We Are Not One

Alterman, Eric
July 2008
Moment Magazine;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p18
The author reflects on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He refers that Jews are the world's most disputatious people. He comments that in almost every conference one can hear a single slogan that all American Jews, Israelis etc. are one. He believes that all American Jews, Israelis etc. are not one but many and thanks God for that.


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