Sunday, July 31, 2005

Gideon Levy, in today's Ha'Aretz, points at one of the absurdities of politics in Israel: the support of people in the development towns for the struggle to continue the occupation of Gaza, from the consequences of which they suffer more than most other Israelis. What he fails to mention is the fact that most of the politicans and parties on the Left care as little about the development towns as the settlers, like all politicians they only remember the people of Sederot, Ofakim and Netivot when they need their political support.

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