The phrase ‘Jewish terrorism’ has come up frequently over the past week. But aren’t the daily actions of the Israeli army also terrorism? And can radical settlers be considered terrorists if they share the convictions of the state?
laid dozens of photos of 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabshe in memorial to
the slain toddler, Duma, West Bank, July 31, 2015. (photo: Oren
I’ve recently tried to figure out the over-use of the phrase “Jewish
terror” and as a good girl, I decided to Google it. According to
Wikipedia, “Jewish terror”
refers to terrorism carried out by Jews against Arabs since the
establishment of the state, with some incidents here and there of Jews
targeting other Jews.
So I asked our contemporary source of knowledge and wisdom: please
teach me what was “Jewish terror before ’48.” The Zionist Google machine
spit out the answer, “Palestinian terror” as the first and second
entries, followed by Jewish terror dating after the establishment of the