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I'm ready to say "good," because the banning will draw considerably more attention to the situation in Israel than a simple sign in front of a marching group introducing, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid.
In response, I would expect to see hundreds of signs along the parade route, saying "Israeli Apartheid," giving the concept greater exposure. No organization, just as no government agency, can ban free speech.

by shergald on Wed Jun 9th, 2010 at 10:39:33 PM EST
I only occasionally focus intently on the I/P issue, but when I've come back to it in recent weeks, after 6 months or a year on other stuff, the Israeli stance seems to have jumped very far into a paranoid world view that has little connection to reality. And yet, no matter how fantastical, paranoid about Arabs and Likudnikian, nearly all mainstream American and apparently Canadian politicians give it 100%++ support.

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by fairleft (fairleftatyahoodotcom) on Wed Jun 9th, 2010 at 11:01:07 PM EST
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