Tel Aviv — The paradox of Israel’s reaction to the assassination of Hezbollah arch-terrorist Imad Mughniyeh could be summed up in a humorous pop song from the last decade:
“If you travel to a foreign country, hide your Star of David in your shirt.
It’s dangerous for them to know you’re from here.
Say you’re from Greece. Say you’re from Sudan....
No one should make a fuss over you.”
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