Tag Archives: Nakba

The view from where I live: a new blog/website

Maybe you’ve noticed, it’s been quiet around here for awhile. Or maybe it’s been so quiet, you didn’t notice. The reason: Recently I launched a new website and blog. It’s here: http://michaelriordon.com/. With creative help from Jess Posgate, finally it … Continue reading

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Israel: the morning after

Two Jewish responses to yesterday’s elections in Israel.  Both are published on Mondoweiss, March 18, 2015. Netanyahu won.  Now what?  Avigail Abarbanel. Who can save Israel now?  Philip Weiss. Avigail Abarbanel: “The message to those of us who support the … Continue reading

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“Israel has always been crazy”

Cutting through the white noise of relentless propaganda, impressive plain-speaking from Jewish psychotherapist Avigail Abarbanel, born and raised in Israel, now living in Scotland.  It’s her response to Phil Weiss’s editorial [Psst! Is Israel Going Crazy? in which Weiss details … Continue reading

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“It’s not me that will succeed. Reality will.”

Exciting news from an otherwise uniformly bleak picture of Israel’s upcoming elections.  Published online today by Challenge magazine. Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka, Tel Aviv, September 2011. Photo: Challenge magazine A little context:  When I was in Palestine-Israel writing Our Way to Fight, … Continue reading

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