Of Settlers, Boycotts and Free Speech

A new ‘Letter from Israel‘ in the Washington Post

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  1. Posted July 21, 2011 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

    Good piece in the WashPo. Appreciated the connection with Rav Lior. Consider also the recent cottage cheese boycott. I’m sure the big dairy suppliers like Tnuva were directly hurt economically by that boycott, but nobody is suggesting that a consumerist movement be proscribed.

    Re. Skokie, I believe it was also a fringe case for outlawing a certain type of speech in the U.S. on the grounds that it would almost certainly incite violence. I don’t think the Nazis ever did march with swastikas in Skokie.

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