Comparing Bibi's Israel to (Drum Roll) Monty Python's 'Cheese Shop'

Israeli novelist-travel writer Yuval Ben-Ami weighs in at the +972 blog with a clever take on the snowballing Israeli economic Israel protest:

I’m not sure Ben-Ami isn’t reading more into the tent camps’ potential for future impact than the reality on the streets can support, but his whimsical approach is a good window into their zeitgeist. Here’s the Python original:

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Jonathan Jeremy “J.J.” Goldberg is editor-at-large of the Forward, where he served as editor in chief for seven years (2000-2007).

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