That’s Martin Sherman, last week, pontificating in a Jerusalem Post piece about the best way for Israel to keep itself safe. The Times of Israel doesn’t allow bloggers to write posts on its site calling for genocide. But the Post has no problem with columnists straightforwardly insisting on ethnic cleansing; Sherman’s post has been online since July 24 and you can go to the Post and enjoy his brilliant reasoning whenever you feel like seeing how someone can take a bunch of facts and use them to reach an absolutely monstrous conclusion.
Perhaps the Post isn’t concerned because Sherman’s very clear that it’s humanitarian ethnic cleansing he’s supporting.
Not, you know, the bad kind.