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  1. With reference to your January 19 th posting on the GOP endorsement of a one-state solution, it’s ell to note the languge of the Isreali Dclration of Independence, which says: it will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or sex

  2. I am much in agreement with what you’ve written in this post, Mitchell. I have, though, at times heard comments from members of the Black community that the use of the term “folks” is objectionable – especially by non-blacks – because of the extent to which it’s been used almost exclusively in referring to Black people; in other words it carries with its use some racist history. Maybe just Black “people” would be a better choice of term!?

  3. I am commenting positively on your 2021 article regarding the fact that there are no lines between antisemitism and anti-Zionism. I think this is a well written and researched piece. I am doing something similar albeit from a slightly different perspective, through a series of 16 articles to be published on the Medum platform (https://medium.com/) over the next 8 months. I have an introductory article already posted, if you are interested (https://medium.com/@paulhendler_43678/from-being-a-zionist-to-becoming-and-anti-zionist-jew-affb031f203a). I appreciate your presentation of detailed examples of ant-Zionism which cannot be conflated with antisemitism, as well as your point about the fact that many so-called antisemitic cannards are true – so how can one justifiably call it antisemitic when the critics call out AIPAC for being a concentrated Jewish Zionist lobby when most if not all of its major donors identify themselves as being Jewish and Zinonist? If you would like to receive e-mail alerts of the publication of each of these articles, go to the following link: http://eepurl.com/hP9hGn.

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