‘Some Progressives Will Only Talk With Us About Israel if It’s Not in Public’

In an interview on the Haaretz Weekly podcast, former Labor lawmaker Stav Shaffir discussed her attempts to contact prominent U.S. progressives, and why Bennett was wrong to ignore the Palestinians in his UN speech

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Israel spent more than a decade "neglecting progressive Democrats" and is now paying the price for it, says Stav Shaffir, the chairwoman of Israel’s Green Party and an ex-Labor lawmaker.

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