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Should Israel be allowed to discriminate against Americans who have expressed criticism of its policies?

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  • No, it shouldn't

    Its policies deserve criticism, the Israelis act like they're the good guy in their conflict with the Palestinians and that's simply not accurate, atrocities are performed by both sides. You'll never hear of it here though, if an American politician says "Israel is our friend" the rest of Washington blasts them for not saying "Israel is our super duper best friend ever" because we're that afraid of losing them as an ally. They get a free pass to do whatever they please.

  • No, discrimination is never healthy.

    Israel should not be allowed to discriminate against Americans who have expressed criticism of its policies, since it doesn't even discriminate against its own people who express criticism of its policies. Squashing a persons opinion by discrimination does not progress make; listening and having an exchange is what helps people to understand and solve differences.

  • No, it shouldn't

    Its policies deserve criticism, the Israelis act like they're the good guy in their conflict with the Palestinians and that's simply not accurate, atrocities are performed by both sides. You'll never hear of it here though, if an American politician says "Israel is our friend" the rest of Washington blasts them for not saying "Israel is our super duper best friend ever" because we're that afraid of losing them as an ally. They get a free pass to do whatever they please.

  • No, discrimination is never healthy.

    Israel should not be allowed to discriminate against Americans who have expressed criticism of its policies, since it doesn't even discriminate against its own people who express criticism of its policies. Squashing a persons opinion by discrimination does not progress make; listening and having an exchange is what helps people to understand and solve differences.


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