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-- all Israeli settlements are illegal;
-- growing numbers of Jews oppose them;
-- many support the global BDS movement (boycott, sanctions, and divestment);
-- more now leave Israel than arrive; and
-- Palestinians are systematically persecuted, terrorized, and denied rights afforded solely to Jews, and are being dispossessed of property they owned and did "most of the building (on for) over the last 1,500 years."
Their voices are virtually shut out. Instead, feature interviews are presented like "All Things Considered" host Robert Siegel's with Israel's US ambassador Michael Oren, saying:
"....Jerusalem is sovereign Israeli territory, and it has the same status as Tel Aviv. And just as Israelis have a right to build anywhere in Tel Aviv, they have a right to build anywhere in the city of Jerusalem."
Or another with Martin Indyk (former US Israeli ambassador and Netanyahu brother-in-law) hyping Iran as an "existential threat" when last September Reuters quoted Defense Minister Ehud Barak saying "Iran does not constitute an existential threat to Israel....Israel is strong. I don't see anyone who could pose an existential threat," though he called Iran a challenge to the whole world without being more specific.
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