No, sorry, you can’t post problematic stuff and then say to leave you alone.
All your talk about how much you, as an Ashkenazi Jew, are hassled by mall security, or whether predominantly “Arab” malls might have loose security (yeah, why is that?), are irrelevant, diversions from the actual issue: that Israel is an apartheid state, that people are not equal under the law.
Until you endorse ridding the state of race laws and making everyone equal, your examples of how you, too, undergo security are sadly comical.
Until someone ethnically cleansed three minutes ago has the same right to “return” as someone claiming to have left three thousand years ago, Israeli equality is a scam.
Tell the kid in the refugee camp that you had your bags checked at the mall even though you're you.
Hello Nathan, you refer to the "propaganda" of the issue, yet you keep repeating the core word of the propaganda: "conflict".*
This is not, and has never been, a conflict, but Israel loves the word, because it creates a cloud of obfuscation to "explain" why it continues. Imagine that I attack you, lock half your family in the closet and subjugate the rest, and then explain to the world that you & I are having a "conflict", i.e., a disagreement...
(*OED, "a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one.")
Thank you, Mr. Gurvitz. Two comments...
1. If we are going to end the Zionist state, IMO we need to stop referring to “51 years of enduring oppression”. Full-fledged Zionist/Israeli oppression began in 1948 (and Zionist oppression, arguably, began decades earlier). Rewinding to 1966 would solve absolutely nothing, and dating the "enduring oppression" to 1967 safeguards the core creation myth of the Israeli state.
2. You say that the goal of BDS is not “the destruction of the State of Israel”, as "the destruction of a state invariably entails a massive bloodshed amongst its residents." Really? A nation-state is a political entity. The “destruction of a state” in no way necessitates violence. But if we are not after the “destruction” of this nation-state (the entity, not the people currently under it), then what is the definition of "Israel" the nation-state? Can a non-Zionist, democratic, secular state, in which everyone is an equal citizen, still "be" that failed settler-colonial experiment?