Israel’s Reut Institute removes “sabotage” and “attack” language to hide its true intentions

Israel’s leading think tank the Reut Institute recently recommended that Israel’s government and intelligence agencies “sabotage” and “attack” peace and justice groups around the world that have been critical of Israel, as EI reported in February.

Reut was obviously embarassed by the wide exposure its underhand, and possibly illegal recommendations generated, so it has cleaned up its website. The Reut Institute document EI linked to, entitled “The Delegitimization Challenge: Creating a Political Firewall” no longer contains any references to “sabotage” and “attack” and now speaks ‘only’ of “undermining.” While the language may have been sanitized a bit, the same belligerent intention is there.

For the record, here is a copy of the ORIGINAL Reut Institute document before it was self-censored and sanitized to hide the Reut Institute’s nefarious intentions.

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