Israel is often reminded by its critics that its status quo is unsustainable. Like a procrastinator in shul at the end of Yom Kippur, time is running out for it to do the right thing: to withdraw from the territories, midwife a Palestinian state, dissolve itself into nonbeing. To figure out the problem of its own presence.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the memorial at ground zero was a surprising mix of tourists, mourners and conspiracy theorists.
The title of the song, “One World”, can be understood on many levels.
The song was written by the late poet Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman in the folk tradition of disaster commemoration.
Conspiracy theorist Richard Gage, who has entertained antisemitic conspiracy theories, appears in the fourth episode of Lee’s HBO series.
“Everyone forgets that in the past she was a a terrorist. Instead they portray her as if she has a halo around her,” he said of Khaled.
Synagogue attack on Vienna investigated
Unity in shared humanity is easier in fictional parables.
Zoom, Facebook and YouTube cancel Leila Khaled, setting precedent
San Francisco State University President Lynn Mahoney is standing behind the decision to allow a Palestinian terrorist to participate in a university event via Zoom.