School in Sheikh Jarrah 'could constitute a threat to the facility and its combatants,' state says. NGO: 'The government has found a new excuse to prevent building schools in East Jerusalem.'00:01 11.02.16 | 0 comments
I would expect a columnist writing for Haaretz to be able to distinguish between "anti-Israel" and "anti-occupation." Even if people are boycotting Israeli products in order to end the occupation, it's not "anti-Israel"; they're pressuring Israel to bring about change, not because they want Israel to be destroyed, as so many conspiracy theorists enjoy believing. And if they're only boycotting settlement products, well, there's nothing anti-Israel about it. Ending the occupation will be good for Israel. So how come people trying to end it aren't called "pro-Israel?"