Israel apologists defend the indefensible

Katsineris, Steven
April 2011
Green Left Weekly;4/6/2011, Issue 875, p10
The author argues that pro-Israel commentators are hypocritical by their selective compassion and condemns Israel's apartheid practice towards the Palestinians.


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