In 1919, following the first World War, the victorious Allied Powers met in Paris to remake the world. The prime ministers
Thinking forward from past to present, I see how the Balfour declarations advanced Jewish nationalism, meaning Zionism. Nevertheless
Zionists have long viewed this document as a “promissory note” giving a Great Power “seal of approval” to their quest to establish a state in Palestine.
The left has too often allowed our critique of Israel to obscure the demands of our better angels.
I am tired of people pitting my identities against one another.
In a recent op-ed in the New York Times, author Emily Shire asked, in relation to the International Women’s Day Strike that
He may have stumbled upon some useful truth.
UC Berkeley Course: The Travesty of the Distortion of History Under the Guise of Academic Discipline
This came to mind as we learned about a "DeCal" student-led course being offered at the University of California, Berkeley
The question "Are you Zionist?" only creates obfuscation. And yet Israel's political right and the U.S. Jewish establishment keep using this question as the shibboleth determining whether you are "pro-Israel" or "anti-Israel" - another distinction as useless as "pro-U.S." or "anti-U.S."
Bir Haddaj, a large well at the centre of Tayma that dates back to at least to the middle of the 6th century BCE. The well
Although denial of the facts of the Holocaust almost never appears in mainstream intellectual leftist discourse a new form of denial does and it is most pernicious. This form of denial does not challenge the historical truth of the Holocaust.
And indeed I think that Israel's lack of vision is already creating the analogue of Brexit: As Peter Beinart has been arguing for years, the younger generation of American Jews, who are overwhelmingly liberal and cosmopolitan in outlook, are progressively disengaging from an Israel, with which they cannot identify, and whose values they do not share.
.As another speaker said, everyone else is in denial. They do not acknowledge the suffering on both sides of the conflict
Nakba is the Arabic word for "catastrophe," signifying the immense dislocation that unfolded during 1947-49 after the United Nations' decision to partition Palestine into two states.
A few months ago we, at StandWithUs New York, together with Israel's Permanent Mission to the UN, embarked on a mission: sharing Israel's story at the UN Headquarters in New York.
Although terrorist attacks in Europe are typically indiscriminate in terms of targeting ethnicity, the conflation of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism continues to fuel attacks on Jews and Jewish institutions in Europe by Muslims and non-Muslims.
It's no secret that American campuses are becoming extremely hostile to Israel. The growth of Students for Justice in Palestine, BDS proposals, Apartheid Weeks, and so on, mean that all the anti-Israel discourse anyone could want is freely available.