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Zionism news and analysis from The Nation
November 9, 2021
Letters From the November 15/22, 2021, Issue
Readers respond to the hiring of Mohammed El-Kurd as Palestine correspondent.
April 1, 2021
The Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism
Why the oldest hatred needs a new definition.
March 25, 2021
The Debt We Owe Edward Said
A conversation with biographer Timothy Brennan about the enduring political and intellectual legacy of the Palestinian thinker.
March 23, 2021
Ami Ayalon’s Political Journey
, the former Shin Bet director offers two narratives—one of the story that Israel tells the world, the other of the story Israel tries not to tell the world.
November 30, 2020
The Last Few Years Have Spelled a Resounding End to the ‘Jewish Vote’
There is no longer just one Jewish community. There are several, and they are increasingly at loggerheads.
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July 7, 2020
A Summer of Reckoning—for American Racism and Israeli Aggression
As this country begins, at last, to examine its ugly past and brutal present, can we also apply this fierce introspection to US policy toward Israel?
May 27, 2020
Israel’s Mizrahi Activists Are Fighting the Racist Nation-State Law
Echoing the country’s Black Panther movement of the early 1970s, they’re challenging the false binary of Arab vs. Jew, which the law strengthens.
April 21, 2020
Letters From the May 4/11, 2020, Issue
March 24, 2020
Letters From the April 6, 2020, Issue
The rest is commentary…
February 10, 2020
The Vexed History of Zionism and the Left
A new book asks why the left fell out of love with Zionism, but what it reveals is why liberal Zionists fell out of love with the left.