You can't talk about Palestinian stone-throwing as part of a violent culture without talking about the violence of the Israeli occupation, writes Moriel Rothman.
Moriel Rothman is an American-Israeli writer, activist and poet. He was born in Jerusalem and raised in the U.S. He moved back to Israel-Palestine in 2011, and spent a short period in Israeli Military Jail in 2012 for refusing to enlist in the IDF. He blogs independently at www.thelefternwall.com.
Moriel Rothman takes apart the arguments for dismantling the Palestinian village of Susya and exposes the occupation's moral bankruptcy.