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Ali Abunimah
What’s to celebrate? He will be replaced by another cold-blooded butcher of Palestinian children. Netanyahu’s replacement represents precisely zero progress for Palestinian rights.
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Ali Abunimah Sep 17
Replying to @netanyahu @gantzbe
From UN, facts about Israel's 2014 war on Gaza, when was prime minister, and opposition leader was army chief: 2251 Palestinians killed including 551 children. 11,231 more injured including 3,436 kids. And that's just the 2014 war.
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T Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
Surely there’s something to cling onto Ali. If Israeli politics is more divided and polarised there’s more chance for reform.
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Ali Abunimah Sep 17
Replying to @TabPharmer
No. There is no capacity for reform from within. External pressure is the necessary condition.
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Muslim Feminist Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
I don’t understand why everyone keeps telling themselves that Bibi is the problem as opposed to apartheid and therefore, things will be better without him...???
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Marisol Nostromo ⏳ ‏ Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
Yes. But with Bibi out if office, it may be easier to prosecute him.
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Rita Allison Sep 18
It will be a kind of sweet justice to see the arrogant Netanyahu behind bars. A fitting end. Just hope he’s put away for a long time but .......
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JudeanPeoplesFront Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
You're right! Still Palestinian Justice will be a looooong fight. Small (even if trivial) victories should be celebrated to sustain the fight and lift fighters spirits.
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Jim Latta Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
It's always sad to watch the victims become the perpetrators
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sergio bretas Sep 17
Replying to @AliAbunimah
You are SO right, Ali
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