s coalition.
Ayelet Shaked [haBayit haYehudi] took some 50-60 tbousand votes from the right... and lost.
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