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November 06, 2011

MJ "Israel Can't Be De-legitimized" Rosenberg Backtracks?

MJ Rosenberg, who this year penned an Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times dedicated to the pie-in-the-sky notion that “Israel can't be de-legitimized, and no one is trying to do so,” appears to have backtracked in a far more modest forum.

Commenting on a blog post by Ha'aretz's Bradley Burston dealing with calls for "Death to Israel" by Kent State professor Julio Pino and others, someone posts under the name of MJ Rosenberg:

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So calls for "Death to Israel" do exist, but don't blame (self-defined) progressives. Now that we've established that calls for the death of Israel do exist, can we acknowledge that such calls constitute delegitimization of Israel?

Posted by TS at November 6, 2011 03:30 AM

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