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How Jews Should Relate to Palestine

February 6, 2013
It's obvious what is Israel and what is Palestine - isn't it?

It’s obvious what is Israel and what is Palestine – isn’t it?

I very intriguing post about conceptualizing Israel, Palestine and our relationship with them.  This is from Jerry Haber, a pseudonym for an Orthodox Jewish studies and philosophy professor who blogs as The Magnes Zionist. 

As a religious Jew, I believe that the Jew qua Jew has three homes: the state of which she is a citizen; the Jewish community of which she is a participant, and the land of Israel. Jews do not need political sovereignty in an exclusivist ethnic state in order to feel at home in that land. In fact, increasingly I am feeling less at home in the State of Israel, then in the United States.

Read the entire post (which came via Israeli blogsite +972) here:  How Jews Should Relate to Palestine

  1. February 7, 2013 at 6:10 AM

    Excellent article with some conceptual leanings that bring a breath of fresh air to the Israeli/Palestinian situation.

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