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From Professor Chris Brand's blog "IQ & PC."|
Israel’s leftist newspaper, Haaretz, was shocked to find how little the multiculti-promoting agenda of American Jewry had proved influential in Israel itself (23 viii):
“For me, personally, Arabs are something I can’t look at and can’t stand,” a 10th-grade girl from a high school in the central part of the country says in abominable Hebrew. “I am tremendously racist. I come from a racist home. If I get the chance in the army to shoot one of them, I won’t think twice. I’m ready to kill someone with my hands, and it’s an Arab. In my education I learned that . . . their education is to be terrorists, and there is no belief in them. I live in an area of Arabs, and every day I see these Ishmaelites, who pass by the [bus] station and whistle. I wish them death.”
The student’s comments appear in a chapter devoted to ethnicity and racism among youth from a forthcoming book, Scenes from School Life (in Hebrew) by Idan Yaron and Yoram Harpaz. The book is based on anthropological observations made by Dr. Yaron, a sociologist, over the course of three years in a six-year, secular high school in the Israeli heartland -- “the most average school we could find,” says Harpaz, a professor of education.
However, Israelis were apparently happy to have their gene pool complemented by suitable semi-Gentiles (who had supposedly, in ancient history, especially in Russia, ‘stolen’ blonde Jewish genes, along with Jewish money....):
Her name is Alona Tal. She is a popular Israeli singer-actress and was born in Herzliya, Israel. After serving with the Israel Defense Force, she moved to New York and married a Hispanic film director.