Given that the ny times is often written by Jews (author of this article included), owned by a Jewish family, and read by a populace that includes many Jews and Israelis (myself among them), the view points are hardly radical or antisemtic. The truth is that the ny times article presents a balanced viewpoint that many Israelis may be out of touch with but by far is well within mainstream of american Jewish thought; one where settlements are a violation of international law and enndanger the ability to reach a peace agreement, one where a two state solution is the only forgone conclusion, one in that views where two classes of citizens are given markedly different rights in a land that has been defacto annexed and occupied is completely unacceptable.
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