In light of the Israeli state’s massive assault on Gaza, the question comes up: what does it mean to be a  Jew? Our guest veteran New York Times sportswriter Robert Lipsyte says being a Jew entails certain responsibilities and obligations; that beneath it all, Jews have to believe in justice. We always have.  We were necessarily there in the civil rights movement of the 60s and we must continue. There have been “bad Jews” like Kissinger and Netanyahu who he says betray our identity. He argues the holocaust can not be a “get out of everything” card. And with two Jews talking, the both of us, expect good entertainment in the discussion.

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