I have a question to ask you, but first I would like to establish my understanding of who you are.
You are Jewish, probably young and probably American, but you may be European or even Israeli, and you may not be so young any more. You have embraced the Arab battle against Zionism and you support the BDS movement, which aims for a single bi-national state in place of Israel and the Palestinian territories, and aims for the “return” of millions of Palestinian refugees who would make Israel an Arab state overnight.
Your position interests me because I am the same as you and yet I am your opposite. I am the same as you in that I am in the counter-current of my own community, but I am the opposite of you in my ethnicity and in my allegiances in the Israel-Arab conflict. I am an Arab who supports Jewish nationalism.
Your position is much less selfish than mine, I must admit. While I support Israel because I see huge benefits for my Arab compatriots in emulating Israel and in adopting its human rights and democratic values and its enterprising spirit, you support Arabs while knowing that you and your community will get less than nothing in return.
Full account by Fred Maroun (Canadian of Arab origin who lived in Lebanon until 1984) at AIJAC