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don't accept the hazony thesis

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Submitted by paul (United States), Aug 18, 2010 at 15:44

If Hazony is correct, and there is a new paradigm, why hasn't the European Far Left thundered against Bosnia, Armenia,, fyom, slovenia, etc, where old style nationalism is rampant? No, I'm afraid that the hatred for Israel arises from a devil's brew of old-fashioned anti-semitism, appeasement of radical Islam, and, above all, a marvelous wedge issue (usually by Trotskyites) to turn the Third World against the West.

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