There is a bit of a sideshow to the conflict in how Jewish-Americans and Arab-Americans have extended the war to their shores, it's a sordid refrain of unstable lone gunmen, prison suicides, bomb plots against mosques, synagogues, and non-profits, airport, Jewish center, and tourist site shootings, and Meir Kahane's assassination, the one act that made a palpable difference in the conflict in Israel-Palestine. The thing that distinguishes this contretemps on the Raritan is how civil it is.
As someone who remembers the "War of the Posters" every night in Algiers, where many a "Rembrandt" was found at dawn with his throat slit, I find the concept of American-Jewish students suing Palestinian-American students for harassment so very American, so very Diaspora Jewish, reeking of Court Judaism, redolent of , soiled pants, and hiding in the cesspit from the Cossacks . Leon Klinghoffer stumbled into the real conflict in his own way, and Alex Odeh had it imposed on him, perhaps for the unkindness of his news-hour eulogy of Klinghoffer. Irv Rubin and Earl Krugel also died (or were eliminated) as a result of the wild decision to extend the irritation, advocacy, and whining of the American-based I-P social conflict to the realm of total war.
I think it's interesting how my remarks take such a long time to clear moderation. It's totally fine if you want anti-Zionists to be the only ones to recall the history of the "most Palestinian" of Palestinian Jews here, and that of their interaction with the Jordanian Arab Legion, but I think you should be aware that those of us actually in academic Jewish Studies are going to notice that as well as your absolute need to control your readers' process of learning about what is obviously a gray area of the conflict, perhaps even unknown to Phil, Max, and the other writers and moderators of the site. There's a moment in Kanafani's "All That Remains to You" in which he mentions the Jewish baths ("hammams") of al-Manshiya, Jaffa, without realizing he's speaking of mikva'ot, that is, ritual baths denoting a near-two-thousand-year religious practice and presence. I think you run the risk of reproducing, repeating, and reinscribing that kind of blindness and erasure of Palestinian Jewishness as such, which is fine, I guess, except that people will know that's what you're doing.