We gathered in the cold rain to reject Bezalel Smotrich’s violent and anti-democratic rhetoric. Now, let’s build on our shared concern to seek a better future for the region.
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On a trip to the ancestral home my family lost during the partition of India and Pakistan, I chose to believe in stories of love and forgiveness, not hate and revenge.