Clarifying and contextualizing the difference between these two contrasting terms may help “defog” the clouded view on the increasingly disingenuous, deceptive discourse on Israel.
Marans, who died last month at 97, was perhaps The Washington Post's most prodigious letter writer, and his favorite topic was what he perceived to be The Post’s unfair coverage of Israel.
“You are allowed to criticize the policy of the Netherlands. People should also be allowed to criticize the policy of the state of Israel.”
Nathan J. Robinson has since taken upon himself the mission of exposing what he sees as unjustified punishment for making "a joke tweet".
Network of left-wing Jewish organizations argues that legal adoption of IHRA definition could stifle free speech and suppress debate on Israel. Foreign Ministry laments opposition to further adoption
The freshman lawmaker likened Netanyahu to US President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly attacked her.
If I was to look at America through the unforgiving prism those loud, marginal If-Not-Nowers view Israel through, I would call my American friends and yell: “What kind of a country do you live in?"
I love my country, and its people, which is why I have dedicated my life and career to improving it. Criticizing one’s government is not just a right, but a civic duty.
Milton Viorst writes uplifting biographical narratives about some of Israel’s giants, yet exhibits antagonism to his Jewish brethren in Israel.