Danielle Alma Ravitzki

A file photo taken on April 27, 2018 shows Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli security forces during tents protest demanding the right to return to their homeland, at the Israel-Gaza border, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. Israel rejected the findings of a UN probe released on February 28 into its soldiers' response to Gaza unrest that began in March last year, calling it "hostile, deceitful and biased." (Photo: Ashraf Amra/APA Images)

Danielle Alma Ravitski: As a political and human rights activist, I came to realize that the debate on a one-state solution in Israel/Palestine reveals a more profound issue of boundaries – not geographical ones, but psychological ones. This is especially true for Israeli liberal leftists, who talk about “one-state” with two contradictory voices.

Danielle Alma Ravitzki on how Amos Oz embodied the racism and contradictions of Liberal Zionist ideology: “Oz was a mirror image of the ‘Israeli left wing,’ and supported more than a few massacres committed by Israel in Gaza, and spoke in favor of apartheid soldiers. He fatuously believed in the misleading, dangerous idea of a ‘humane apartheid’, so archetypical of the liberal left ideology which adores masculinity, cherishes militarism, and idolizes white supremacy. Oz was a living example of this infamous, and insidious ideology.”