A good follow-up to my post from yesterday; THE UNFORGIVABLE SINS OF ZIONISM
On Rosh Hashanah, when we sit down to the festive meal, when we raise colorful foods and say the blessings and the wishes of the victimized, the powerless, the persecuted, those who bear the scars of pogrom, of hatred, of institutional poverty, of ingrained, fiery prejudice, when we ask that we be spared, we must now include among ourselves, those whom our own people have victimized.
Rosh Hashanah: God of Israel and Iran and Aleppo, God of Latrun and Zion Square
Every year, we make the same wish. And every year, the tragic colors of that year make the substance of the wish entirely different.
By Bradley Burston
God of Abraham, and of Iran, and of Aleppo, on this, the dawn of Rosh Hashanah, a new year, we say these words to leave an old…
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