For thousands of American Jews, it is often their only direct experience with what’s happening on the ground in Israel/Palestine.
A tour guide said that “if we did not like it, then we should leave the program and go find another narrative,” according to the campaign statement.
The Birthright participants who walked out on the trip were right to reject Israeli propaganda in favor of the truth.
Is it okay for trip participants to stage a walkout in protest of the occupation on a Birthright trip? Tell us what you think.
The bill is not anti-Semitic. But it’s a terrible bill nonetheless, one that Ireland’s government should not sign into law.
What does it say about the Chicago community, and our shared future, that anti-Occupation Jews at a community event needed their own security detail?
“What’s upsetting is that he completely glossed over the fact that this major West Bank city has conflict b/c of settlements,” a participant tweeted.
The choreographers called the rejection “reverse discrimination,” saying it holds artists accountable for the actions of their governments.
I’m Jewish and you are Palestinian. We are both sixteen. Why should I be safe while you are not, Ahed?
Jewish institutions must recognize what young Jews see as the biggest threat: the daily nightmare of the occupation that Palestinians who live under.