Or, at least, according to one of his readers, moving " towards the gutbucket swampland of blood libels" because he dares to criticize some settlers who are "a more or less normal group of people who are living in the land of their forefathers."

The neoconservative use of the anti-Semite card is so ubiquitous and so vile and so cheap it has become meaningless.

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