Tke Kafr Qasim Massacre and its hidden meaning
The brutal massacre of innocent Palestinian villagers, citizens of Israel, in Kafr Qasim is one of the most traumatic events in Israeli history. From October 1956 to this day, this massacre is raising troubling questions, some of which remain unanswered to this very day. How can we explain the contradictory, equivocal response of Prime Minister David Ben Gurion? What is the legacy of the famous ruling of Justice Benjamin Halevy on a “manifestly illegal order”? What are the dangers lurking in the future?
And what has “Operation Mole” to do with the above?
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Last edited by dannyorbach; Mar 03 2012 at 02:14 PM.
Mmmm....1956- and, from what I can see (a) most of those protesting hadn't even been born yet; (b) it's still the subject of a lot of whipped -up fervor in the Arab world; (c) the Communist party in Israel is still getting some propaganda mileage out of it; (d) the Israeli mainstream seems to have moved on quite nicely.
How's that go ? The moving hand writes; and-having writ, moves on.
Weighed in the balance.