Criticism of Israeli policies and expressions of Palestine solidarity, while always to some degree controversial, had long been part of acceptable political discourse on the British left-of-center. That is no longer the case.
South African freedom fighters here respond to the purge of Jeremy Corbyn from membership in Britain's Labour Party last week, over charges that he is anti-Semitic. The purge was reversed this week by the party's National Executive Committee.
The long march is a strategy to abolish existing structures and the institutions that reproduce them. It is a process of working politically from within, pushing boundaries through agitation not negotiation, and creating a counter public-sphere.