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RE: Confrontations and vitriol disrupted rallies outside Town Meeting ceasefire vote

June 9, 2024
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I was proudly at the rally opposing the ceasefire resolution, or at least to table it. First of all, a look at the map shows the chant of “from the river to the sea” can only mean the elimination of the state of Israel, an expectation made of no evil state in the world. The chant, and consequently those who chanted it, are engaging in antisemitism. Second of all, it was no rogue chant as the organizers allege. I heard it quite frequently in the approximately two hours I was there.
Lastly, although the ceasefire supporters are not necessarily terrorists themselves, demanding a cease-fire — ceasing of fire that is being directed against the terrorists who continue to hold hostages from Israel, in some cases as long as 10 years, is pro-terrorist by definition. To accuse them of being pro-terrorist is merely the truth. They have no right to complain about the accusation, and an obligation to renounce that support.

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