Israelis deserve a government that protects them. Instead it offers endless conflict, conscripts them, silences fallen soldiers’ families, and deflects responsibility for thousands of Palestinian deaths
Nathan Hersh is a writer and the former managing director of Partners for Progressive Israel. His work has previously appeared in the New York Times and the Washington Post. Follow him on Twitter: @Nathanhersh
The activists breaking the U.S. Jewish community's timidity and silence on the occupation are showing how Diaspora Jews should intervene in Israeli politics from the left, not just the right
As an infantry soldier, I saw firsthand how the resistance and tension the IDF faces while patrolling Palestinian cities increases the troops' frustration, raising the likelihood of violence.