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How Israel's right and US Democrats silence criticism of Jewish nationalism.


The idea was that the Democratic voters have never cared all that much about Israel, so if we just let Democrats get right-wing on Israel, there are no consequences for it. But what if Democratic voters cared about changing American policy towards Israel in a more progressive direction? That was a thought experiment, and now it is a reality. What you're seeing now is the fact that a party leadership that has never had to contend with the consequences of these policy stances, is finally getting criticism from it - from within the party, in a meaningful way.

Writer Noah Kulwin examines the work between Israel's right and the Democratic establishment to silence dissent against Israel's brutal occuption of Palestinian territory - as the logic of military supremacy spreads across Israeli society with bipartisan political and material support from US politicians, challenges from the left are gaining momentum, and facing resistance from the right in both governments.

Noah wrote the article Leading Liberal Think Tank Teams Up With AIPAC for Jewish Currents.

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