Ian S. Lustick, Paradigm Lost: From Two-State Solution to One-State Reality (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019). Almost half a century ago, in the early
As the push to annexation heats up, core issues related to Occupation feel like they are fading. That is unfortunate, as many urgent issues remain
Last week, I slammed the Reform Movement for its truly shocking statement about civility in American political discourse. In addition to what was said, how
MASA must immediately revoke support for programs in illegal outposts — or permit all programs to volunteer with peaceful Palestinians.
I went to Ramallah two weekends ago to visit a friend living there, and the experiences I had forced me to rethink oppression and how we
My Jewishness demands opposing the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, writes a young member of “All That’s Left,” a diaspora activist group in Israel.
Palestinians are hurt frequently in unarmed protests, even killed. But it took Israeli Jewish activists to get one tragic death any Western attention or the
I often hear the right-wing voices reiterate the mantra that the settlements aren’t an obstacle to peace. Which is, at best, phenomenally and stunningly ignorant.
It is one thing to know that peace-loving Palestinians exist, but quite another to join several hundreds [700, I have since learned] of Palestinians giving
Women are largely prohibited from serving in combat units in the IDF, though they are ubiquitous as medics, scouts, officers, education officers, social workers, and