1. Instead of simply painting “FREE PALESTINE!!!!” on a building whose organization already advocates a free, democratic Palestine, gather a group to sing a classic, like “Oy, ir narishe tsienistn” (Oh, You Foolish Zionists), written in 1931.
2. Watch an elderly man in the former Soviet Union movingly sing a Zionist tune, “Aheym, briderlekh, aheym (Let’s Go Home, Buddies, Let’s Go Home).
3. See what these native Yiddish-speakers have to say about the “most harmful place for Jews in the world.”
4. Check out some equal-opportunity offense related to Palestine, with a Yiddish-themed, English-language Orientalizing hit from the 1920s, sung by Eddie Cantor — “Leena from Palesteena.”
5. Find American-written Yiddish hymns that can be appropriately sung at any anti-nationalist, anti-poverty, anti-establishment protest such as “In kamf” (We Fight!), by American Anarchist Yiddish poet, David Edelstadt.