• TerrorIsEvil

    I consider Peter Beinart to be an enemy of Israel; working to stoke the flames of left-wing hatred for Israel and never asking the question of what happens the day after the “Palestinians” take over as he wants to happen.

    The other two look to have the same agenda. So, in answer to the question posed in the title, “Can you be a Zionist and a human rights advocate?”, the answer is, yes, but these folks are not.

    if you are looking for examples of human rights champions on the right, I could give you a long list but obviously you are only looking at left-wing candidates because you are starting from the assumption that right-wingers cannot be human nor interested in people’s rights. How wrong and prejudiced you are!

  • Rex Humbard

    In your rush to draw up your enemies list, are you sure you’re characterizing Beinart accurately, Mr. Terror? And when you say “because you are starting from the assumption that right-wingers cannot be human nor interested in people’s rights,” who is the “you”? The CJN? Do you think The CJN thinks right-wingers aren’t human? Do you read The CJN? The CJN is about as balanced a Jewish paper as there is. This is especially impressive, given how polarized and toxic political debate is these days, especially around Israel. But there’s no need to lecture you on toxic and polarized political debate, is there, Mr. Terror?

  • Beer Baron

    I looked up the “New Israel Fund” and quickly learned that the “NIF” is a radical, fringe, far-left organization that supports the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) and cooperates with the United Nation’s Anti-Israel activities.

    Someone should tell this author that enemies of Israel are Not Israel’s Friend.