#12038 "With a broken heart"
by Emily Hauser in Chicago Tribune, 25 June 2002
I am told, by the Israeli government, the American government (executive and legislative branches), Israeli public opinion and world Jewry that loving Israel today means not questioning its government's actions. Means believing that an indiscrimin ...
#12039 Too many kids caught in the crossfire
by Emily Hauser in Chicago Tribune, 4 August 2002
#12040 Washed in the blood of the lamb, etc.
by Emily Hauser in Chicago Tribune, 17 November 2002
For me, an Israeli Jew who longs for an end to our war with the Palestinians, I believe this means that I must pray for the wisdom to see the evil done on both sides - and then look past it. To fight for real justice, a solution that acknowledges ...
#12041 On anti-Semitism and criticism of Israel
by Emily Hauser in Chicago Tribune, 9 December 2002
In all honesty, though, personally, I don't care if the critics of Israeli policies are anti-Semitic. I don't care if the Europeans, Americans, or Palestinians like me--at this point, I'd be surprised if the Palestinians did. As an Israeli, what m ...
#6250 Is criticism of Israel anti-Semitism?
by Peter Novick, Ali Abunimah, Arnold Wolf, Emily Hauser in Electronic Intifada, 16 December 2002
On 3 December 2002, Students for Peaceful Coexistence and the Global Voices Program at the University of Chicago hosted a panel on the Differences Between Criticism of Israel and Anti-Semitism. The opening remarks of each of the four panelists are ...
#167736 Dear Israel, This Is Why I Left
by Emily Hauser in The Daily Beast, 6 April 2012
When the second intifada broke out, my Jerusalemite husband and I were temporarily in the US as I worked toward my Masters degree at the University of Chicago. We assured everyone (over and over) that we would be back in Israel by the time our just-b ...