Elsewhere: Chomsky on BDS, Niebuhrs for Israel, misleading on teens’ fate


Misleading on teens’ fate: The Israeli government led the public to believe that the teens were alive when it had evidence to the contrary, Noam Sheizaf writes. (972 Magazine)

Solidarity, sadness and then incivility: A community united in solidarity and then grief quickly became divided by politics, Andrew Silow-Carroll writes. (N.J. Jewish News)

Another Niebuhr for Israel: Gustav Niebuhr, the grand-nephew of famed Protestant theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, fights against divestment within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). (Tablet)

Chomsky on BDS: The BDS movement may be pursuing the wrong ends using the wrong means, Noam Chomsky writes. (The Nation)

When your non-Jewish boyfriend hates Israel: A woman asks whether her boyfriend’s animosity toward the Jewish state should be a deal breaker. (Forward)

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