Blaming Palestinians for fires part of Netanyahu's "strategy of incitement"

Abunimah, Ali
November 2016
Electronic Intifada;11/29/2016, p1
The article reports that Palestinians and Palestinian citizens of Israel are being blamed for wildfires as part of the Israeli government's deliberate strategy of incitement.


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