Tom Usher commented or added the following:
"And how do they view Lieberman now? The best indication may have come in a poll published at the weekend. Asked - and the very question says a great deal about the current atmosphere in Israel - 'Who among politicians contributes the most to the rise in trends of extremist nationalism, to the point of fascism?' fully 60% of Israelis responding answered 'Avigdor Lieberman.'" However, Zionism depends upon fascism. Without fascism, there would be no Zionist Project, as we know it. It's fascism or no "Jewish" state no matter how they try to morph that term "Jewish."