“Whether or not it is appropriate for diaspora Jewry to speak out on Israeli policy has been the focal point of much debate within the pro-Israel American-Jewish community for decades, even when it comes to people like me who are Israeli citizens. It’s something I encounter a lot at my job at Israel Policy Forum, where we promote a viable two-state solution. Every week, I receive emails calling out our right to have opinions about Israel: “You armchair Zionists have no right to critique the policies of the democratically elected government of Israel from far-off America, while Israelis have rockets raining down on them in the Gaza envelope.”

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