Interesting article in Ha'aretz: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1163621.html This is a guy who lived in the US all his life and has spent only 18 months in Israel: Does being Jewish wire people for ethnocentrism? How can someone wipe out decades of diversity with a few months of homogeneity? The town where Klein lives in Israel, Bet Shemesh is 100% Jewish since all "Aravs" have been ethnically cleansed from it. [see wikipedia Isn't this racism? Or just an indicator of the socially dysfunctional aspects of Zionism? Does this guy still have an American passport?