One of the more interesting themes I have noticed among the twitterati of the anti-Israel left is that, no matter what the news story is, they have to relate it to "occupation."
People in Tel Aviv protesting high housing costs? Why aren't they mentioning the "occupation"?
A new publicity initiative from the Foreign Ministry? Well, it is propaganda because it doesn't talk about "occupation!"
Another group making videos about Israel that make Israels look like normal human beings? Feh! The country is defined by "occupation!"
So for those of you who are jealous of people whose worldview can be simplified to a single word, I have the solution for you:
Any time you look at a map of Israel, or photos of Israelis helping out poor people in Africa or victims of disasters, or the latest numbers at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, or a live performance of the Israel Philharmonic simulcast at movie theatres across the US tomorrow night, or a potential better alternative to mammography for women made by Israelis - just put these on, and all will make sense again.
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