Today, Israeli Prime Minster and Foreign Minister and Minister of Wild Cats Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech filled with bizarre metaphors, fear-mongering, smug boasts about Israeli technologies and cherry tomatoes, and absurd claims of “interest in peace […]
Politics, Poetry, Prose, Prattle & Praxis
Before we all sink into despair (5 thoughts on hope after the Israeli elections).
Let’s recall a few things: 1. The Joint List, a justice-seeking and equality-oriented list, led by Palestinian citizens of the Israel, in general, and by the dignified and brilliant Ayman Odeh, in particular, is projected to have […]
If I were Prime Minister.
If I were Prime Minister of Israel, I would do my best to negotiate an end to the occupation. When it arose, I would embrace the opportunity, challenging as it might be, to try to […]
Bibi’s Peace Process Tent (Or: When “Peace Process” is the opposite of Peace)
[This piece was originally published on the Times of Israel] According to a recent interview in the Washington Post, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would “sit in a tent halfway between Ramallah and Jerusalem” in order to […]