Me encontré con el excelente blog de Sabbah, que nos mantiene al tanto del ingrato acontecer palestino, mostrando la inquietante realidad de la ocupación israelí...
Esta es la reseña de la ocupación --de un judío-- durante la celebración del éxodo judío de Egipto:
This is how the Occupation functions. On the front line are good, innocent youth, who could have been my children, about whom I could never say that they are oppressive occupiers. Behind them stands a commander who looks like a marketing executive who cannot harm a fly. And behind him stand all sort of slick-looking youths from the army spokesperson’s office who look like future cinema directors and authors. And even further back behind them stands a water cannon for dispersal of demonstrations. And what’s the big deal about a water cannon - water doesn’t kill. Nor do stun grenades. The whole thing looks like child’s play, and despite all this there is an Occupation, despite all this Hashem lives in a cage, much worse-off than black slaves in the US in their time. All the people of Bil’in can do is go to Ramallah, where the world they can travel freely in stops. All this misery is created by people who look like dorky marketing managers.
¿Qué es lo que nos transforma y permite que nos comportemos de manera tan despreciable?