After reading your article, let me please make some points clear that i disagree with you in.
1. As a Palestinian, I feel proud that we dont only have muslim or arab activists, the most of the activists are from alle races and religions. This proves that the Palestinian Cause is a global responsibility, and fighting against oppression is also a responsibility for all people in the world.
2. We must bear in mind that its not the responsibility of the Jewish activists that they have exclusive rights by the israeli state. And actually the deportation of Ariel Gold has proven that israel doesnt give exclusive rights to all Jews, the actually oppress the anti-zionists, even if they have Jewish background. And that is in my opinion a great way to expose the israeli occupation and its politics against anyone who oppose the zionist ideology.
3. Even though Ariel has Jewish background, her activism has also made her pay a costly price. There has been campaigns against her in her local community, in the US and also inside the israeli society and media.
Ariel and her Children has been publicly hanged out on Canary mission like many other pro-human rights activists in the US. And when she went to Palestine last year the israeli media started a harsh campaign against her.
4. Ariel has also travel in Palestine with her children to teach them about the israeli occupation and to show them that Israel has nothing to do with judaism, because occupation, theft, killing and apartheid are not Jewish values.
I think we should bear this kind of things in mind before we accuse a BDS activist like Ariel Gold for normalizing Zionism.