After 47 years, U.S. Jews must get over their fear of talking about the occupation
As the Six-Day War’s anniversary approaches, mainstream American Jewry cannot only watch from the sidelines: Stand up and oppose the injustice and human rights violations of the occupation.
The sigh of relief emitted by many in Israel, as well as among American and world Jewry over the crisis in talks with the Palestinians, could be heard even in the U.S. capital.
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