Comment: some people can't distinguished between--

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some people can't distinguished between--

Jews versus Zionists

Muslims versus Terrorists

Christians versus Neo-conservatives

It's easy to fall into the trap of collectivism--

I know the word is overused, but it has so much power over human thought that it needs to be exposed--


: emphasis on collective rather than individual action or identity

If I identify Jews or Israelis by people like Miko Peled and Rabbi Weiss, then I think Jews are really amazing and brilliant and politically wise--though actually Rabbi Dovid is an American Jew--but I still make the point--

If I identify Jews or Israelis by Netanyahu and the man on the street who calls the Orthodox Jews against Zionism ugly names and potty words--

then I think that Jews are arrogant and scary--

It all depends upon whether or not I collectivize--

Unfortunately, a majority of Christians are Zionists who don't care about Jews but love Israel--

Unfortunately, Jews have the same problem that Muslims have; they allow their radical minority to get away with too much--

because they are basically (the majority) just humans trying to survive--

There are so many kinds of Jews, and not all of them share the same political beliefs or values--

there are probably more extremes among Jews than among Christians and Muslims, though, because generally speaking if a person has Christian parents but no longer participates in Christian worship, he/she does not claim to be Christian, but a Jew who has not participated in any kind of religious worship remains a Jew--

as for Muslims, there are more who are religious than secular, but not radical--very moderate people.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--