Pro-Coup & Anti-Coup (Israel and West Bank)

These two maps. On the right, the map shows where people can grab a bus for a pro-government, pro-regime coup demonstreation to be held in Tel Aviv. On the left, the map marks points where pro-democracy protests have taken place all over the country. All combined, the new ultra-national and religious government and support for the anti-judicial-anti-democracy coup carve out the West Bank as a distinct political territory, a distinct but inseparable part of the one-state reality in Israel. It’s the occupation that’s ailing Israel, and also Religious Zionism, splitting apart the country and putting its future at risk.

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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics.
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1 Response to Pro-Coup & Anti-Coup (Israel and West Bank)

  1. dmf says:

    Jonathan Graubart, Jewish Self-Determination beyond Zionism: Lessons from Hannah Arendt and Other Pariahs

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