Social justice and the conflict in Israel-Palestine--The role of politics within the Jewish community

Shniad, Sid
February 2011
Catholic New Times;2/21/2011, p16
The article focuses on the Israeli-Palestine conflict. It contends that support for Palestinian cause is gaining international support, citing the growing momentum of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel. It discusses the role of organized Jewish community for Israeli and the emergence of Jewish opposition to the Israel handling of the Palestinian issue, such as the Independent Jewish Voices in Canada and Jewish Voice for Peace in the U.S.


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