Israel’s existence as a Jewish state is disturbing
Rima Najjar

Although the term “Jewish Supremacy” feels like intentional hyperbole for effect, I guess I can agree with the author’s premise—If she is also equally willing to criticize Iran, Pakistan, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Lebanon and Malaysia for their partial or total inclusion of Sharia in state law and the generally Islamic nature of the state.

If she’s not willing to do that, I am left only to focus on perhaps the most honest string of words in the piece: “Israel must come to an end.”

In that, the author represents the hostile and violent mindset that got Jews and Arabs into this mess in the first place.

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