Recent vigorous protests by Diaspora Jews in Israel and the West Bank caught the eye of the media. Fifty years since the 1967 Six Day War, progressive Israelis and American Jews agree on the necessity of ending the occupation – but there’s fierce debate about the best way to do so, and what role U.S. Jews should play – and how dominant they should be.
It's an issue that energizes and angers opinion both in Israel and the U.S. Explore six of the voices in this debate below.
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