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  • 23 young Jews arrested in anti-occupation protests across U.S.

    Hundreds hold 'Liberation Seders' outside (and inside) major Jewish American institutions in five major cities, demanding that the Jewish community take a stand against Israel's occupation. 'The history of Jewish oppression is not an excuse to oppress Palestinians, but rather an imperative to fight for freedom for all people,' one arrestee tells +972. BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA — Twenty-three American Jews were arrested over the past week in a series of anti-occupation demonstrations across the United States. The protests, which took place in major American cities ahead of the weekend's Passover holiday, brought out over 500 members of the Jewish anti-occupation collective,…

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  • From the West Bank to NYC: Challenge Dani Dayan wherever he goes

    Now that settler leader Dani Dayan has been appointed as Israel's consul general in New York, will Jewish leaders wake up and realize that the Israeli government supports indefinite occupation over freedom for all? By Yonah Lieberman In 1963, Bull Connor became an international symbol of racism and white supremacy. A year earlier, as commissioner of public safety in Birmingham, Alabama, he shut down all of the city’s 67 parks and eight public pools, rather than desegregating them as ordered by the court. He soared to notoriety when, the following year, he oversaw legions of police officers as they blasted…

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