Jewschool, February 14, 2017


For the last decade, all-out war has been declared on anti-occupation Jews in the U.S. by the organized Jewish establishment. Everyone from J Street leftwards has been shunted aside — quite forcibly pushed out of the Jewish communal tent for violating the so-called “communal consensus” on Israel.

Jews for Justice for Palestinians, February 14th, 2017

Many thousands of Palestinians live in refugee camps dotted around the Arab countries of the MidEast, including Gaza and the West Bank. Balata [above] is in the West Bank and one of the larger ones.

“As Jews, we welcome refugees” (unless they’re Palestinian).

Writing from the Edge, Patheos
February 11, 2017


And it’s all down to a collective Jewish denial that’s now in its 69th year.

Haaretz, Mar. 10, 2017

NEW YORK - Dozens of prominent Jewish scholars worry they won't be able to visit Israel anymore, citing a new law entitling the government to deny entry to supporters of boycotts against the country or its settlements in occupied territory. Meanwhile, only days after the passing of the new law, more than 100 Jewish studies scholars have signed a letter in which they threaten to refrain from visiting Israel in protest.

Haaretz, Mar. 12, 2017

the old Green Line was irregular and left a great deal of fertile, hilly land on the other side. And then there was Jerusalem, whose eastern parts, including Temple Mount, were also on the other side of that border.

Mondoweiss, March 8, 2016

Most Israeli Jews want to expel Palestinian citizens of Israel from the country. And overwhelmingly, those Palestinian citizens say that the United States is too supportive of Israel.