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  • n. A supporter of expulsionism.


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expulsion +‎ -ist


  • It must be comforting to believe that everyone who disagrees with you is racist bigoted colonialist expulsionist. rfv Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Parallel

  • "By contrast," Morris concludes, "expulsionist thinking and, where it became possible, behavior, characterized the mainstream of the Palestinian national movement since its inception."

  • I should add that during the many years when Benny Morris was quite unable to get a job in the history department of any other university in Israel because of the work he had done uncovering Israel's expulsionist campaigns against the Palestinians in the war of 1947-48, it was finally BGU that offered him a position.

    'Just World News' with Helena Cobban

  • It’s not a surprise that these sorts of colonialist/expulsionist sentiments frequently lie behind the claims that Israel/Clinton made Arafat a generous offer, but I am surprised to see these sentiments marketed under Mark Kleiman’s umbrella.

    Matthew Yglesias » Parallel


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