“Shortly after the Hamas massacre, I was driving on the highway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. In place of civilian traffic, flatbed trucks transported tanks and carloads of reservists headed to their units. I spotted a banner hanging across an overpass, imprinted with a slogan denouncing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his assault on the judicial system. It felt like the remains of a long-forgotten election campaign.
Yet only a week earlier I’d been out in the streets, along with hundreds of thousands of my fellow citizens, chanting ‘Shame!’ and waving large Israeli flags, trying to save our country’s democracy.
Now we are trying to save our country.”
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