It’s from a position of doubly-guaranteed safety that we are demanding that an oppressed people protect our feelings.
“It is clear that Professor Hill’s appearance was his own, and not as a representative of Temple University.”
Israeli Jews obviously have as much reason to worry about Palestinian terrorism and unrelenting Arab-Muslim enmity towards the Jewish state.
The leadership of the Women’s March could learn a lot from Hill.
Hill did not distance himself from his view of justice in the Middle East.
As a Palestinian American and a scholar of Palestinian history, I’m concerned by the lack of interest in how this phrase is understood.
Whether CNN’s firing of Marc Lamont Hill is right, it is proper and constitutional.
What words matter to CNN, which retains commentator Rick Santorum, who has explicitly denied the very existence of Palestinians in the West Bank?
In addition to his anti-Israel activism, Hill has worked with and expressed admiration for rabid Jew-hater Louis Farrakhan for at least a decade.
This is the second time he’s been fired by a cable news outlet.
The fact that Hill seems to support violent resistance against Israel should make every supporter of a peaceful outcome to the conflict pause.