Reflection of a small, yet very telling incident
Some years ago, I was invited by a group of anti-Zionist Jewish "friends" to attend an alternative celebration of Seder.
About 40 people attended the event, all were #Jews
(Zionists and anti-Zionists) and only myself and another Palestinian.
A few days after the event, I received the attached letter, sent to my home address.
Having lost my beloved husband only four months prior to the incident, and living alone with my children, I became concerned because of the threatening tone of the letter and because it came from a Zionist who KNOWS my address, so I went to the police.
The police said that they would like to interview the entire group of people who attended Seder event, as it is evident that the author of the letter was one of the guests.
The Jewish anti-Zionist group who invited me were mortified with the prospect of their guests being "offended" if interviewed by the police, they asked the police NOT to interview their guests and to leave it to them to investigate and try to find out who is the person who threatened me and my kids.
Months passed by, during which they managed to put the police investigation on hold, while they kept evading and claiming they couldn't find out who send the letter, until eventually, i dropped the case.
Evidently, this incident made it clear to me (though years later) that they were more concerned about "offending" their guests than the risks to my life and my children's lives)
This type of conflict of interest and disloyalty is what we have to deal withhttps://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1003134056382354&set=a.101208686574900.2529.100000573084233&type=1&theater