From Gaza to Jerusalem to Iran

March of Return (Edo Ramon via Flickr)

by Joel Beinin The Palestinian Great March of Return, which began on March 30, 2018 and continued into June, was a popular mobilization of people of the Gaza Strip initiated by politically unaligned young men and women. The campaign of… Continue Reading  

American Jewish Anti-Occupation Advocacy Needs To Go Global

Milos Zeman

by Frima (Merphie) Bubis Two months after the U.S. Embassy officially moved to Jerusalem, the President of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, hosted AIPAC, America’s largest pro-Israel lobby at an official event in the national palace. There, he called on his government to… Continue Reading  

For Many Young American Jews, Trump-Bibi Axis is the Enemy

Bradley Burston

by Edo Konrad There have always been undercurrents of dissent within American Jewry when it comes to Israel. After all, it was progressive Jewish Americans, radicalized by the New Left of the 1960s, who became the avant-garde of the American… Continue Reading  

Benjamin Netanyahu Is a Fake Supporter of Democracy

Benjamin Netanyahu (Shutterstock)

by Edo Konrad Benjamin Netanyahu likes to present himself as a fervent supporter of democracy and pro-democracy protests. In fact he is a very selective advocate of democratic struggles, throwing his weight behind protests that align with his agenda even… Continue Reading  

The Palestinians and Nuclear Weapons

Warhead for the Titan II ICBM (Wikimedia Commons)

by Paul R. Pillar The significance of the unresolved Israeli-Palestinian conflict has long been the subject of tendentious argumentation. The right-wing government of Israel, not wanting to relinquish the conquered land whose relinquishment would be necessary for peace, often contends,… Continue Reading