Zachary Spitz is a University of Chicago undergraduate and a Midwest regional co-chair for J Street U.
By Zachary Spitz
The Destruction Of Susya Would Spell Disaster For Israel
This past summer, as a J Street U intern in Israel, I visited two West Bank towns by the same name: the Palestinian village of Susya and the nearby Israeli settlement of Susya. I expected to see a disparity between them, but what I witnessed was shocking injustice. While the surrounding settlements and outposts were…
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