Monthly Archives: August 2015

They came to watch the bridge explode

Judging by the pre-game hype in the national press, something akin to the moon landing or the planting of the US flag on Iwo Jima took place in Tel Aviv on Friday morning, as hundreds gathered in the center of … Continue reading

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Blackface as racial solidarity?

Every protest movement needs a great song.   Earlier this month the famed comedy trio Shlishiyat Ma Kashur released a protest video, a clip full of anger ripped from the front pages. A serious departure for the trio, “Ayalon Darom” … Continue reading

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Looking for a quick fix to ‘price-tag’ attacks, human rights be damned

These days, Israel’s leaders are desperate, or at least at a loss on how to stop a fringe element of Jewish extremists that has long figured out how to dictate the path of this country, no matter how few they … Continue reading

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Meek Mill vs Drake – Good for the Jews?

(In light of the terrible, awful events in Israel/Palestine in the past few days, it was decided that a temporary departure for this blog may be in order) The latest hip hop feud has certainly been good for one Jewish … Continue reading

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