Levy: Israel is in a "coma" and needs outside help to get over its addiction to the occupation
Gideon Levy, one of the most prominent Israeli journalists working with Ha’aretz speaks to The Real News’ Lia Tarachansky about Israel’s addiction to the occupation of the Palestinian Territories. He says there are two ways to deal with a drug addict, you can either help them get more drugs, and this may be perceived as care, but it is not friendship. A real friend helps the drug addict get over their addiction. Levy says the Jewish lobby has decided to take the former route, but he is hoping that the United States and the Obama Administration will take the latter. (Click on the Image to View the Video)
Gideon Levy is a prominent Israeli journalist and author of the weekly column Twilight Zone in the Israeli paper Ha’aretz. He is also an editorial board member of Ha’aretz. Between 1978 and 1982 Levy served in the Shimon Peres office when Peres was the leader of the Labor Party.