Two Sides: Lost me at “Occupation”, Then It Got Worse

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  1. April 16, 2016

    […] They are friends, having met during Arab-Jewish co-existence meetings and activities, a kind of activism I have grown to regard with […]

  2. May 9, 2017

    […] “narratives” project, I found that they were promoting the idea of Israel as an occupier and encouraging Israeli’s to feel ashamed of being Zionists. So I guess it is not the kind of so-called co-existence, so-called pro-peace organization, that I […]

  3. May 26, 2017

    […] “narratives” project, I found that they were promoting the idea of Israel as an occupier and encouraging Israeli’s to feel ashamed of being Zionists. So I guess it is not the kind of so-called co-existence, so-called pro-peace organization, that I […]

  4. August 24, 2017

    […] of the projects supported by an organization highlighted in her article (The Parents’ Circle: Two Sides). Instead, I will focus on only a few of the many glaring distortions in her description of the […]

  5. December 15, 2017

    […] are they kosher enough to be featured on the propaganda pages of their website, as I wrote here. There is no information on the number of Jews who initially showed an interest in their […]

  6. December 25, 2017

    […] the organization he joined was The Parents Circle. I have written about one of their projects, Two Sides, and I showed that one must accept the Nakba-and-occupation narrative in order to be accepted as a […]

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