Op-Ed: Don't compare Ferguson and Palestine

Jacobson, Kenneth
January 2015
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;1/19/2015, p1
NEW YORK (JTA) -- The latest strategy being used by those who make a career of assaulting the good name of the State of Israel is to link the issue of full equality for African-Americans, as symbolized by the word "Ferguson," with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


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