He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?
~ Micah 6:8
The "Micah Mandate" addresses the question of how people of faith should act in situations of injustice. It’s not just Micah. And it’s not just a recommendation. We are called over and over in our scriptures to “love one another” and “let justice roll like an everflowing stream.” As people of faith, we do work for justice; yet when it comes to Israel and its policies, our advocacy for justice frequently sparks vitriol, hate, and misguided accusations of antisemitism. ... continues
A well-organized multinational, multi-million dollar campaign to fight BDS
Accusations of antisemitism by “pro-Israel” groups and individuals, and through proposed legislation against Palestinian rights
The exclusionary and exceptionalizing nature of Zionism, as well as its reflection in White Supremacy
False-friends; the Ecumeical Deal, and the antisemitic ideology of Christian Zionism
The endgame is not about destroying Israel or even dismantling Zionism; rather the endgame is to achieve equal rights...