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I wouldn't be surprised if Steven Spielberg  makes nice later on by very, very publicly establishing a lavishly funded foundation with a portion of the film's profits for  Israelis and Arabs where they can all get together and discover — surprise! — the other is human!

Distinctions between victim and terrorist will once again be twisted and blurred.  Spielberg will thus emerge a hero, be whitewashed for his moral equivalency and be treated with awe as a victim of censorship who bravely overcame the narrow minded, nasty right.

Meanwhile, Israeli cartoonist Ya'akov Kirschen distills the essence of Steven Spielberg's film in four panels. 

Ethel Fenig  1 03 05
 
 

I wouldn't be surprised if Steven Spielberg  makes nice later on by very, very publicly establishing a lavishly funded foundation with a portion of the film's profits for  Israelis and Arabs where they can all get together and discover — surprise! — the other is human!

Distinctions between victim and terrorist will once again be twisted and blurred.  Spielberg will thus emerge a hero, be whitewashed for his moral equivalency and be treated with awe as a victim of censorship who bravely overcame the narrow minded, nasty right.

Meanwhile, Israeli cartoonist Ya'akov Kirschen distills the essence of Steven Spielberg's film in four panels. 

Ethel Fenig  1 03 05