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"The guru of the protest is a Jew who despises his Judaism": Arel Segal's fierce attack on Yuval Noah Harari - Walla! Culture


In the TV show "Arel's Report", broadcast on Channel 14, host Arel Segal dedicated his opening monologue to historian Prof. Yuval Noah Harari


In the television show "Arel's Report", broadcast on Channel 14, host Arel Segal dedicated his opening monologue to historian Prof. Yuval Noah Harari following his statements on the subject of the legal revolution and against the government. Segal attacked Prof. Noah Harari sharply and claimed: If there is someone who symbolizes more than anything the identity crisis that the Israeli left has fallen into, the random collection of atoms that goes by the name of Yuval Noah Harari is the man."

"Yovel Noah Harari is a zealous ideologue masquerading as a scientist," said the Sgt. , the hero they look up to."

Sgt. Vanah Harari (Photo: screenshot, Keshet 12 + Channel 14)

About two weeks ago, Prof. Noah Harari was interviewed by Danny Kushmaro on the "Friday Studio" program and attacked the legal revolution led by the Israeli government.

"There is a very simple test - what is the difference between a reform and a coup? A reform is when the government makes a lot of big, significant changes, but respects the limitations of its power, and even when the reform is perfect, there are still limits to the government's power. This is a reform. A coup is when the government tries to achieve for itself Unlimited power, to destroy all restraints on it and destroy all checks and balances. And when the coup is perfect, the government has unlimited power to do anything it wants. It can completely trample our freedom.

"This is the test, and in this test it is clear that we are currently in the midst of a coup. People should stop talking about how many representatives there will be in the committee for appointing judges and the superseding clause and all these things - attention should be focused on one and only question: What limits the power of the government? If the current coalition or In the future she will decide, for example, to deny the right to vote to Westerners, to deny the right to strike to workers, to close a television station that she doesn't like - what prevents it, what drives it? Until today in the history of the State of Israel we have had this pertachi style of some basic laws And the High Court, which was the only institution that could intervene in such a situation and tell the government "no".

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Source: walla

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