Israel steps up police state crackdowns

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November 21, 2011
Freedom's Phoenix
by Stephen Lendman  
Posted in Commentary

"In 2005, the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics said 650,000 Israelis away for over a year haven't returned. Most were Jews. Moreover, as greater numbers leave, most remaining are ideologically committed. Many of them are fanatics. Others are indifferent, aging, unable to leave, or aren't sure where to go. Emigrating abroad isn't simple. Cost is a factor. Uprooting takes a toll. So does adjusting. Nonetheless, growing numbers leave because social injustice is official policy. So is state terror." (11/21/11)  

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