The dominant voices attempt to bypass the reality of Apartheid, calling to protect the existing “democracy” rather than to democratize the regime. But there is also a small and powerful group of demonstrators who insist on connecting the dots. (photo credit: Eran Torbiner) // [Photo was not part of the original article]

This is the time for a protest anthem, not for the Hatikva national anthem

The protesters who sang the Israeli national anthem at Tel Aviv’s Habima Square [on 14 January] are not downtrodden citizens, and it would be better if they stayed at home. Do you want a change? Look at what they did in Tahrir Square in 2011



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