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farmer hat (2nd Dec 20 at 5:30am UTC)
Few Diaspora Jews want farmer hat the real Israel at their doorstep. Like German Christians, Diaspora Jews prefer, indeed demand, an idealized version of Jewishness. Israeli Jews who have left Israel have little patience with the idealism vested in them. They know what they have done. They know what Israel has done.These Still/Former Jewish/Israelis have been the Jewish boots on the ground. They have returned to the Promised Land, served in the military, done the dirty work of occupation and expansion and now refuse the rescue of their embracing religious and national ethos.

Is it then inappropriate for another faith community to speak what the Jewish prophetic cannot?By interjecting various Christian liberation theologies that affirm critique of Christianity, work diligently for justice and retain a belief in God, can Christians who embrace this form of Christianity speak of their beliefs to today's Jewish prophets? Or should the Christian community, especially the German Christian community who has hid behind Constantinian Judaism as its rescue and its felt cowboy hats empire enablement, break with Constantinian Judaism, pursue justice for Palestinians and, in true repentance, be silent about God? Perhaps decades of embodying the prophetic  without rescue  is the needed ingredient to clear the German injustice account so that German Christians might approach God again.

However, anyone who observes Jewish post-Holocaust life flat brim hats from a dispassionate distance can see it for what it is  an interconnected web of ascendancy and power.Being on the other side of empire power for so long, who can criticize Jews for deciding that is their turn for power, even if it is at the expense of another people's suffering. After all, Germany has made the same decision after the Holocaust and with help from these very same Constantinian Jews who, in their own self-serving way, limit their critique to the German past. And if the choice were theirs to make, who among the nations would choose any other route, regardless of the cost?

Perhaps it full brim hard hats has to do with how Palestinians are viewed by Jews and Germans. If Israel  and Palestine  is seen as a German-Jewish drama, then the history and destiny of Palestinians is beside the point. That is the way Israel-Palestine has been understood. I doubt this foundational sensibility will change in the near future. But what if, even with this one-sided understanding, Palestinians are seen as the interlocutor of German-Jewish history, casting shadows upon and interrogating both? What if Palestinians point to the hypocrisy of German and Jewish claims to innocence after the Holocaust?

Palestinians surface the hypocrisy within the well positioned German-Jewish solidarity. Germans may believe that the enablement of Israel truly wipes its history of violence and atrocity clean and it can now move onto other more immediate issues  foreign workers for example. This presumes that the non-acceptance of the Other in German society is not Jewish-specific. Rather it is simply a cultural working out of difference as in many societies around the world. At the same time, Palestinians who experience the violence of a German-enabled Israel might uncover the mostly hidden Jewish anger of a Holocaust trauma that cannot be bridged by oppressing another people. This means that Israel-enablers are not really forgiven either.

The boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (BDS) seems to present a way through this girls hats holding pattern, calling Israel to account for its occupation of the West Bank and Jerusalem, albeit in a limited way. At least, this holding pattern works as a form of negotiation between Israeli power and the West's  indeed the world's  unwillingness to act decisively. For though it is rarely discussed, the BDS movement could be frozen or ended with the signing of any agreement, even an interim one, by Israel and the Palestinian Authority. In the political world, BDS is a materially actualized movement but, whatever [img]https://www.hannibaltvshow.com/images/u/girls hats-942keg.jpg[/img] the movement's rhetoric, is limited to a two-state demand.
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