Zionism’s National Project Is Neither “True” Nor “Valid”

I’ve noticed in reading The New Yorker that I almost always discover the ethnicity/religion of a character in a report when that person happens to be Jewish. Often, it seems to me the mention comes casually, at random, without relevance to the topic at hand.

I have sometimes wondered why that is so. Whatever the reason, such a practice serves to reinforce the idea of…

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