162 Yahudi Araştırmacıdan Trump’a tepki

162 Yahudi Araştırmacıdan Trump'a tepki

ABD’nin Harvard, Yale, Duke ve Boston gibi onlarca önde gelen üniversitelerinde Yahudilik üzerine çalışma yapan 162 akademisyen bir bildiri yayınlayarak Trump’ın Kudüs kararını protesto etti.

13 Aralık 2017 - 07:36

Açıklamada, "Biz, Yahudilik çalışmaları bilim insanları olarak Trump yönetiminin, işgal durumunu sonlandıracak ve tüm İsrailliler ile Filistinlilerin Kudüs’teki haklarını teminat altına alan müzakereli bir politik çözüm dışında ABD’nin onlarca yıllık iki partili politikasının aksine Kudüs’ü İsrail’in başkenti olarak tanıma ve Dışişleri Bakanlığına ABD'nin Tel Aviv Büyükelçiliğini Kudüs’e taşıma talimatı verme kararından dolayı üzüntümüzü dile getirmek için yazıyoruz." dedi.

Filistin topraklarında yaşayan herkesin Kudüs’ün kültürel ve maddi kaynaklarından eşit şekilde faydalandığı bir zamanın geleceğini umduklarını belirten akademisyenler, açıklamada Kudüs’te yaşayan Filistinlilerin uzun zamandır şehirde bütçe ve belediye hizmetleri dahil sistematik bir eşitsizliğe maruz kaldığını vurguladı.

162 akademisyen "Kudüs’te Yahudilere tanınan imar izinlerinin Filistinlilere verilmediği ve Yahudi yerleşimleri için Filistinlilerin mülkiyetlerine el konulduğu, evlerinin yıktırıldığına ilişkin raporların söz konusu olduğu, Batı Şeria’daki Filistinlilerin ise Yahudi yerleşimcilerinin aksine Kudüs’e ancak özel izinle girebildikleri ifade edilerek ""ABD hükümetinin Kudüs’ü sadece Yahudilerin mülkiyeti olarak desteklediğini gösteren ilanı, var olan bir yaraya tuz basmıştır ve şiddeti körüklemiştir. Bu nedenle ABD hükümetine, Başkanın ilanından dolayı söz konusu olan tansiyonu düşürmek için derhal adım atması ve Filistin'in Kudüs'ün geleceğindeki meşru haklarını açıklığa kavuşturma çağrısında bulunuyoruz."şeklinde açıklama yaptı.

Jewish Studies Statement on Jerusalem Declaration

We write as Jewish Studies scholars to express our dismay at the Trump administration's decision to reverse decades of bipartisan U.S. policy by declaring Jerusalem the capital of Israel, and authorizing the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv, outside of a negotiated political framework that ends the legal state of occupation and ensures respect for the rights of all Israelis and Palestinians to Jerusalem.


Jerusalem is of immense religious and thus emotional significance to Jews, Muslims, and Christians alike. It is the focus of national aspirations for both Israelis and Palestinians. We hope one day to see a world in which all inhabitants of the land enjoy equal access to the city’s cultural and material resources. Today, unfortunately, that is not the case. 


As the Israeli human rights organization B'Tselem* has documented, Palestinian residents of Jerusalem endure systematic inequalities, including an inequitable distribution of the city's budget and municipal services, routine denial of building permits that are granted to Jewish residents, home demolitions, and legal confiscation of property for Jewish settlement. In addition, Palestinians in the West Bank, unlike Jewish Israelis resident in that territory, require a special permit to visit Jerusalem’s holy sites.


In this context, a declaration from the United States government that appears to endorse sole Jewish proprietorship over Jerusalem adds insult to ongoing injury and is practically guaranteed to fan the flames of violence. We therefore call on the U.S. government to take immediate steps to deescalate the tensions resulting from the President’s declaration and to clarify Palestinians’ legitimate stake in the future of Jerusalem.

1. Phyllis Albert, Harvard University

2. Ari Ariel, University of Iowa

3. Beverly Bailis, Brooklyn College

4. Mark Baker, Monash University

5. Elissa Bemporad, Queens College and The CUNY Graduate Center

6. Mara Benjamin, Mount Holyoke College

7. Matthew Berkman, University of Pennsylvania

8. Joel Berkowitz, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

9. Lila Berman, Temple University

10. David Biale, University of California, Davis

11. Jeffrey Blutinger, California State University, Long Beach

12. Ra'anan Boustan, Princeton University

13. Zachary Braiterman, Syracuse University

14. Francesca Bregoli, Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY

15. Emma Brodeur, Syracuse University

16. Samuel Brody, University of Kansas

17. Jeremy P. Brown, University of San Francisco

18. Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus, Wheaton College (MA)

19. Debra Caplan, Baruch College, CUNY

20. Marc Caplan, Tel Aviv University

21. Jessica Carr, Lafayette College

22. Flora Cassen, UNC Chapel Hill

23. Geoffrey Claussen, Elon University

24. Aryeh Cohen, American Jewish University

25. Mara Cohen Ioannides, Missouri State University

26. Rebecca Davis, University of Delaware

27. Hasia Diner, New York University

28. Laura Duhan-Kaplan, Vancouver School of Theology

29. Jodi Eichler-Levine, Lehigh University

30. Elik Elhanan, City College of New York / CUNY

31. Barat Ellman, Fordham University

32. Barbara Epstein, University of California, Santa Cruz

33. Robert Erlewine, Illinois Wesleyan University

34. Ayala Fader, Fordham

35. Sara Feldman, University of Illinois

36. Charlotte Fonrobert, Stanford University

37. Sandy Fox, New York University

38. Ben Freeman, Harvard Divinity School

39. Joshua Friedman, Duke University

40. Asia Fruman, Ukrainian Catholic University

41. Olga Gershenson, University of Massachusetts

42. Maja Gildin Zuckerman, Stanford University

43. Terri Ginsberg, Formerly Jewish Studies, Dartmouth College

44. Shai Ginsburg, Duke University

45. Evan Goldstein, Yale University

46. Andrew Gordon, University of Florida

47. Erin Graff Zivin, University of Southern California

48. Ronnie Grinberg, University of Oklahoma

49. Atina Grossmann, Cooper Union

50. Chaya Halberstam, Western University

51. Jessica Hammerman, Central Oregon Community College

52. Rachel Havrelock, University of Illinois Chicago

53. Tim Hegedus, Wilfrid Laurier University

54. Elizabeth Heineman, University of Iowa

55. Susannah Heschel, Dartmouth College

56. Jonathan Hess, UNC Chapel Hill

57. Klaus Hoedl, University of Minnesota

58. Curtis Hutt, University of Nebraska at Omaha

59. Daniel Itzkovitz, Stonehill College

60. Jack Jacobs, John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY

61. Jonathan Karp, Binghamton University, SUNY

62. Claire Katz, Texas A&M

63. Ari Y Kelman, Stanford University

64. Gwynn Kessler, Swarthmore College

65. Rebekah Klein-Pejsova, Purdue University

66. Michal Kofman, University of Louisville

67. Rachel Kranson, University of Pittsburgh

68. Chana Kronfeld, University of California, Berkeley

69. Jacob Labendz, Youngstown State University

70. Hartley Lachter, Lehigh University

71. Yitz Landes, Princeton University

72. Timothy Langille, Arizona State University

73. Nitzan Lebovic, Lehigh University

74. Daniil Leiderman, Texas A&M

75. Brian Leonard, Boston College High School

76. Rebecca Lesses, Ithaca College

77. Maggie Levantovskaya, Santa Clara University

78. Daniel Levine, University of Alabama

79. Laura Levitt, Temple University

80. Lital Levy, Princeton University

81. Andrea Lieber, Dickinson College

82. Ari Linden, University of Kansas

83. Joe Lockard, Arizona State University

84. Ian Lustick, University of Pennsylvania

85. Lindsay Macumber, Saint Mary's University

86. Shaul Magid, Indiana University

87. Nadia Malinovich, Sciences Po

88. Charles Manekin, University of Maryland

89. Barbara Mann, Jewish Theological Seminary

90. Samira Mehta, Albright College

91. Jeffrey Melnick, University of Massachusetts Boston

92. David Meola, University of South Alabama

93. Ibrahim Miari, University of Pennsylvania

94. Michael Miller, Liverpool Hope university

95. Sarah Anne Minkin, UC Berkeley

96. Leslie Morris, University of Minnesota

97. Kenneth Moss, The Johns Hopkins University

98. Eva Mroczek, UC Davis

99. Harriet Murav, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

100. Rachel Neis, University of Michigan

101. Judith Newman, University of Toronto

102. Anita Norich, University of Michigan

103. Jess Olson, Yeshiva University

104. Ranen Omer-Sherman, University of Louisville

105. Annelise Orleck, Dartmouth College

106. Hannah Pollin-Galay, Tel Aviv University

107. Riv-Ellen Prell, University of Minnesota

108. Vadim Putzu, Missouri State University

109. Shari Rabin, College of Charleston

110. Randi Rashkover, George Mason University

111. Elliot Ratzman, Lawrence University

112. Emily Rogal, Harvard Divinity School

113. Na’ama Rokem, University of Chicago

114. Michael Rom, Yale University

115. Kate Rosenblatt, Emory University

116. Jordan Rosenblum, University of Wisconsin-Madison

117. Bruce Rosenstock, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

118. Michael Rothberg, UCLA

119. Adam Rovner, University of Denver

120. Nora Rubel, University of Rochester

121. Elias Sacks, University of Colorado Boulder

122. Allison Schachter, Vanderbilt University

123. Alison Schofield, University of Denver

124. Benjamin Schreier, Penn State University

125. Joshua Schwartz, New York University

126. Naomi Seidman, Graduate Theological Union

127. Sasha Senderovich, University of Washington, Seattle

128. Joshua Shanes, College of Charleston

129. Gail Sherman, Reed College

130. Nathaniel Shils, University of Pennsylvania

131. Anne Shlay, Georgia State University

132. David Shneer, University of Colorado Boulder

133. Maeera Shreiber, University of Utah

134. Larry Silver, University of Pennsylvania

135. Lisa Silverman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

136. Shana Sippy, Centre College

137. Andrew Sloin, Baruch College, CUNY

138. Rachel Smith, UCLA

139. Scott Spector, University of Michigan

140. Loren Spielman, Portland State University

141. Gregory Spinner, Skidmore College

142. Neta Stahl, Johns Hopkins University

143. Deborah Starr, Cornell University

144. Richard Steigmann-Gall, Kent State University

145. Mira Sucharov, Carleton University

146. David Teutsch, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

147. Irene Tucker, University of California, Irvine

148. Alana Vincent, University of Chester, UK

149. Burton Visotzky, Jewish Theological Seminary

150. Anika Walke, Washington University in St. Louis

151. Kerry Wallach, Gettysburg College

152. Mira Wasserman, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

153. Dov Waxman, Northeastern University

154. Liliane Weissberg, University of Pennsylvania

155. Beth Wenger, University of Pennsylvania

156. Barry Wimpfheimer, Northwestern University

157. Diane L. Wolf, UC Davis

158. Billy Yalowitz, Temple University

159. James Young, University of Massachusetts Amherst

160. Michael Zank, Boston University

161. Saul Zaritt, Harvard University

162. Sarah Zarrow, Western Washington University


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phyllis albert harvard university 2. ari ariel university of iowa 3. beverly bailis brooklyn college 4. mark baker monash university 5. elissa bemporad queens college and the cuny graduate center 6. mara benjamin mount holyoke college 7. matthew berkman university of pennsylvania 8. joel berkowitz university of wisconsin-milwaukee 9. lila berman temple university 10. david biale university of california davis 11. jeffrey blutinger california state university long beach 12. raanan boustan princeton university 13. zachary braiterman syracuse university 14. francesca bregoli queens college and the graduate center cuny 15. emma brodeur syracuse university 16. samuel brody university of kansas 17. jeremy p. brown university of san francisco 18. jonathan brumberg-kraus wheaton college (ma) 19. debra caplan baruch college cuny 20. marc caplan tel aviv university 21. jessica carr lafayette college 22. flora cassen unc chapel hill 23. geoffrey claussen elon university 24. aryeh cohen american jewish university 25. mara cohen ioannides missouri state university 26. rebecca davis university of delaware 27. hasia diner new york university 28. laura duhan-kaplan vancouver school of theology 29. jodi eichler-levine lehigh university 30. elik elhanan city college of new york / cuny 31. barat ellman fordham university 32. barbara epstein university of california santa cruz 33. robert erlewine illinois wesleyan university 34. ayala fader fordham 35. sara feldman university of illinois 36. charlotte fonrobert stanford university 37. sandy fox new york university 38. ben freeman harvard divinity school 39. joshua friedman duke university 40. asia fruman ukrainian catholic university 41. olga gershenson university of massachusetts 42. maja gildin zuckerman stanford university 43. terri ginsberg formerly jewish studies dartmouth college 44. shai ginsburg duke university 45. evan goldstein yale university 46. andrew gordon university of florida 47. erin graff zivin university of southern california 48. ronnie grinberg university of oklahoma 49. atina grossmann cooper union 50. chaya halberstam western university 51. jessica hammerman central oregon community college 52. rachel havrelock university of illinois chicago 53. tim hegedus wilfrid laurier university 54. elizabeth heineman university of iowa 55. susannah heschel dartmouth college 56. jonathan hess unc chapel hill 57. klaus hoedl university of minnesota 58. curtis hutt university of nebraska at omaha 59. daniel itzkovitz stonehill college 60. jack jacobs john jay college and the graduate center cuny 61. jonathan karp binghamton university suny 62. claire katz texas a-m 63. ari y kelman stanford university 64. gwynn kessler swarthmore college 65. rebekah klein-pejsova purdue university 66. michal kofman university of louisville 67. rachel kranson university of pittsburgh 68. chana kronfeld university of california berkeley 69. jacob labendz youngstown state university 70. hartley lachter lehigh university 71. yitz landes princeton university 72. timothy langille arizona state university 73. nitzan lebovic lehigh university 74. daniil leiderman texas a-m 75. brian leonard boston college high school 76. rebecca lesses ithaca college 77. maggie levantovskaya santa clara university 78. daniel levine university of alabama 79. laura levitt temple university 80. lital levy princeton university 81. andrea lieber dickinson college 82. ari linden university of kansas 83. joe lockard arizona state university 84. ian lustick university of pennsylvania 85. lindsay macumber saint marys university 86. shaul magid indiana university 87. nadia malinovich sciences po 88. charles manekin university of maryland 89. barbara mann jewish theological seminary 90. samira mehta albright college 91. jeffrey melnick university of massachusetts boston 92. david meola university of south alabama 93. ibrahim miari university of pennsylvania 94. michael miller liverpool hope university 95. sarah anne minkin uc berkeley 96. leslie morris university of minnesota 97. kenneth moss the johns hopkins university 98. eva mroczek uc davis 99. harriet murav university of illinois urbana-champaign 100. rachel neis university of michigan 101. judith newman university of toronto 102. anita norich university of michigan 103. jess olson yeshiva university 104. ranen omer-sherman university of louisville 105. annelise orleck dartmouth college 106. hannah pollin-galay tel aviv university 107. riv-ellen prell university of minnesota 108. vadim putzu missouri state university 109. shari rabin college of charleston 110. randi rashkover george mason university 111. elliot ratzman lawrence university 112. emily rogal harvard divinity school 113. na’ama rokem university of chicago 114. michael rom yale university 115. kate rosenblatt emory university 116. jordan rosenblum university of wisconsin-madison 117. bruce rosenstock university of illinois at urbana-champaign 118. michael rothberg ucla 119. adam rovner university of denver 120. nora rubel university of rochester 121. elias sacks university of colorado boulder 122. allison schachter vanderbilt university 123. alison schofield university of denver 124. benjamin schreier penn state university 125. joshua schwartz new york university 126. naomi seidman graduate theological union 127. sasha senderovich university of washington seattle 128. joshua shanes college of charleston 129. gail sherman reed college 130. nathaniel shils university of pennsylvania 131. anne shlay georgia state university 132. david shneer university of colorado boulder 133. maeera shreiber university of utah 134. larry silver university of pennsylvania 135. lisa silverman university of wisconsin-milwaukee 136. shana sippy centre college 137. andrew sloin baruch college cuny 138. rachel smith ucla 139. scott spector university of michigan 140. loren spielman portland state university 141. gregory spinner skidmore college 142. neta stahl johns hopkins university 143. deborah starr cornell university 144. richard steigmann-gall kent state university 145. mira sucharov carleton university 146. david teutsch reconstructionist rabbinical college 147. irene tucker university of california irvine 148. alana vincent university of chester uk 149. burton visotzky jewish theological seminary 150. anika walke washington university in st. louis 151. kerry wallach gettysburg college 152. mira wasserman reconstructionist rabbinical college 153. dov waxman northeastern university 154. liliane weissberg university of pennsylvania 155. beth wenger university of pennsylvania 156. barry wimpfheimer northwestern university 157. diane l. wolf uc davis 158. billy yalowitz temple university 159. james young university of massachusetts amherst 160. michael zank boston university 161. saul zaritt harvard university 162. sarah zarrow western washington university

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