Here at Open Zion, we constantly come across links that we want to share with our readers. We’ve compiled a few of the most interesting ones we saw this week to leave you with over the weekend:
- Before Ulpana’s leadership struck a deal, settler activists distributed a booklet to protesters, which urged them to commit “price tag” acts, infiltrate IDF bases, and includes personal addresses of the expected commanders. (Ynet)
- Mitt Romney pledged to do “the opposite” of Obama on Israel. We’re not sure what he means but some Onion readers have an idea. (The Onion)
- Want to keep tabs on the whereabouts of so-called illegal “infiltrators” in Israel? Now you can (if you speak Hebrew). (Haaretz)
- Here’s a collection of young Palestinian voices that have found an online outlet.
- Would the press cover Mitt Romney’s religion the same way if he were Jewish? Jeffrey Goldberg plays journalistic Mad Libs. (Bloomberg)
- Israel’s only English radio show on FM is settler sympathetic and kind of odd. Check out some of host Yishai Fleisher’s wacky commentary on his website.
- iVoteIsrael, a campaign to get American Jews living in Israel to vote in the 2012 American Presidential elections, has a not so subtle anti-Arab bias in its latest campaign ad. (+972)
Matthew Kalman broke the story of physicist Stephen Hawking’s boycott of Israel. Then Cambridge University tried to falsely deny it.