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     grep -vP '(humour/human-hacking/hebrew-v2|humour/humanity/buy-the-fish-in-hebrew|humour/humanity/ongoing-text-hebrew\.html|humour/Pope/The-Pope-Died-on-Sunday--Hebrew-Text)' |
     grep -vP '^(dest/t2-homepage/index\.html)' |
     grep -vP '^(dest/t2-homepage/old-news\.html)' |
-    grep -vP '^(dest/t2-homepage/lecture/)'
+    grep -vP '^(dest/t2-homepage/lecture/)' |
+    grep -vP '^(dest/t2-homepage/philosophy/politics/define-zionism/heb/index\.html)'
 }
 
 temp_only_from_reached()

t2/philosophy/philosophy/guide-to-neo-tech/index.html.wml

 
 <p>
 Neo-Tech is a way to <b>liquidate negatives</b>. It exposes the so-called 
-<b>"mysticism"</b>, which is the irrational belief that <b>man-created 
+<b>mysticism</b>, which is the irrational belief that <b>man-created 
 realities can replace</b> the objective, common reality of existence. It 
 demonstrates how many people manipulate such mind-created realities to control 
 other people, and how Neo-Tech can be <b>the silver bullet</b> for becoming
 I believe many statements mentioned there are wrong or out of date, while I
 still accept the general essence of Neo-Tech. However, Neo-Tech is not meant
 to be the absolute truth, and in fact tends to depracate using the word 
-"truth".
+truth.
 </li>
 
 <li>
 Some words that are defined in the 
-<a href="http://www.neo-tech.com/orientation/">"Neo-Tech Orientation and 
-Definitions"</a> are used with a <b>somewhat different meaning</b> than
+<a href="http://www.neo-tech.com/orientation/">“Neo-Tech Orientation and
+Definitions”</a> are used with a <b>somewhat different meaning</b> than
 the one in their day to day speak. 
 </li>
 
 Many of the things Neo-Tech has to say <b>may sound fantastic, 
 unbelievable</b> or completely false. However, be open-minded <b>and give 
 them a chance</b>. You don’t need to try to think why they are correct 
-consciously. Eventually they'll sink in.
+consciously. Eventually theyll sink in.
 </li>
 
 </ol>
 </p>
 
 <p>
-There are some points that I'm unhappy with the advantages, or think that
+There are some points that Im unhappy with the advantages, or think that
 they need to be updated. But they are still very good and relevant for
 early 21st century life.
 </p>
 <h2>Where to Go from Here</h2>
 
 <p>
-I've recommended other very good books in my
+I’ve recommended other very good books in my
 <a href="$(ROOT)/philosophy/books-recommends/">Book Recommendations</a>. Aside
 from that I also wrote <a href="$(ROOT)/philosophy/">many essays myself</a>
 that are based on Neo-Tech. Also look at

t2/philosophy/philosophy/index.html.wml

 #include '../template.wml'
 
-<latemp_subject "Shlomi Fish's Writings about General Philosophy" />
+<latemp_subject "Shlomi Fishs Writings about General Philosophy" />
 
 <p>
 These are essays I wrote about general philsophy - life, the universe and
 <p>
 An article that nicely summarizes the principals of my view on self and of 
 life. Do you think highly of yourself? Do you think highly of yourself enough?
-Do you think you can influence the world? It's all there.
+Do you think you can influence the world? Its all there.
 </p>
 
 <h3><a href="guide-to-neo-tech/">Guide to Neo-Tech</a></h3>

t2/philosophy/politics/define-zionism/index.html.wml

 #include '../template.wml'
 #include "toc_div.wml"
 
-<latemp_subject "Define \"Zionism\"" />
+<latemp_subject "Define Zionism" />
 
 #include "pages/t2/philosophy/define-zionism.wml"
 
 
 <blockquote>
 <p>
-<b>Him</b>: I'm confused. You keep talking to me like we are friends. Do we 
+<b>Him</b>: Im confused. You keep talking to me like we are friends. Do we 
 know each other? If we do, and I forgot, Sorry!<br />
 <b>Me</b>: No, I only know you from IRC.<br />
-<b>Him</b>: Yeah, but you are some sort of <b>Zionist</b>. Shouldn't you 
+<b>Him</b>: Yeah, but you are some sort of <b>Zionist</b>. Shouldnt you 
 hate me?
 </p>
 </blockquote>
 
 <p>
-Now what did he mean by "Zionism"? What do people mean when they say it
-in general? As I'm going to demonstrate there are several different meanings
-to Zionism. I'm also going to touch on the related topics of
+Now what did he mean by “Zionism”? What do people mean when they say it
+in general? As I’m going to demonstrate there are several different meanings
+to Zionism. I’m also going to touch on the related topics of
 anti-Israelism/pro-Israelism, anti-Semitism, and constitutional
 discrimination in Israel.
 </p>
 </ol>
 
 <p>
-Now let's analyse them one after the other. Definition No. 1 is perfectly
+Now lets analyse them one after the other. Definition No. 1 is perfectly
 valid as Jews are indeed a people. Definition No. 2 is valid, but it stems
 from a more general principle of <a href="http://www.openimmigration.com/">open
 immigration</a>: any lawful person has a basic <i>ethical</i> right to
 </p>
 
 <p>
-Now let's try to analyse definition no. 3.
+Now lets try to analyse definition no. 3.
 </p>
 
 <h3 id="constitutional_discrimination">Why it is Wrong for Israel to have 
 <p>
 <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/philosophy-il/message/81">Private
 individuals have a right to non-violently discriminate</a> either by accident
-or because of subconscious reasons, or even maliciously. That's because
+or because of subconscious reasons, or even maliciously. Thats because
 discrimination does not constitute of initiatory force, threat of force or
 fraud, that are the only real crimes. (Not to mention that discrimination is
 much harder to prove than real crimes such as murder, theft or rape).
 <p>
 All of this constitutional discrimination is extremely unhealthy and has no
 good reason. Most Israeli Jews believe it is required to maintain the Jewish
-nature of Israel, but that's not the case. And I'd rather that Israel's
+nature of Israel, but thats not the case. And Id rather that Israels
 Jewish nature diminishes somewhat, than for it to remain a country with
 uneven laws. The entire claim that Israel will be destroyed from the inside if
 we allow an open immigration, is bogus because most of the non-Jews who
 that.
 </p>
 
-<h4 id="biblical_right">Addressing the Jewish "Biblical Rights" Claims</h4>
+<h4 id="biblical_right">Addressing the Jewish Biblical Rights Claims</h4>
 
 <p>
-Often you'll hear pro-Discrimination advocates claiming that Jews have rights
-on Palestine because that's what the Old Testament claims. However, like it
+Often you’ll hear pro-Discrimination advocates claiming that Jews have rights
+on Palestine because that’s what the Old Testament claims. However, like it
 or not, the Old Testament cannot serve as an objective proof for anything.
 There <a href="http://www.godlessgeeks.com/LINKS/BibleQuotes.htm">are plenty
 of things that are written in the Bible that will seem ridiculous to modern
-thinkers</a>. It's high time we understand that the Bible is not "the
-absolute truth" but rather a set of subjective ancient (and antiquitated)
+thinkers</a>. It’s high time we understand that the Bible is not 
+“the absolute truth” but rather a set of subjective ancient (and antiquitated)
 writings.
 </p>
 
 <p>
-In order to prove something, it’s not good enough to say that "X said so"
-or "it was written here". Rather, one should prove it using Logic and based
+In order to prove something, it’s not good enough to say that “X said so”
+or “it was written here”. Rather, one should prove it using Logic and based
 on more basic, axiomatic, facts. With all due respect, the Bible says a great
 deal of nonsense, and even contradicts itself many times.
 </p>
 <p>
 I brought several contemporary definitions of Zionism, but may have missed 
 some. While overlapping, these definitions of Zionism, mean completely
-different things. As such calling someone "Zionist" or "anti-Zionist" is
-meaningless. Next, I'll try to make some distinictions between other related
+different things. As such calling someone “Zionist” or “anti-Zionist” is
+meaningless. Next, I’ll try to make some distinictions between other related
 terms.
 </p>
 
 <p>
 On April 2006, someone sent a message to 
 <a href="http://www.iglu.org.il/mailing-lists/linux-il.html">the Israeli 
-Linux mailing list</a> with a post named "Google is Anti-semitic". (See
+Linux mailing list</a> with a post named Google is Anti-semitic. (See
 <a href="http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-il%40cs.huji.ac.il/msg43736.html">my
-reply</a>). He claimed that "Google is a bunch of anti-semites" and wrote
-a blog entry titled "Google Supports Terrorism". The basis for his claim
+reply</a>). He claimed that “Google is a bunch of anti-semites” and wrote
+a blog entry titled “Google Supports Terrorism”. The basis for his claim
 was the fact that Google excluded the Israeli standard timezone in its Google 
 Analytics service (while including the timezone of several other 
-"Terror-supporting" countries.). 
+Terror-supporting countries.). 
 </p>
 
 <p>
-This incident demonstrates a contemporary problem of the terms "Anti-Israel", 
-"Anti-Semite" and "Anti-Zionist": all of them are often confused and
-misunderstood, and many times maliciously. Let's keep the record straight: if
+This incident demonstrates a contemporary problem of the terms “Anti-Israel”, 
+“Anti-Semite” and “Anti-Zionist”: all of them are often confused and
+misunderstood, and many times maliciously. Let’s keep the record straight: if
 someone opposes the discriminatory nature of the state of Israel, that does
-not make him "Anti-Israel". And it certainly does not make him an "Anti-Semite".
+not make him Anti-Israel. And it certainly does not make him an Anti-Semite.
 Furthermore, some people who express anti-Israeli political opinions are
 not anti-Semite (= People who hate Jews). 
 </p>
 
 <p>
-As for Anti-Zionism, I once told my sister that I'm an anti-Zionist, and she
+As for Anti-Zionism, I once told my sister that Im an anti-Zionist, and she
 said it made her very sad that I am. Then when I told her that I meant that
-I oppose the Israeli constitutional discrimination, she said that that's not
+I oppose the Israeli constitutional discrimination, she said that thats not
 what she thought I meant. Anti-Zionism has several meanings, and as such a
 person who identifies himself as an anti-Zionist should explain what he means
 or stop using the term altogether.
 A lot of the sensitivity of Israelis and pro-Israelis is due to disputed
 terminology. A lot of the problems of Israel are due to its unethical
 constitutional discrimination. And people who try to support Israel should be
-wiser than to default on the Jewish "Biblical rights to the Land of Israel".
+wiser than to default on the Jewish Biblical rights to the Land of Israel.
 </p>
 
 <h3 id="links">Links</h3>
 Israeli Palestinian Conflict</a> - an essay I wrote in 2004.
 </li>
 <li>
-<a href="http://shlomif.livejournal.com/10530.html">"How Israel is
-Responsible for the War with the Hizbullah"</a> (also see the discussion
+<a href="http://shlomif.livejournal.com/10530.html">“How Israel is Responsible 
+for the War with the Hizbullah”</a> (also see the discussion
 on the page) - a blog entry with a touch on the Israeli constitutional
 discrimination angle.
 </li>
 <p>
 Note that the image at the top is taken out of the
 <a href="http://www.ozyandmillie.org/">Ozy and Millie</a> online
-comics' strip which is © 
+comics strip which is © 
 <a href="http://www.ozyandmillie.org/creator.html">D. C. Simpson</a>, with
 a licence that prohibits sale.
 </p>
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