‘What we truly need are bulldozers to dig and lay us deep into our land’
We are a coalition of Jewish and Israeli students and affiliates from Harvard, MIT, the University of Pennsylvania, and Jewish and Israeli organizations across the United States. In the past two months, there have been grave and chilling instances of antisemitism on our campuses. But when universities and political representatives wrongfully deploy the serious charge of antisemitism as a tool to silence criticism of the Israeli government and calls for Palestinian liberation, they undermine the severity of those horrific incidents. We are disturbed and frustrated by this dangerous conflation.
The skewed numbers of those killed in and around the Gaza Strip so far — around 1,200 Israelis and 15,000 Palestinians — in the latest phase of a more than century-long conflict point to the enormous disparity between these two sides.
Over the past several weeks, Israel’s assault on Gaza has unleashed all sorts of violence — and not just the obvious kind. As of this writing, the death toll from….
The last week has seen, as of November 28, the release of 69 civilians held hostage in Gaza in exchange for 180 Palestinian prisoners as part of a short-term cease-fire agreement between Israeli authorities and Palestinian armed groups.
For far too long, Palestinians have been denied the freedom to tell our own story.
People have seen too much that will stay with them too long. Trust in the ‘international community’ will never be the same
Giora Eiland is one of the “thinking officers” to have come out of the IDF. Pleasant and eloquent, his demeanor is all moderation and sound judgment. He had an impressive military career, was head of the military’s Operations and Planning Division and head of the National Security Council. He is constantly being interviewed and hailed by the Labor movement. He isn’t inarticulate and ignorant like Brig. Gen. Amir Avivi and isn’t bloodthirsty like Itamar Ben Gvir. Middle of the road, moderate right.
We are Witnessing a Genocide Unfolding in Gaza: To Stop it, the ICC Prosecutor Must Apply the Law Without Fear or Favour
The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Mr Karim Khan, recently published an op-ed, which read more like a diplomatic cable than a Prosecutorial statement of intent, entitled: “We….
The piece was nearing publication when the journal decided against publishing it. You can read the article here.