Is Burston really so clueless as to think that the sense of kinship that Jewish-Americans feel with Israelis is because Jewish-Americans think they deeply understand life in Israel? If so, then he really needs to get a clue. Jewish-Americans feel a sense of kinship with Jewish-Israelis because they are Jewish and have a common background and deep culture. Just as Italian-Americans feel a sense of kinship with Italians, and Armenian-Americans with Armenians, notwithstanding -- guess what! -- that their lives are totally, utterly different from one another's. Complicated, this is not. Unsure why Bradley has such a tenuous grasp on the obvious here.
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