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January 16, 2012

Uri Misgav, Without Minimal Clarification


You'd think someone who decries "a hasty, one-sided move, without the minimal amount of clarification" would take pains to clarify items about which he writes. But no. Apparently, for Uri Misgav, writing in Ha'aretz today, what's not acceptable for others is perfectly permissible for him.

Thus, in his own haste he fails to clarify the so-called Nakba Law, referring to it as "legislation that forbids people to speak about the Nakba [the "disaster", in Arabic, referring to the establishment of the state]." Of course, the law does no such thing, but rather gives the Finance Minister the authority to withhold state funds from organizations that are government funded. That's it.

Posted by TS at January 16, 2012 05:47 AM


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