Tag Archives: israel-palestine

Column: Anti-Semitism Watch: A Hopeful Sign For Black Lives Matter

When a parent buries a child, little else matters. So how does the Black Lives Matter movement find the time and energy to brand Israel as an apartheid and genocidal state and equate its policies with police brutality?

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Letter: Israel Needs No Lectures From Abroad

Ed Kass's 'A Conversation we do not have, but need to' (Column: Saving Israel from Herself, May 27, 2021) betrayed a shockingly low understanding of the constant existential threats Israel faces.

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Statement on Israel and Rising Anti-Semitism from the Boulder JCC

We are devastated by the recent violence and loss of life in the Middle East, including between neighbors. We are also heartbroken by the subsequent rise in hate and anti-Semitism in the United States and around the world.

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Column: The Yosefs Who Go Too Far

As an Israeli, Yosef should know that Israeli soldiers from Haifa or Tel Aviv are already “home” until the army deploys them to its territories, where most of the fighting usually takes place. American Jews are usually “home” in Philadelphia, Chicago or Los Angeles, and especially small towns, where they are often vulnerable to distorted verbal attacks on Israel.

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SIPP’s Hosting End of the Year Celebration with Israeli Archeologist David Ilan

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) is hosting a party for our supporters on Sunday December 8th, at a lovely Chautauqua home.  SIPP is celebrating a banner year for old and new projects and partnership with delicious hors d'oeuvres, desserts, and a signature cocktail.

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SIPP Community Update and Electronics Recycling Collection

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects President Peter Ornstein and electronic waste expert Anne Peters of Gracestone, Inc. will update the community on their recent trip to Israel and the West Bank on Thursday, January 19th.

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