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Israeli paper’s publication of BDS ad marks beginning of society’s return to sanity

Hatim Kanaaneh writes: Haaretz has allowed an advertisement on its website in support of the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. It is a milestone event, the beginning of the swing of the pendulum away from mounting fascism and toward a less racist Israeli public opinion. It is the start of Israel’s return to sanity, slow and decades-long as it is likely to be.
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