Our image of fundamentalism (think Al-Qaeda—crazed religious and nationalist zealots) is easy to fight—it's right in front of us and it screams "death to the West". But the worst kind of Jewish fundamentalism is insidious. It looks nothing like Al-Qaeda—it's not a crusade against the West or a campaign for theocracy, so often we don't see it and fail to protect against it because it maintains an oddly democratic facade. This invisible Jewish neo-fundamentalism is rooted in fear. And it is this fear that rights all the wrongs of Israeli policies and justifies the occupation.
That was Avrum Burg.