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One of the leading figures in the controversy over Ohio University Senate president Megan Marzec’s blood-bucket challenge for Gaza is Rabbi Danielle Leshaw, the executive director of the Hillel on campus. Leshaw wrote that Marzec’s dramatic statement for Gaza and in support of BDS made Jewish students on campus feel “unsafe” and she should step down.

I saw Leshaw at J Street last year and was impressed by her speech criticizing Birthright, saying Jewish students need to see the occupation in all its gory. She teaches her own children about the occupation, in the hope that “damn separation wall” will come down.

I don’t want my kids… [b]elieving that the land of Israel is our sole birthright and nobody else has ever laid claim to these sacred spaces. I want my kids to grow up believing that they can dismantle that damn separation wall.

During the recent Gaza slaughter she wrote:

Will we ever end this occupation? It all feels hopeless right now.

But Leshaw is the administrator of a pro-Israel group on campus called Bobcats for Israel, four members of which were arrested last week during a demonstration against Megan Marzec at the Senate. Leshaw tweeted often in solidarity with the arrested students. During their action, she did so in rah-rah terms: “The filibuster has begun. And it’s not going to stop.” Later from the courthouse, as she helped with their defense.

 

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Now look at the logo of Bobcats for Israel. You will see there is no occupation: the “Israel” these students are for includes Gaza and the West Bank and the Golan Heights. And don’t forget East Jerusalem. Where do they draw the line? At the Jordan. If you think this is just a symbol– it’s a very conscious symbol of a rightwing settler Israel. That map is painful for Palestinians, because it removes Palestine entirely. Some would call that map racist.

It’s hard to see how Leshaw can reconcile her opposition to the occupation with her leadership of a group that denies it exists.

Leshaw is getting support to take on Marzec from the Jewish establishment: Eric Fingerhut, the national head of Hillel, has celebrated her. He and Leshaw represent the rigid orthodoxy that the dissident Jewish group Open Hillel is taking on in its conference next month— which will feature appearances by Rebecca Vilkomerson of JVP, Sa’ed Atshan, Rashid Khalidi, Peter Beinart, David Harris-Gershon, Shaul Magid and Judith Butler. Several of the speakers support BDS. They’ll have a real conversation about the issue. And Open Hillel’s invitation to Students for Justice in Palestine to attend the conference means it doesn’t want red lines on what it can and can’t talk about. I bet that everyone at the Open Hillel conference would condemn the Bobcats for Israel symbol.

Leshaw has been challenged in her claim to represent Jewish student opinion. One former student blasted Leshaw for “the audacity to attempt to speak for all Jews on campus” and in support of ethnic cleansing. Another alum, educator Matthew Farmer wrote, “In her position as a leader, I worry @RabbiDanielle’s letter to @ThePost [saying Marzec made Jews feel “unsafe“] marginalizes and silences Jewish students who support Megan or BDS.”

Leshaw wrote later on twitter: “I speak for the majority of J. students at OU b/c that’s part of my job description. Sorry if that bothers you.” I bet a majority of Jewish students at OU are opposed to the occupation, and to the Israel group’s denial of it.

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  1. DaBakr on September 16, 2014, 5:05 pm

    “some would call it a racist map”. Yet, this exact map (minus the sliver, if that is what it is, of the Golan) is the map portrayed by ALL Palestinian nationalist groups on their flags and production maps. Its the same map used by anti-Zionist organizations like JVP as well as by many in the BDS movement. So, your either making an ironic point about the use of maps in terms of the I/P conflict or you are clueless about how the Arab block of nations has been using the non-existence of Israel on its maps since ’48 as a way to show they have never accepted the existence of the Israeli Nation.

    • Mooser on September 16, 2014, 5:49 pm

      “never accepted the existence of the Israeli Nation.”

      I’m sorry DaBakr, not clear on this. Is it the “Israeli Nation” or the “Jewish State”? I’ve never heard it called the “Israeli Nation” before.

      • eljay on September 17, 2014, 7:38 am

        >> Mooser: I’m sorry DaBakr, not clear on this. Is it the “Israeli Nation” or the “Jewish State”? I’ve never heard it called the “Israeli Nation” before.

        Israel is Israel when it is inventing cherry tomatoes and high tech, or embracing homosexuals. But when (aggressor-)victimhood is required, Israel morphs into “Jewish State”.

      • Talkback on September 17, 2014, 10:14 am

        The Jewish supreme court of the Jewish state has clarified, that and Israeli nation doesn’t exist. Only Jews are nationals of Israel (and citizens), the rest are only citizens. This is of course very different from the third Reich in which only Aryans were nationals and the rest only citizens.

      • Mooser on September 17, 2014, 2:40 pm

        Thanks, talkback and eljay.

      • Stephen Shenfield on September 17, 2014, 7:57 pm

        Talkback: “In the Third Reich only Aryans were nationals and the rest only citizens.”

        That is correct only for the first two years of the Third Reich. The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 deprived Jews and other “non-Aryans” of citizenship.

    • eGuard on September 16, 2014, 5:53 pm

      Which map are you talking about? The undo-the-Nakba map? That’s an old one, but still to the point.

      Keep in mind that before your Zionist friends started stealing the land, there was no reason to divide it. The land was not divided by racist lines. Now give it back.

      I myself use this map: http://www.juancole.com/2014/07/palestinian-thwarted-speaking.html

    • amigo on September 16, 2014, 7:56 pm

      “So, your either making an ironic point about the use of maps in terms of the I/P conflict or you are clueless about how the Arab block of nations has been using the non-existence of Israel on its maps since ’48 as a way to show they have never accepted the existence of the Israeli Nation. ” dabakr

      Hmmmm?.

      a. “The Jordan river will be the permanent eastern border of the State of Israel.”

      c. “The Government of Israel flatly rejects the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan river.”

      http://mondoweiss.net/2011/11/netanyahu%E2%80%99s-party-platform-flatly-rejects-establishment-of-palestinian-state.

      Or a Palestinian Nation.

    • talknic on September 16, 2014, 9:22 pm

      @ DaBakr “Yet, this exact map (minus the sliver, if that is what it is, of the Golan) is the map portrayed by ALL Palestinian nationalist groups on their flags and production maps”

      Show me ..

      “Its the same map used by anti-Zionist organizations like JVP as well as by many in the BDS movement”

      Show me ..

      ” the Arab block of nations has been using the non-existence of Israel on its maps since ’48 “

      Show me ..

      “as a way to show they have never accepted the existence of the Israeli Nation”

      A) Is that the Israeli nation with only 20% remaining uncleansed of its almost 50% 1948 non-Jewish population?

      B) There’s no legal requirement for anyone to recognize Israel or any other state. Numerous state in the UN do not recognize each other. States are only required to have ” respect for and acknowledgement of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of every State in the area and their right to live in peace within secure and recognized boundaries free from threats or acts of force;”

      Unlike Israel who has disrespected the sovereign integrity of its neighbours, there are no UNSC resolutions against any Arab state for having violated the sovereign integrity of the State of Israel

    • Shingo on September 17, 2014, 8:38 am

      Arab block of nations has been using the non-existence of Israel on its maps since ’48 as a way to show they have never accepted the existence of the Israeli Nation.

      You can blame Israel for that. Every since 2002, the Arab League has offered to normalize relations with Israel, which goes beyond just recognizing Israel.

      Israel has rejected this offer because they prefer to hold onto stolen land.

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 1:21 pm

        “You can blame Israel for that. Every since 2002, the Arab League has offered to normalize relations with Israel, which goes beyond just recognizing Israel.”

        Mondoweiss Lanes, the only bowling-alley with Zionist-troll pin-boys. They set ’em up, and the commentors knock ’em down.

  2. pabelmont on September 16, 2014, 5:29 pm

    There seems to be, in many Jewish organizations, a tendency on the part of the big shots to declare publicly that they speak for all the nearby Jews — and then to wish to silence any nearby Jews who might appear likely to adopt a contradictory stance.

    As if to say, “We Jews speak with one voice and that voice is mine. So shut up already [spoken to on-conforming Jews].”

    It’s the same with these feeling of discomfort they go on and on about. some may feel discomfort, and so they should!, but others may get relief from speaking of war-crimes adn occupation.

    And, of course, if it is proper to seek to preserve the comfort of Jewish students, why is it not proper to seek to preserve the comfort of Palestinian, Arab, human-rights-loving, liberal (if that is the right word) students in the same schools?

    • Mooser on September 16, 2014, 5:54 pm

      You know, in my life, only two kinds of people talk about “the Jews” as if they were an undifferentiated mass, with known attributes, anti-Semites, and Zionists. I wonder if that means anything.

  3. seafoid on September 16, 2014, 5:59 pm

    what is the point of Hillel ?
    Shouldn’t they rename it Kahane and leave the memory of Hillel in peace ?

    • Mooser on September 17, 2014, 2:43 pm

      “Shouldn’t they rename it Kahane and leave the memory of Hillel in peace ?”

      Don’t you read Mondoweiss? If you did, you would know that “Open Hillel” is going to open Hillel to Zionist and anti-Zionist alike! They can all get along. I mean we’re all, well, who?

      • seafoid on September 17, 2014, 4:39 pm

        Maybe Hillel is a fancy Zionist way of spelling Hell

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:41 pm

        Maybe Hillel is a fancy Zionist way of spelling Hell –

        Seafoid, I think the “Open Hillel” would catch less, much less, hell if they would simply admit “Hillel” is a Zionist organization, and proceed on that basis.
        Always assuming, of course, that “Open Hillel” know what they are doing, and we do to.

  4. Les on September 16, 2014, 6:36 pm

    Why should we feel sorry that supporters of Israel’s incineration of Palestinians feel unsafe?

    • seafoid on September 17, 2014, 4:40 pm

      Zionists moaning about feeling unsafe remind me of this song by anastacia

      They’ll be left outside alone by the world.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6zZF_fwImI

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:35 pm

        Fer Gawds sake, Seafoid, I’m a married man! I will not click the “play” button and watch her writhe in an abandoned manner, as if wailing for her demon lover. Out of the question.

  5. just on September 16, 2014, 6:57 pm

    Ah, the smell of duplicity in the air!

    (that is a very weird picture. is that a tatoo on her leg? can’t make it out for the brush.)

    • amigo on September 16, 2014, 7:43 pm

      “is that a tatoo on her leg? can’t make it out for the brush.) Just

      Looks like bobcat droppings to me.

      • just on September 16, 2014, 7:54 pm

        LOL! Probably correct.

        All I can make out is a poorly inked, upside down playboy logo.

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:32 pm

        “All I can make out is a poorly inked, upside down playboy logo.”

        They make the hostesses walk on their hands? She should talk to the NLRB.

    • W.Jones on September 17, 2014, 9:39 pm

      Yes, it’s a tattoo. Tattoos and female rabbis are unconventional, especially when you mix the two.

      I have never been able to totally get over the “PEP” phenomenon, widespread even among the Israeli state’s founders. This goes back to Chomsky’s time in on a Left Marxist (possibly Trotskyist or Stalinist) kibbutz in the 1950’s, where he noted that the “racism” was strong (his word).

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:36 pm

        “Tattoos and female rabbis are unconventional, especially when you mix the two….”

        Dear Mondoweiss Forum:

      • W.Jones on September 20, 2014, 1:38 am

        Dear Mooser:

        Your message didn’t come through.

      • Mooser on September 20, 2014, 1:39 pm

        Oh, don’t mind me, W Jones, mere persiflage, pay it no mind. Unless you’re familiar (and I don’t mean to imply that you are, heaven’s no!) with the soft-core men’s magazines of the 60’s and 70’s, it will mean little to you.
        In fact, the fact that you don’t get the reference is to me, a high accolade for your unblemished character. Better you don’t know.

  6. RoHa on September 16, 2014, 7:10 pm

    I have no objection to a map that shows a single state from the Jordan to the sea. (And I can’t see how a map can be “racist”.) But I have very strong objections to a government in that state which denies the rights of half the population on racial and religious grounds.

  7. hophmi on September 16, 2014, 8:26 pm

    Oh come on. Do you know how many maps in pro-Palestinian literature include a map with no Israel on it?

    • amigo on September 16, 2014, 8:58 pm

      “Oh come on. Do you know how many maps in pro-Palestinian literature include a map with no Israel on it? ” hophmi

      Maybe the same number as there are copies of the “Likud Charter”.

    • talknic on September 16, 2014, 9:53 pm

      @ hophmi & co rail about alleged representations when it’s Israel who has ACTUALLY illegally acquired by war more than half of what remained of Palestine after Israel was proclaimed independent of Palestine. http://wp.me/pDB7k-Xk#googlemap

      Israel continues to illegally acquire and illegally settle in non-Israeli territory today and Israel has always had the desire to take all of 1948 Palestine as its own http://wp.me/pDB7k-l5

      Whereas no one has demanded any Israeli territory. no one has actually taken any Israeli territory, nor has there been a war over or in Israeli territory.

    • eGuard on September 17, 2014, 4:55 am

      Yes, hiphmi. That’s called the one-state solution. Democracy is a solution, you know?

      So: Palestinians want a solution. Israel wants to expell and kill Palestinians in the whole area, and does so since 1947 aka Nakba. Thus Palestine can be a non-racist democracy, while Israel and Rabbi Danielle Leshaw want the whole land for you Zionist elite.

    • eljay on September 17, 2014, 11:18 am

      >> hophmi: Oh come on. Do you know how many maps in pro-Palestinian literature include a map with no Israel on it?

      “Oh, come on! Yes, I’m a serial rapist, but do you know how many murderers there are in the world?!”

      This is how a Zio-supremacist defends a “moral beacon” “Jewish State”.

      • hophmi on September 17, 2014, 3:05 pm

        So, it’s OK to lie about the symbolism of a Hillel campus organization map, and it’s OK for Palestinian organizations to publish maps erasing Israel. Got it.

      • eljay on September 17, 2014, 3:27 pm

        >> hophmeee: So, it’s OK to lie about the symbolism of a Hillel campus organization map, and it’s OK for Palestinian organizations to publish maps erasing Israel. Got it.

        No, clearly you don’t. Keep reaching for the bottom.

  8. on September 16, 2014, 8:30 pm

    I am also mystified by Leshaw’s behavior where she says she is against the occupation but steadfastly refuses to criticize those who celebrate the occupation and seems to support them ?

    But I have several very well educated Jewish friends who are exactly the same as this. They too say that they hate the awful occupation and the terrible settlers but appear to support the whole colonial adventure on many other levels. Are they just saying this to impress me ? Is it due to a solid determination not to criticize other Jews ?

    Does anyone out there have some insight into this phenomenon ?

    • eGuard on September 17, 2014, 5:12 am

      Rabbi Leshaw … says she is against the occupation

      As Philip wrote, I understand it this way: she wants to end the occupation by annexing the Occupied Territories and get rid of all Palestinians. By killing or by expelling (1948, 1967, 1988, 2000, 2008, 2012, 2014, and in between). When there is no Palestinian left to say the word “Occupation”, it must over!

      If your “well educated Jewish friends” say the same, find other friends. Less racist, less war mongering, more democratic, more human, more justice.

    • Citizen on September 17, 2014, 6:03 am

      Yes, this young Jewish man answers your question: http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/treat-your-criticism-of-israel-like-you-would-your-dirty-laundry-dont-air-it-in-public/

      Unfortunately, he doesn’t answer you in the context of the state of Israel being the sole nuclear power in the Middle East, and unmonitored at that, and too, a state financed and diplomatically supported by the sole superpower in the world.

    • Mooser on September 17, 2014, 2:46 pm

      “Are they just saying this to impress me ? Is it due to a solid determination not to criticize other Jews ?”

      ROTFLMSJAO!

    • American on September 17, 2014, 11:01 pm

      ”Does anyone out there have some insight into this phenomenon?”
      ..unverified

      Yea its a disease called zio brain. There is no cure.

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:19 pm

        “Yea its a disease called zio brain.”

        Well, that one stung. Yes, one (that’s my nick-name) does wonder, even apart from any questions about what Israel is doing today, what a Rabbi’s ideas about Jewish people-hood, Jewish person-hood, and Jewish history are. If they are the kind of mythical, self-serving, and patently racialist, not to mention downright destructive ideas about these things which undergird Zionism, and seem to have become standard fare, that’s worrisome.
        To me, such a person might be qualified to be Grand Wizard, but maybe not a Rabbi.

        This is America, and I, as a free-speech American citizen, see no reason why American Jews can’t receive the same kind of mixed-up right-wing-whacky religious counseling that every non-Jewish person in America is entitled to!

  9. Shmuel on September 17, 2014, 7:01 am

    Rabbi,

    Unlike Philip Weiss, I’m not particularly disturbed by the symbolic silhouette of Israel/Palestine in the “Bobcats for Israel” masthead. There is a long tradition of the use of such icons to represent political entities – including Israel – without necessarily reflecting revanchist or expansionist ideologies.

    What I do wonder about, however, is why a Hillel rabbi is an administrator of and active participant in a political club on campus. In the case of Israel, this serves to reinforce the widespread confusion between Judaism and Zionism that contributes directly to the sense of “unsafeness” you say some Jewish students experience when Israel is criticised (certainly harshly in the case of Student Senate President Megan Marzec’s, recent actions and statements). Furthermore, openly taking such a political position would presumably alienate non-Zionist Jewish students, who should not be denied Jewish religious, cultural and communal ties and services (particularly on a campus where there are few Jewish alternatives), simply on the basis of their political beliefs.

    Among your inspiring words to the J Street panel on Birthright last year, I was particularly struck by your reference to the separation barrier as “our new wall”. This turn of phrase perfectly expresses the idolatry of security and nationalism and self that is so much a part of Israeli and Zionist reality. Although you certainly did not mean to extend this expression to Jewish (particularly institutional) attitudes to Israel in general and its place in Jewish life today, I will take the liberty (a somewhat violent liberty, I know) of doing so.

    May the coming year see the fulfilment of the words of Isaiah, “For the work of righteousness shall be peace. And the effect of righteousness, calm and confidence forever”.

    Shanah tovah umetukah,
    Shmuel

    • seafoid on September 17, 2014, 8:47 am

      “For the work of righteousness shall be peace. And the effect of righteousness, calm and confidence forever”. –

      Isaiah was so on the ball, Shmuel. Those old guys really understood politics, unlike Israel’s leaders.

      For the work of Zionism shall be violence. And the effect of violence, paranoia and insecurity forever.

    • just on September 17, 2014, 9:35 am

      What a great comment Shmuel.

    • eljay on September 17, 2014, 12:54 pm

      >> Shmuel @ September 17, 2014, 7:01 am

      Shmuel, you continue to be a truly class act. Much respect to you, sir! :-)

    • Mooser on September 17, 2014, 2:52 pm

      ” In the case of Israel, this serves to reinforce the widespread confusion between Judaism and Zionism that contributes directly to the sense of “unsafeness” you say some Jewish students experience when Israel is criticised “

      Shmuel, where’s your compassion? When a person lives with a corrosive and unfaceable fear, and it’s more than they can stand, how unusual is it for them to go a little nuts (just speaking vernacular here) and act out inappropriately? To pretend they have power in a hopeless situation? We see that quite a lot among the oppressed, don’t we?

  10. ckg on September 17, 2014, 9:28 am

    The critical step in convincing people that Israel is indeed an Apartheid state is convincing them that there is a single de facto state already between the river and the sea. When Zionists use maps like these, that step becomes easy.

    • Rusty Pipes on September 17, 2014, 9:44 pm

      For some reason, students in Bobcats for Israeli Apartheid think they get dirty looks.

  11. NorthCascadian on September 17, 2014, 11:51 am

    Megan Marzec is a hero and a role model for Palestinian Liberation. Her very reasonable appeal to break relations between Ohio University and the oppressive apparatus standing over the Palestinians, is a very American and very appropriate response to the injustice going on in Palestine. To support Megan there is a petition that people can sign, and I strongly recommend that people visibly support her brave acts now, as there in a tremendous amount of Jewish Supremest pressure being put on her. http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/solidarity-with-megan-marzec-no-attacks-on-free/

  12. eGuard on September 17, 2014, 2:51 pm

    So Philip Weiss was “impressed” last October when Rabbi Danielle Leshaw made some sidenotes to the Birthright program. (btw, anyone heard any follow up?) http://mondoweiss.net/2013/10/birthright-palestinians-checkpoints

    Today she governs an institute that wants to shut down a student leader for criticizing Israel. And MW is surprised? Finds this contradicting? Why? The rabbi is just the Zionist she never hid. Today shutting down Israel critique with intimidation does not contradict any of her earlier talks. Her tears for the occupation were colder than a hypocritic crocodile’s. After she spoke so “impressively” last October, she send another 30 children to the Brainwash.

    My analysis: again, MW better just report and interesting speech, without applauding it.

  13. Citizen on September 17, 2014, 6:25 pm

    On another note candidate Beiden referred to those who rip of US servicemen and women as “shylocks.” ADL immediately made him eat his words: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/09/joe-biden-shylocks-reaction-111053.html
    Rest assured Hillary would never do such a thing; she’d rather attack Iran in behalf of AIPAC donors.

    • Kay24 on September 17, 2014, 8:25 pm

      Yes I read that article on Haaretz, and it never ceases to amaze me that the Vice President of the US is so concerned about the sensitivities of ADL/zionists, that he has to immediately apologize for the “poor choice of words”. Looks like Shakespeare was anti-semitic too.
      Ah the sensitivities of these zionists. They can dish out, call Arabs names, the Palestinians are snakes and human animals, but hey, the VP of the USA dare not refer to “Shylock”. Oye vey!

      • on September 17, 2014, 8:31 pm

        I would say that if Biden had known that Shylock was a Jew he would not have said this. Yes, you are right many Jews can dish it out but they cannot take it.

      • American on September 17, 2014, 11:17 pm

        More silliness.
        Who says ‘Shylock” always refers to a Jew?
        Can people besides Jews be Shylocks?
        I dare say 80% of people who use the term Shylock dont even know it was a character by Shakespeare who was jewish. Its something that got passed down over the ages to describe a sneaky thief.
        They themselves keep persisting it keeping up the negative Jew tales.

      • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:22 pm

        Read the play, Shylock was the hero, the only one who, in spite of his mistakes, acted with integrity according to his lights.

    • American on September 20, 2014, 10:25 am

      @ Mooser

      I read it a 100 yrs ago in high school (seems like a 100 yrs anyway)—but my point is/was that ‘Shylock’ somehow became used as a term for a sneaky thief.

      My other point was that ever time ‘they’ throw some hissy fit over something like this all they do is ‘introduce’ the negative Jew image to people who probably didnt even make a connection between Biden’s Shylock usage and Jews.

      Someone should do a survey and see how many people automatically think “Jew’ when they hear Shylock—-doubt there are that many.

      • on September 20, 2014, 12:45 pm

        Most Americans do not know that Shylock was a Jew – but in the UK they study their Shakespeare more carefully.

      • Mooser on September 20, 2014, 1:47 pm

        “but my point is/was that ‘Shylock’ somehow became used as a term for a sneaky thief.”

        The play is amenable to many and varied realizations. Depends who’s directing, and who’s playing Shylock.

      • on September 20, 2014, 2:35 pm

        But in Scene 1 Shylock says “I am a Jew.” Neverthess, many people only learn that Shylock was a sneaky merchant in Shakespeare and the word Shylock is often used to mean such. Many people like myself will not use the word Shylock because he was a Jew and it implies that all Jews are sneaky or dishonest and this is not true and is an insult.

  14. Rusty Pipes on September 17, 2014, 9:51 pm

    Leshaw may well speak for the majority of Jewish students who affiliate with Hillel. As part of the Israel on Campus Coalition, supporting Zionism and rejecting BDS are part of her job description. Whether she speaks for the majority of Jews on campus who do not affiliate with or are rejected(because of their BDS activities) by Hillel, is presumptuous of her to claim.

  15. just on September 18, 2014, 9:26 am

    “Leshaw wrote later on twitter: “I speak for the majority of J. students at OU b/c that’s part of my job description. Sorry if that bothers you.” I bet a majority of Jewish students at OU are opposed to the occupation, and to the Israel group’s denial of it.”

    I must say, her latest tweets are ‘charming’…

    https://twitter.com/Mondoweiss/status/512314164602478592

    • Mooser on September 19, 2014, 12:27 pm

      I wouldn’t be the first, not by a long shot, to say that a lot of Zionists sound very much like typical pre-civil-rights Southerners. About a host of things.

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