‘The General’s Son’ Recounts Very Different Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

For whatever reason, in those six days of 1967 the organized American Jewish community came under the spell of the myth of Israel’s insecurity—the conviction that, despite the obvious evidence of its overwhelming strength, Israel was a tiny “David” constantly menaced by neighboring “Goliaths,” which gave Israel the right to do anything as long as … Continue reading ‘The General’s Son’ Recounts Very Different Israeli-Palestinian Conflict