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Zionism is the Problem

The Zionist ideal of a Jewish state is keeping Israelis and Palestinians from living in peace.

by Ben Ehrenreich

It's hard to imagine now, but in 1944, six years after Kristallnacht, Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism, felt comfortable equating the Zionist ideal of Jewish statehood with "the concept of a racial state -- the Hitlerian concept." For most of the last century, a principled opposition to Zionism was a mainstream stance within American Judaism.

Even after the foundation of Israel, anti-Zionism was not a particularly heretical position. Assimilated Reform Jews like Rosenwald believed that Judaism should remain a matter of religious rather than political allegiance; the ultra-Orthodox saw Jewish statehood as an impious attempt to "push the hand of God"; and Marxist Jews -- my grandparents among them -- tended to see Zionism, and all nationalisms, as a distraction from the more essential struggle between classes.

To be Jewish, I was raised to believe, meant understanding oneself as a member of a tribe that over and over had been cast out, mistreated, slaughtered. Millenniums of oppression that preceded it did not entitle us to a homeland or a right to self-defense that superseded anyone else's. If they offered us anything exceptional, it was a perspective on oppression and an obligation born of the prophetic tradition: to act on behalf of the oppressed and to cry out at the oppressor.

For the last several decades, though, it has been all but impossible to cry out against the Israeli state without being smeared as an anti-Semite, or worse. To question not just Israel's actions, but the Zionist tenets on which the state is founded, has for too long been regarded an almost unspeakable blasphemy.

Yet it is no longer possible to believe with an honest conscience that the deplorable conditions in which Palestinians live and die in Gaza and the West Bank come as the result of specific policies, leaders or parties on either side of the impasse. The problem is fundamental: Founding a modern state on a single ethnic or religious identity in a territory that is ethnically and religiously diverse leads inexorably either to politics of exclusion (think of the 139-square-mile prison camp that Gaza has become) or to wholesale ethnic cleansing. Put simply, the problem is Zionism.

It has been argued that Zionism is an anachronism, a leftover ideology from the era of 19th century romantic nationalisms wedged uncomfortably into 21st century geopolitics. But Zionism is not merely outdated. Even before 1948, one of its basic oversights was readily apparent: the presence of Palestinians in Palestine. That led some of the most prominent Jewish thinkers of the last century, many of them Zionists, to balk at the idea of Jewish statehood. The Brit Shalom movement -- founded in 1925 and supported at various times by Martin Buber, Hannah Arendt and Gershom Scholem -- argued for a secular, binational state in Palestine in which Jews and Arabs would be accorded equal status. Their concerns were both moral and pragmatic. The establishment of a Jewish state, Buber feared, would mean "premeditated national suicide."

The fate Buber foresaw is upon us: a nation that has lived in a state of war for decades, a quarter-million Arab citizens with second-class status and more than 5 million Palestinians deprived of the most basic political and human rights. If two decades ago comparisons to the South African apartheid system felt like hyperbole, they now feel charitable. The white South African regime, for all its crimes, never attacked the Bantustans with anything like the destructive power Israel visited on Gaza in December and January, when nearly1,300 Palestinians were killed, one-third of them children.

Israeli policies have rendered the once apparently inevitable two-state solution less and less feasible. Years of Israeli settlement construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem have methodically diminished the viability of a Palestinian state. Israel's new prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has even refused to endorse the idea of an independent Palestinian state, which suggests an immediate future of more of the same: more settlements, more punitive assaults.

All of this has led to a revival of the Brit Shalom idea of a single, secular binational state in which Jews and Arabs have equal political rights. The obstacles are, of course, enormous. They include not just a powerful Israeli attachment to the idea of an exclusively Jewish state, but its Palestinian analogue: Hamas' ideal of Islamic rule. Both sides would have to find assurance that their security was guaranteed. What precise shape such a state would take -- a strict, vote-by-vote democracy or a more complex federalist system -- would involve years of painful negotiation, wiser leaders than now exist and an uncompromising commitment from the rest of the world, particularly from the United States.

Meanwhile, the characterization of anti-Zionism as an "epidemic" more dangerous than anti-Semitism reveals only the unsustainability of the position into which Israel's apologists have been forced. Faced with international condemnation, they seek to limit the discourse, to erect walls that delineate what can and can't be said.

It's not working. Opposing Zionism is neither anti-Semitic nor particularly radical. It requires only that we take our own values seriously and no longer, as the book of Amos has it, "turn justice into wormwood and hurl righteousness to the ground."

Establishing a secular, pluralist, democratic government in Israel and Palestine would of course mean the abandonment of the Zionist dream. It might also mean the only salvation for the Jewish ideals of justice that date back to Jeremiah.

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Rabbi urges Orthodox Jewish women to have 12 kids

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3744525,00.html

'Want to get married? Plan on having 12 kids'

Renowned Rabbi David Batzri comes up with creative solution for thousands of
single women participating in prayer assembly in Jerusalem on 'respectable
mating.' Rabbi appeals to women not to put off pregnancy once married, says
'using birth control damages household income'

Have at least 12 children, do not use birth control, and continue having
children after 40. This is the formula for overcoming sterility and long-term
bachelorhood in the Religious Zionism movement put forth by renowned Rabbi David
Batzri.

In a women's assembly in Jerusalem held Thursday in Jerusalem, the rabbi
asserted that "a girl who wishes to marry must take upon herself already on the
first date an obligation to have no less than 12 children." In addition, he
encouraged women to put pressure on one another not to delay pregnancy after
getting married and not to wait long in between births.

The rabbi's remarks were reported by Kol Hai radio correspondent Dvora Ginzburg.

Rabbi Batzri, a respected kabbalist and head of Nahar Shalom Yeshiva,
participated in a prayer assembly held in the Old City's Jewish Quarter and at
the Western Wall together with about one thousand single women searching for
"respectable mating." Under the title "Women in Wait," they heard tips for
getting themselves out of their distressful situation.

'Don't believe the doctors'

The rabbi also spoke on the issue of abortions. "Doctors are liars," he said.
"Don't believe them. They tell you that the fetus is not healthy. This is only
to protect themselves from lawsuits. It is forbidden to listen to doctors. Women
who have consulted with me and didn't abort their child have the most healthy
and righteous children."

During the gathering, prayers were held for the participating women. Later, they
also heard a lecture from Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrahi, whose lessons and talks have
become increasingly popular in recent years.

"When a girl goes on a date, she doesn't come alone, but says to the Holy One,
blessed be He, 'Come along! We're going on a date,'" said Mizrahi. She later
grumbled that "the only exercise single girls do is moving the mouse on
Dosi-Date (a popular religious dating website)." Mizrahi also claimed that women
having a hard time finding a match have issues respecting their parents or tend
to respect their fathers more than their mothers.
________________________________________________________________

Zionist spin carefully avoids any mention of Israel’s slow and deliberate
ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians from their own land. A man sits amongst his
belongings after he was forcibly removed from his home in East Jerusalem - a
cruel and devastating
experience that threatens many more Palestinian families in the weeks to
come.

Contrary to what Zionist spin wants us to believe, Israel is not a country
in which people can live in peace. According to the peace index, Israel was
even outranked by Sudan, Zimbabwe, Lebanon, North Korea and Iran. Only
Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia are worse. And what is happening in Israel
right now – the forcible eviction of Palestinian families from Jerusalem –
is evidence of Israel’s plummeting descent into an apartheid state. After
all, how many of us could imagine the state evicting us out of our homes so
that an imported group of people can take them over? Read about the
evictions and this survey on our website under Latest Palestine News

Australian readers may be shocked to learn that Australian billionaire Joe
Gutnik, a former president of the Melbourne Football Club has been pouring
millions of dollars into criminal settlement expansion in the Hebron area of
Palestine, land illegally occupied by Israel and run by the extremist Jewish
Kach party.

Also, check out the Global Initiatives section where you will find what
others are doing for Palestine around the world and how you can help.

All this and much more on our website http://www.australiansforpalestine.com
_____________________________________________________________
Iyad Burnat- Head of Popular Commitee in Bilin
co-founder of Friends of Freedom and Justice - Bilin
Major night invasion in Bil'in 03.08.2009

At 3am, the occupation forces invaded the village of Bil'in. A total of some 200
soldiers with combat paint in their faces and masks entered the village on foot
at several points of entry. 5 homes were raided and a total of 8 people were
arrested, 7 Palestinians and one international activist from the United States.
The arrested Palestinians are: the three brothers Khaled Show gut Abd-Alrazic
al-Khateeb (age 23), Mustafa Show gut Abd-Alrazic al-Khateeb (age18), and
Mohammed Show gut Abd-Alrazic al-Khateeb (age 16); Abdullah Ahmad Yassen (age
18); Abdullah Mohammed Ali Yassen (age 16); Issa Mahmoud Issa Abu Rahma (age
38); Mohammed Abdulkarim Mustafa Khatib (age 34).
The occupation forces threw sound bombs to disperse the villagers who were
coming into the streets at day-break throwing rocks at the arriving Jeeps and
the soldiers that were still partly disguised from the night. The Jeeps then
parked at various locations with their engines running until the end of the
operation at 6:45am.
The Popular Committee of Bil'in has asked the Human Rights Committee to assist
with both the release of the arrested people and the request that the Israeli
Army stop the night raids.
http://www.bilin-ffj.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view...
_______________________________________________
Palestinians in kite record bid BBC News, Aug.3, 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8177271.stm

Thousands of Palestinian children turned out for the record bid
Palestinian children turned out in big numbers on a beach in the northern Gaza
Strip in an attempt to break the world record for kite flying.

More than 6,000 children gathered to fly more than 3,000 kites, according to the
United Nations, which organised it.

The previous record was set in Germany last year - when the Guinness Book of
World Records says 967 kites took to the sky simultaneously.
Guinness says it has received an application from Gaza for inclusion.

The organisation did not send a judge to Gaza.
But Karolina Thelin, a spokeswoman, said there were other ways of verifying the
feat.

The UN agency UNRWA says the Gaza children smashed the existing record, and a
final tally of the number of kites flown will be released on Saturday.

A UN spokesman said: "The symbolism of thousands of children, in one of the
world's most locked-up communities, creating beautiful kites, letting them soar
upward, is truly beautiful."
John Ging of UNRWA said the challenge was "an expression of the demand for
liberty from these children"
Note that the writer is not Muhammad, Mahmoud, Ali nor Ahmadinejad, he's a progressive jew.
Jews come in all shapes and sizes. Is that not wonderful?
The current global campaign accusing the IDF of "crimes against humanity" and "genocide" exceeds all the obscene libels that have ever been launched against the Jewish state.

One of Israel's proudest achievements is the IDF code of conduct, which instills awareness that Israelis are obliged to act as role models of decency.

It is all the more impressive that such an ethical military code was implemented in Israel, the only country in the world which from its inception has been obliged to defend itself continuously from overt and terrorist onslaughts by neighbors who regard the elimination of Jewish sovereignty in the region as their primary objective.

In fact, in an age when millions of innocent civilians are being butchered during ethnic upheavals in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, one can only attribute dark motives to the shameful demonization of the Jewish state.

Equally indecent is the adoption of Israel as the bête noir of most "liberal" human rights organizations, which invest disproportionate efforts in defaming the region's only democracy. Some of this can be attributed to the financial support they receive from foreign governments and organizations intent on undermining the Jewish state. The hypocrisy of these groups was exemplified when one of the principal NGOs - Human Rights Watch - recently raised funds in Saudi Arabia (a country hardly renowned for concern with human rights) to defeat "pro-Israel pressure groups."

THE GLOBAL campaign against Israel is spearheaded by a United Nations subsidiary inappropriately titled the Human Rights Council. This body, headed by countries like Iran and Libya, makes a mockery of justice and human rights and concentrates primarily on bashing Israel. Hell bent on defaming the IDF, it formed a fact-finding mission led by Justice Richard Goldstone to review alleged Israeli war crimes in Gaza during Operation Cast Lead. The terms of reference did not mention Hamas, which publicly lauds the killing of Jewish civilians and had launched over 12,000 missiles against the Jewish state. The composition of the committee guarantees that the findings will be in sync with the bias of the parent body. Israel was thus absolutely justified in refusing to cooperate.

What Israel did to minimize civilian casualties during the Gaza operation was described by Col. Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, as unparalleled in the history of warfare. The 160-page report issued by the Foreign Ministry noted that the same IDF accused of war crimes dropped 2.5 million leaflets and telephoned 165,000 civilians providing them four hours' notice to evacuate areas in advance of airborne attacks. Missions were cancelled at the last moment after discovering that civilians had been placed as human shields next to ammunition dumps or rocket launchers. Efforts to minimize civilian casualties in Gaza were infinitely more wide ranging than those applied by American and European forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

When one compares Israeli behavior to that of countries like Russia in Chechnya, the barbaric mass murders in Darfur (recently "justified" by the Islamic Conference), the genocide in the Congo and the brutal killing of Tamils in Sri Lanka, the concerted hatred directed against Israel by Western countries becomes mind boggling. It is as though we had reverted to the Dark Ages, when Jews were blamed for all the woes of mankind, from blood libels to poisoning the wells and spreading plague. This is borne out by the bizarre findings of European opinion polls which view Israel more negatively than such rogue states as North Korea, Sudan, Zimbabwe and Iran.

What makes this situation even more surrealistic is the behavior of a small but highly-vocal group of Israelis who endorse the despicable libels orchestrated by those seeking to defame their country's acts of self-defense. The occasionally abused expression "self-hating Jews" best describes those academics, journalists and NGOs who collaborate with fanatic anti-Israel groups abroad. They have now stooped to even more unconscionable depths by trying to defame the noble youths who are willing to sacrifice their lives to defend their people and homeland.

They replicate the same disgusting behavior displayed a few months ago when Haaretz highlighted allegations accusing the IDF of Cossack-like killing sprees - allegations utterly without foundation, subsequently proven to have been based entirely on gossip. But by the time the fraud was exposed the damage was done, and Israel had been besmirched in papers throughout the world.

WITH MONEY from European governments and other foreign donors, the defamers have formed a new group called Breaking the Silence and once again quote unnamed soldiers who babble on anonymously about "war crimes." They justify the anonymity by making the outrageous claim that whistle-blowers risk being punished, despite common knowledge that if the IDF ever behaved in such a manner the independent Israeli media would have a field day lambasting it. They have the gall to demand an independent investigation of the IDF - something that no country in the world has ever undertaken.

Needless to say, in any war, even with the greatest efforts to maintain moral standards, occasional individual breaches and malpractices are inevitable. The litmus test of a democracy is whether such cases are covered up or prosecuted. IDF Judge Advocate-General Brig-Gen. Avihai Mandelblit has systematically investigated every accusation, and if misconduct was discovered, the offender was punished. To date there has not been a single case of behavior that could be defined as a deliberate intention to kill civilians.

Stealing a credit card or looting an Arab home is despicable and must be severely punished, but neither compares to wanton killing or qualifies as a crime against humanity. Should further examples of individual malpractice be exposed, the parties involved will undoubtedly also be prosecuted.




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Aug 3, 2009 21:55 | Updated Aug 4, 2009 12:08
Candidly speaking: End the blood libels against Israel & the IDF
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War involves life-and-death situations; mistakes are made and innocents inevitably die. But in maintaining our moral standards, we are also obliged to ensure that we do not go to the other extreme and endanger the lives of our soldiers by preventing them from defending themselves.

NOT SO long ago, it would have been inconceivable for any sane Israeli to accuse our sons of war crimes. The public outcry would have been deafening and those defaming our soldiers would have been pariahs. There are laws in a democracy which protect an individual from defamation and punish those who besmirch the innocent. Israel is at war and the battle for minds is a key component. To besmirch a nation by falsely portraying its soldiers as wanton murderers is an act of infamy that would be treasonable in most countries. Allowing degenerate nihilists the right to promote outright lies not only undermines national morale, it also compromises our security.

Legislation should be introduced enabling the prosecution of those knowingly disseminating slanders and defaming the nation enabling the prosecution of those knowingly disseminating slanders and defaming the nation whilst endeavoring not to curtail freedom of expression and also to oblige groups obtaining funds from foreign governments to register as foreign agents.

The struggle to retain our reputation as a decent and moral people is a major component in our battle for peace. If we fail to clean up our domestic cesspool, we open the door for our enemies and the anti-Semites who seek to destroy us.
The current global campaign accusing the IDF of "crimes against humanity" and "genocide" exceeds all the obscene libels that have ever been launched against the Jewish state.

One of Israel's proudest achievements is the IDF code of conduct, which instills awareness that Israelis are obliged to act as role models of decency.

It is all the more impressive that such an ethical military code was implemented in Israel, the only country in the world which from its inception has been obliged to defend itself continuously from overt and terrorist onslaughts by neighbors who regard the elimination of Jewish sovereignty in the region as their primary objective.

In fact, in an age when millions of innocent civilians are being butchered during ethnic upheavals in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, one can only attribute dark motives to the shameful demonization of the Jewish state.

Equally indecent is the adoption of Israel as the bête noir of most "liberal" human rights organizations, which invest disproportionate efforts in defaming the region's only democracy. Some of this can be attributed to the financial support they receive from foreign governments and organizations intent on undermining the Jewish state. The hypocrisy of these groups was exemplified when one of the principal NGOs - Human Rights Watch - recently raised funds in Saudi Arabia (a country hardly renowned for concern with human rights) to defeat "pro-Israel pressure groups."

THE GLOBAL campaign against Israel is spearheaded by a United Nations subsidiary inappropriately titled the Human Rights Council. This body, headed by countries like Iran and Libya, makes a mockery of justice and human rights and concentrates primarily on bashing Israel. Hell bent on defaming the IDF, it formed a fact-finding mission led by Justice Richard Goldstone to review alleged Israeli war crimes in Gaza during Operation Cast Lead. The terms of reference did not mention Hamas, which publicly lauds the killing of Jewish civilians and had launched over 12,000 missiles against the Jewish state. The composition of the committee guarantees that the findings will be in sync with the bias of the parent body. Israel was thus absolutely justified in refusing to cooperate.

What Israel did to minimize civilian casualties during the Gaza operation was described by Col. Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, as unparalleled in the history of warfare. The 160-page report issued by the Foreign Ministry noted that the same IDF accused of war crimes dropped 2.5 million leaflets and telephoned 165,000 civilians providing them four hours' notice to evacuate areas in advance of airborne attacks. Missions were cancelled at the last moment after discovering that civilians had been placed as human shields next to ammunition dumps or rocket launchers. Efforts to minimize civilian casualties in Gaza were infinitely more wide ranging than those applied by American and European forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

When one compares Israeli behavior to that of countries like Russia in Chechnya, the barbaric mass murders in Darfur (recently "justified" by the Islamic Conference), the genocide in the Congo and the brutal killing of Tamils in Sri Lanka, the concerted hatred directed against Israel by Western countries becomes mind boggling. It is as though we had reverted to the Dark Ages, when Jews were blamed for all the woes of mankind, from blood libels to poisoning the wells and spreading plague. This is borne out by the bizarre findings of European opinion polls which view Israel more negatively than such rogue states as North Korea, Sudan, Zimbabwe and Iran.

What makes this situation even more surrealistic is the behavior of a small but highly-vocal group of Israelis who endorse the despicable libels orchestrated by those seeking to defame their country's acts of self-defense. The occasionally abused expression "self-hating Jews" best describes those academics, journalists and NGOs who collaborate with fanatic anti-Israel groups abroad. They have now stooped to even more unconscionable depths by trying to defame the noble youths who are willing to sacrifice their lives to defend their people and homeland.

They replicate the same disgusting behavior displayed a few months ago when Haaretz highlighted allegations accusing the IDF of Cossack-like killing sprees - allegations utterly without foundation, subsequently proven to have been based entirely on gossip. But by the time the fraud was exposed the damage was done, and Israel had been besmirched in papers throughout the world.

WITH MONEY from European governments and other foreign donors, the defamers have formed a new group called Breaking the Silence and once again quote unnamed soldiers who babble on anonymously about "war crimes." They justify the anonymity by making the outrageous claim that whistle-blowers risk being punished, despite common knowledge that if the IDF ever behaved in such a manner the independent Israeli media would have a field day lambasting it. They have the gall to demand an independent investigation of the IDF - something that no country in the world has ever undertaken.

Needless to say, in any war, even with the greatest efforts to maintain moral standards, occasional individual breaches and malpractices are inevitable. The litmus test of a democracy is whether such cases are covered up or prosecuted. IDF Judge Advocate-General Brig-Gen. Avihai Mandelblit has systematically investigated every accusation, and if misconduct was discovered, the offender was punished. To date there has not been a single case of behavior that could be defined as a deliberate intention to kill civilians.

Stealing a credit card or looting an Arab home is despicable and must be severely punished, but neither compares to wanton killing or qualifies as a crime against humanity. Should further examples of individual malpractice be exposed, the parties involved will undoubtedly also be prosecuted.




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ISI LEIBLER ISI LEIBLER
Aug 3, 2009 21:55 | Updated Aug 4, 2009 12:08
Candidly speaking: End the blood libels against Israel & the IDF
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War involves life-and-death situations; mistakes are made and innocents inevitably die. But in maintaining our moral standards, we are also obliged to ensure that we do not go to the other extreme and endanger the lives of our soldiers by preventing them from defending themselves.

NOT SO long ago, it would have been inconceivable for any sane Israeli to accuse our sons of war crimes. The public outcry would have been deafening and those defaming our soldiers would have been pariahs. There are laws in a democracy which protect an individual from defamation and punish those who besmirch the innocent. Israel is at war and the battle for minds is a key component. To besmirch a nation by falsely portraying its soldiers as wanton murderers is an act of infamy that would be treasonable in most countries. Allowing degenerate nihilists the right to promote outright lies not only undermines national morale, it also compromises our security.

Legislation should be introduced enabling the prosecution of those knowingly disseminating slanders and defaming the nation enabling the prosecution of those knowingly disseminating slanders and defaming the nation whilst endeavoring not to curtail freedom of expression and also to oblige groups obtaining funds from foreign governments to register as foreign agents.

The struggle to retain our reputation as a decent and moral people is a major component in our battle for peace. If we fail to clean up our domestic cesspool, we open the door for our enemies and the anti-Semites who seek to destroy us.
One of Israel's proudest achievements is the IDF code of conduct, which instills awareness that Israelis are obliged to act as role models of decency.

Are you proud of that? you didnt see humiliation and torture at the checkpoints.... didnt you see how they shot a blindfolded detainee last year? Did you see them shooting civilians with cold blood for no reason? didnt you see them battering pregnant women? didnt you see then shilling civilians in masses in Lebanon and Palestine? Are you proud of occupying and torturing a hopeless and helpless people? Are you proud of the killing in the consecutive massacres your IDF committed repeatedly? Is this the "model of decency"?
Short reply Mr Armawi.

YES I AM VERY PROUD OF OUR BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE IDF.

You would do well to reread what Golda Meir had to say in regards to love of ones children and hate.
I presume you are proud of this


and the 35 massacres committed in 1948 and the hundreds of other massacres since then. The thousands of known cases of abuse admitted to by soldiers of breaking the silence.
Mazin:

More short answers :

Perhaps we can trade these pictures with actual atrocities committed by Palestinian "homicide" bombers and the Qassams out of Gaza.

YES, IAM VERY PROUD OF THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE IDF.

Again please reread what Golda Meir said about love of ones children and hate.

BTW: I AM A ZIONIST AND EXTREMELY PROUD OF IT.

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