Bradley Burston

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Bradley Burston (Hebrew: בראדלי בורסטון) is an American-born Israeli journalist. Burston is an English-language columnist for Haaretz and senior editor of the English-language website Haaretz.com. He writes a blog in English called "A Special Place in Hell".

Quotes[edit]

What Does 'Death to Israel' Mean to You? (2011)[edit]

What Does 'Death to Israel' Mean to You?, Haaretz (November 03, 2011)
  • If progressives cannot see Israelis as people, if they - we - cannot summon up the same compassion and concern for unarmed combatants on both sides of a battle front, it's time they checked their ideology for holes.

It's Time to Admit It. Israeli Policy Is What It Is: Apartheid (2015)[edit]

It's Time to Admit It. Israeli Policy Is What It Is: Apartheid , Haaretz (August 17, 2015)
  • There was a time when I drew a distinction between Benjamin Netanyahu's policies and this country I have loved so long. No more. Every single day we wake to yet another outrage.
  • I used to be a person who wanted to believe that there were moral and democratic limits – or, failing that, pragmatic constraints - to how low the prime minister was willing to go, how far he was willing to bend to the proud proponents of apartheid, in order to bolster his power. Not any more. Not after Danny Danon.
  • Only under a system as warped as apartheid, does a government need to label and treat non-violence as terrorism.

Trump's Win, the Greatest Victory for anti-Semitism in America Since 1941 (2016)[edit]

Trump's Win, the Greatest Victory for anti-Semitism in America Since 1941, Haaretz (10-11-2016)
  • Trump's kid-gloves coddling of anti-Semites and their vicious works have served him in good stead. Now the haters will be only too happy to return the favor by stepping up their attacks.
  • And we, all of us, the Jews, helped them get there.

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