This video actually went viral before all the recent fighting. A settler admits that he’s stealing someone’s house, but then he kind of shrugs and says that if he didn’t steal it, someone else would. In that he’s right this is a policy problem, not an individual one. pic.twitter.com/yJJ5w6XS9l— Zaid Jilani (@ZaidJilani) May 20, 2021
If this didn’t appear in an Israeli newspaper, Republican pundits would declare it anti-Semitic. They still may pic.twitter.com/kmCIXVkZE5— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) May 19, 2021
It is not every day that you wake up to headlines like this one.
“Hundreds of faculty members and students from Princeton University signed an open letter condemning the continued attacks by Israeli armed forces against Palestinian people in Gaza and expressed opposition to “Jewish supremacy.”
The letter, which appeared in the independent student newspaper, the Daily Princetonian, was titled “Princeton University community statement of solidarity with the Palestinian people.”
As of Thursday, the letter had received signatures from over 60 staff and faculty members, as well as hundreds from Princeton alumni, undergraduate and graduate students. …
“The brutal system that controls Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories is ideologically founded upon Jewish supremacy, rules over the lives of Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel alike, and is practically committed to territorial theft from Palestinians who continue to resist physical removal and existential erasure,” the letter said. …”
It instantly dawned on me that I had heard this term before.
Duke recently interviewed Greg Felton about his book The Host & The Parasite: How Israel’s Fifth Column Consumed America which is timely in light of recent events and the shift in public opinion and especially among young people on both sides of the aisle on OUR GREATEST ALLY.