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Range of Jewish responses to Movement for Black Lives false Israel references

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Published: 9 August 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Jewish groups respond to Movement for Black Lives platform – Judy Maltz – Haaretz 08.08.16
Most — but not all — Jewish organizations in the United States strongly condemn platform, while others offer nuanced responses.

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What we talk about, when we talk about Israel and genocide – Bradley Burston – Haaretz 09.08.16                                To describe Israel's treatment of the Palestinians as genocide, I believe, you need an ulterior motive.

Stop being so arrogant, White Jews. Black Lives Matter is not about you. – Laura E Adkins – The Forward 08.08.16

The Black Lives Matter platform: how the Jewish community got distracted by one word - Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man - +972 Magazine 05.08.16
While numerous major Jewish organisations and leaders have remained silent, many in the U.S. Jewish community have been thrown for a loop by black American solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, and the terminology that sometimes includes.

Black Lives Matter lost me with that Israel-bashing platform
– Ari Hart – The Forward 04.08.16

‘Intersectionality’, the anti-Israel trend you’ve never heard of
January 23, 2016


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