In this week’s piece for Souciant, a rundown of some of the effects of the surprisingly impactful Palestinian victory at the UN General Assembly.
Posts Tagged ‘Germany’
Posted in Anti-Semitism, Iran, tagged Anti-Semitism, Benjamin Netanyahu, Günter Grass, Germany, Holocaust, Iran, Israel, Jewish State, nuclear, pro-Israel, Suddeutsche Zeitung, United States on April 11, 2012 | 2 Comments »
My latest piece on Souciant looks at Germany’s relationship with Israel through the lens of the recent controversy over Gunter Grass’ poem criticizing Israel’s actions vis a vis Iran and its own possession of nuclear weapons. It’s also a new paragraph in the discussion about how people or governments can be pro-Israel and that simply doing what Israel wants is no more the right way to do that than it would be if one thought they were being a good friend to another by letting them do something self-destructive or immoral.