B’Tselem fire not arson, extreme-right continues to incite

Two nights ago, the building that houses B’Tselem, one of Israel’s leading human rights organizations, caught fire. Luckily, no one was seriously injured (though there were minor injuries). The preliminary findings pointed to arson, and many people, including many left-wing activists, assumed this to be correct. I also believed that it was arson. Yesterday morning, the […]

Reflections on days I wish hadn’t happened

Two days, two murders. In one, I am part of the oppressed, and in the other, part of the oppressor. Both were done in the name of god, and I wonder what kind of god the perpetrators believe in. Thursday, I am not at Jerusalem pride, because I have a friend’s bachelorette party. I’m in […]