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The mild-mannered British desire for the annihilation of Israel

by Melanie Phillips

The British sociologist Frank Furedi reports what he has heard from Britain’s educated classes since the Gaza crisis began:

I am standing in a queue waiting to buy a train ticket from London to Canterbury. A well-dressed lady standing behind me informs her friend that she ‘can’t wait till Israel disappears off the face of the earth.’ What struck me was not her intense hostility to Israel but the mild-mannered, matter-of-fact tone with which she announced her wish for the annihilation of a nation. It seems that it is okay to condemn and demonize Israel. All of a sudden Israel has become an all-purpose target for a variety of disparate and confused causes.  Read the article...


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