Entirely Missing From Eliaz Cohen’s Piece In Newsweek Is The Word “Justice”

A Palestinian protester sprays a slogan on a concrete segment of Israel’s apartheid/annexation wall in the West Bank city of Tulkarem, May 31, 2014. (Photo: Nedal Eshtayah/APA Images)

What to make of Eliaz Cohen’s opinion piece in Newsweek titled, As a Settler who Believes in Peace, I Welcome [Peter] Beinart’s Call for Equality in Israel-Palestine?

Not much; let me explain.

Let’s begin with where it’s published. The Newsweek opinion editor, Josh Hammer, is an active, ideologically committed…

Palestinian and righteously angry

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