Only one speaker on the panel is Jewish.
The assumption underlying her recent comments is that Israel is important to her listeners, and that they do not share the Seth Rogen or Peter Beinart “who needs Israel” mindset.
Arguments for a binational “solution” are a century old – and they collapsed under the weight of Jewish blood and Arab intransigence.
Most Israelis and Palestinians haven't given up on a two-state solution.
We are not the direct descendants of 'Jewish Currents’ original lineage in most cases, and yet we are sort of reaching back into that lineage and asking, for example, why was it buried?
With his latest screed – “I No Longer Believe in a Jewish State” – Peter Beinart joins Israel’s most committed enemies.
Beinart’s one-state proposal is not new. But it’s not popular among those who would have to live with the consequences.
In an 6,700-word article published Tuesday Beinart made the case for a binational Jewish-Palestinian state in the area that currently comprises Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
The progressive pope seeks to denude the Jewish state of its rightful place.