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Tag Archives: Apartheid
In yet another supremely depressing incident of campus antisemitism – and no, I’m not going to cloak this phenomenon in the guise of “anti-Zionism” – Israeli diplomat George Deek, who is himself a Christian Arab, was shouted down at the … Continue reading
Harriet Sherwood has produced a seemingly innocuous article about the Jerusalem light rail and the diversity of passengers who ride in it. This could have been the perfect way to show how Israel is not an apartheid society, but as … Continue reading
This post is going to be a catch-up of sorts of news which I missed over the past week since I was out of the country. My apologies too for for missing my Good News Friday installment for the first … Continue reading
Besides my Good News Friday posts, most of my posts contain either bad news or at the very least worrying news. So in order to keep a sense of proportion, and also in order to highlight the wonderful work that … Continue reading
This is a guest post by frequent commenter and contributor Brian Goldfarb. Just a few words of introduction: I feel very ambivalent about Nelson Mandela (see the rest of this post for an explanation) and didn’t know how to approach … Continue reading