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Former AIPAC member puts up billboards decrying Gaza as monstrous inhumanity

OMG!!! OMG!!! A bunch of "anti-Semites!" OOPS, they're Jews, so they must be "self-hating Jews?" OMG, what's worse. Ohhhh, the inhumanity!!!!

Man who says he is former AIPAC member puts up billboards decrying Gaza as monstrous inhumanity

I keep braying that Gaza is a watershed moment in American political life and American Jewish life. The billboard is one of ten being put up in New Mexico by an Albuquerque-based grassroots org (the Coalition to Stop $30 Billion to Israel). Here is their press release. The group looks to be multicultural, and led by two Jews, Lori Rudolph and Rich Forer. Forer says that he is a former member of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) who has been shaken from ideological slumbers in the last couple of years by the Israeli New Historians. He has learned that Jewish schoolchildren are "grossly misinformed" about the conflict and are taught to demonize Palestinians. Gaza was a "monstrous act of inhumanity," he continues, and Israel must act sincerely to restore the dignity to both peoples.

Monstrous act of inhumanity, that is the takeaway phrase. I believe anyone can be a member of AIPAC; but Forer's epiphany is evidently sincere, and symptomatic of a change in the American Jewish relationship to Israel that AIPAC will have to reckon with.

Doesn't the world know that Israel is filled with kind, generous, "peace" loving Jews?

The only peace Israel wants is: a “piece” of Jordan; a “piece” of Syria; a “piece” of Lebanon; a “piece” of Egypt; a “piece” of Iraq; a “piece” of Saudi Arabia; a "piece" of Turkey and whatever “pieces” are left after Israel finishes it’s genocidal extermination of the Palestinians.



At Tuesday, April 14, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a much better idea, how about all the money earmarked for israel, starting now and forever more, goes taward reconstructing Palestine as it was before the zionist invasion.


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