The majority of my sources in this piece (e.g. B’Tsalem, ACRI, Haaretz, etc.) are Israeli, while those that aren’t (e.g. Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, etc.) are internationally respected organizations and mainstream publications. Most of the authors I’ve cited are Jewish (e.g. Avi Shlaim, Gideon Levy, and so on), including some (such as Benny Morris) who consider themselves Zionists.

As for the article you link to, it doesn’t mention my piece in any way, though it’s worth noting that Mosner’s article was removed in large part because it made demonstrably false claims, such as that Arabs are “100% equal citizens” in Israel, a statement which is easily refuted by examining the facts. B’Tsalem has noted that Arabs living in Israel “do not enjoy the same rights as Jewish citizens by either law or practice… all Palestinians living under Israeli rule are treated as inferior in rights and status to Jews who live in the very same area.” Similarly, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel has noted that “Arab citizens of Israel face entrenched discrimination in all fields of life.” Mosner wasn’t “silenced"; they’re publishing articles as we speak! What actually happened is that a progressive publication decided not to host an article containing racist lies. That’s a good thing in my book.

As for the claim that critics of Israel are antisemitic or regard Jewish people as disposable, I consider it disgraceful and foolish enough so as not to merit a response. Feel free to check any of the sources I’ve provided.

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