Israel will soon ban one of the Galilee’s most ancient professions: fishing on the Kinneret.
Under the klieg lights, American officials calmly repeated their opposition to key policies of Israel’s current government. Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu snorted defiance in the face of the American warnings. And nothing appeared to change.
It was late 2008, and if ever the country seemed primed for a revived outbreak of the populist formula equating Wall Street with Jews and both of these with evil, this was a moment when the stars were aligned in malignant confluence.
In a rare campus victory for proponents of divestment efforts targeting Israel, the student senate at the University of California, Berkeley approved a resolution calling on the school to divest from corporations deemed to support the Israeli military, the West Bank separation barrier and settlement building.
The name Dan Senor triggers two associations in the minds of those people who have heard of him at all.
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