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Things I learned in Israel.

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Israel is something you have to experience in order to truly understand.  This land is both less and much more than people tend to assume. These are some of the things I learned living in Israel: In Israel, I learned that “no” means “maybe.” Rules are for the boring. There …

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The Pathos of Jewish anti-Zionism.

I must admit, there is often something very touching about heartfelt expressions of Jewish anti-Zionism. On Daily Kos (a significant left-leaning political blog) we recently saw another soulful “diary” calling for the dissolution of Israel as the national homeland of the Jewish people.  As is sometimes the case, this one came from …

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‘Arlene from Israel’ – Brief Notes

Brief Notes: Here I want simply to share information and analyses provided by others that will enlightened you – and, in one case, even entertain you. The subject at hand, first, is the issue of the land in Gush Etzion that has been declared state land – in the process …

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And Cries of “Genocide” Rang Out Across the Land…

Last week I discussed how the blood-libel has adapted to the current political moment and is growing within progressive-left discourse around the Arab-Israel conflict. The function of the blood-libel is to create hatred toward Jews for political reasons.  Just as the Nazis used hatred toward Jews as a uniting rallying-cry …

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