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As we know by now, Israel has faced overt anti-Semitism from several Arab countries at this year's Olympic games in Brazil. These include the Lebanese team refusing to share a bus ride with the Israeli contingent, and an Egyptian who refused to shake an Israeli opponent's hand (at least the crowd booed him and the Olympic committee censured him.)
The intent of the article is not just to document the continued hatred of Israel by the Arab world, but to posit that this hatred is the reason for ongoing hostilities in the Middle East and for the continued backwardness of Arab societies.
Several quotes of note from the article:
"Successful nations make a point of trying to learn from their neighbors. The Arab world has been taught over generations only to hate theirs."
So long as an Arab athlete can't pay his Israeli opposite the courtesy of a handshake, the disease of the Arab mind and the misfortunes of its world will continue. For Israel, this is a pity. For the Arabs, it's a calamity. The hater always suffers more than the object of his hatred.