What’s Wrong With Throwing Rocks? By Micah Stein. The Daily Beast, August 6, 2013.
The New York Times investigates a Palestinian hobby. By Noam Sheizaf. +972, August 5, 2013.
In a West Bank Culture of Conflict, Boys Wield the Weapon at Hand. By Jodi Rudoren. New York Times, August 4, 2013.
My Children Don’t Have This Hobby. By Brian Thomas (Brian of London). Israellycool, August 5, 2013.
Blog linked to Israeli army calls for murder of Palestinian children. By Ali Abunimah. The Electronic Intifada, August 5, 2013.
Electronic Intifada’s Ali Abunimah Attacks Israellycool. By David Lange (Aussie Dave). Israellycool, August 6, 2013.
Justice and Rocks. By Arnold Roth. This Ongoing War, April 2, 2013.
The inner syntax of Palestinian stone-throwing. By Amira Hass. Haaretz, April 3, 2013. Also here. Hass reads the inner syntax article on Democracy Now. Video. YouTube. Complete Democracy Now interview of Amira Hass, Part 1, Part 2.
Amira Hass, settlers and Palestinians: “Do we not bleed?” By Sara Hirschhorn. Haaretz, April 9, 2013. Also here.
When free speech becomes lawlessness. By Dror Eydar. Israel Hayom, April 4, 2013.
In the last year, the Western press has focused a great deal of attention on what has been described as a wave of violence committed by Jewish settlers living in the West Bank against Palestinians. The vandalism and other crimes committed by Jews—known as “price tag” attacks—have been widely condemned by the Israeli government and virtually everyone in Israeli society outside of the extreme right. But this marginal phenomenon—and even Israel’s sternest critics must conceded that this is something that is the work of a tiny minority even of settlers, let alone Israel—that has received disproportionate news coverage is rarely contrasted with a far more widespread phenomenon: Arab violence against settlers and Israelis.