Yes you are correct in that. I do hear of many kids who think it is fun and games and a way to get out of school or out of work.
Yes, either way people need to realize that making false accusations or trying to actually prove a point by doing the thing you are so against is wrong, like the college kid who put up bigoted hate signs against African Americans on her campus, and who was African American, so she could say see, there are bigots here on campus. When they get caught they need to be prosecuted and held as an example so the next person with a dumb idea thinks twice.
U.S. Rabbis Just Got a Close-up Look at Occupation - and It's Not a Pretty Sight By Judy Maltz. Something about this most recent trip to Hebron, has shaken him deeply. Source 2d.
Yet another false media campaign, filled with fiction and false anecdotes, to promote the "Palestinian narrative". Dig deep enough into the organizational structure of this group, and you'll find it's dark heart - Arab disinformation masters who prey on the young, moldable minds of these kids, and deceive them into fifth column soldiers against the truth. Instead of promoting investigative thought and critical thinking, group like these encourage group-think and unquestioning acceptance of the lies put forward. Emotionally charged terms like "Ethnic Cleansing" and "Genocide" get trotted out like show ponies and paraded in a ring that does not allow fact-finding or actual facts to mask the circus' true goal - the destruction of Israel and all the Jewish people in the Middle East. There is not and never has been any 'occupation' and those who say otherwise are ignoring history. Jordan invaded in 1948 and took over a portion of the legally defined Israel, the same legal definition that was used to create Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and others. Jordan was the occupiers until driven out in 1967, and - as is typical with Arab disinformation - are now accusing Israel of the crimes that they themselves are guilty.
Hundreds of Young U.S. Jews Send Birthday Wishes to Jailed Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Ahead of Trial. Source 9a.
Must be the same "Young U.S. Jews" who were so uninformed about the 'occupation', in the prior opinion article. These kids need some serious educating in history, and stop letting the 'pro-Palestinians' fill their heads with garbage.
But if you are young and Jewish and grow up in the ways your parents taught you aren't you going to be pro-Israel automatically? Likewise if you are are brought up in a Palestinian home or taught about things from that point of view you are going to think the Israelis are being unfair to the Palestinians. My point is that want do young Americans know about anything outside of their mobile and the latest fads. I do not think they know much and while the articles may be biased it points out the fact that maybe we should just keep our own country's opinions to ourselves instead of trying to solve everyone's who isn't part of America.