"This Time We Went Too Far"

The simmering discontent with Israeli conduct reached a boiling point in December 2008 when Israel invaded Gaza. The merciless Israeli assault on a defenseless civilian population evoked widespread shock and disgust. Deep fissures opened up in the Jewish communities, especially among the younger generations. Many of Israel’s erstwhile supporters who did not vocally dissent chose to remain silent rather than defend the indefensible.

Part of the forward in Norman G. Finkelstein’s new book: “This Time We Went Too Far, Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion”

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