"Why a Qatari-born immigrant like Omar Barghouti should have more legal and civil rights than a Jewish child born in Israel cannot be defended in any way except by an appeal to the racial and religious superiority of the construct of a Palestinian identity. A fraud that the Barghoutis have done a good deal to perpetuate in academic life."You should read the rest of Daniel Greenfield's column, which contains all the Barghouti-bashing you can handle.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
It's very common for Huffington Posters to moan at us about how unfair it is that any Jew anywhere can become Israeli (and by extension has a right to live there) than a Palestinian living nearby. However, there's a counter argument to that which isn't brought up nearly as often: