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Jewish Israeli Poll Favours Apartheid .


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flavirostris

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Think there's a thread on this already
 

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What do you expect from a country whos army sprayed burning white phospherus on innocent women and kids in the Gazza strip
 

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A new Ha'aretz poll indicates a majority of Jewish Israelis favour apartheid .given that Israeli is portrayed by its supports hear on this forum as the only democracy in the middle East ,how can this anomaly be explained ?
Link to Article reprinted in the Telegraph below


Israelis favour discrimination against Arabs - poll - Telegraph
There was an excellent rebuttal of this made by Ben-Dror Yemini: Haaretz, Gideon Levy, and the Israel apartheid canard | Ben-Dror Yemini | Ops & Blogs | The Times of Israel

Haaretz were sloppy indeed. Some of the coverage could be called fraudulent:

Gideon Levy’s name graces the byline of the main article, which included the survey results. The same Gideon Levy also wrote the accompanying commentary article. But Levy was probably so elated, that he did not even notice that he implicates himself in lies.

According to the survey, 53 percent of Israelis are not opposed to having an Arab neighbor. That much is clear. But when Gideon Levy passes from reporting to overt incitement masquerading as “interpretation,” he writes that “the majority doesn’t want… Arab neighbors.” Could it be that the second Gideon Levy didn’t properly read what was written by the first Gideon Levy?

Moving on: According to the survey, 33% of Israelis support revoking the voting rights of Israeli Arabs. That’s a grave figure in and of itself. But when it comes to the “interpretation,” Levy writes that “the majority doesn’t want Arabs to vote for the Knesset.” Again, Levy the interpreter seems not to have read Levy the reporter. Is he capable of formulating a sentence that includes only the truth? And where in the hell is his editor? Was there not a single editor who could properly parse the results of the survey?



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