The United States’s support for Israel, usually at the expense of Palestine, has been unwavering – one of the most reliably bipartisan issues in US politics – with Republicans and Democrats standing with their Israeli allies through thick and thin.
But times are changing; as is the narrative. You can see it online, in print, as well as in the halls of Congress.
In this special episode of The Listening Post, Richard Gizbert travels across the US to examine some of the key moments that have revealed how the discourse on Israel is shifting.
Noura Erakat – assistant professor, George Mason University
Batya Ungar-Sargon – opinions editor, The Forward
Rashida Tlaib – US Congresswoman, Representative for Michigan’s 13th district
Rebecca Vilkomerson – executive director, Jewish Voice for Peace
Lara Friedman – President, Foundation for Middle East Peace
Marc Lamont Hill – former CNN contributor and Professor, Temple University
Omar Baddar – deputy director, Arab American Institute
George Hale – reporter, KETR radio
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