The Zionist lobby in the US has begun a new wave of attacks on the Pulitzer Prize-winning black author and essayist Alice Walker for supporting the Palestinians in her new book titled 'The Cushion in the Road' and also writing a letter to the American singer Alicia Keys asking her not to travel to Israel. The wave of Zionists' attacks on Walker came after she asked Alicia Keys to stay away from a music concert in Israel and instead hold it in the Gaza Strip for the Palestinians and also compared Israel's mistreatment of Palestinians to the behavior of the Nazis during the World War II, Eelaf news website reported. Walker's book titled The Cushion in the Road is a series of essays on varying topics containing 80 pages on the Israeli brutalities against the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. "I want the Israeli government to be made accountable for its behavior toward the Palestinians, and I want the people of the United States to cease acting like they don't know what's going on," Walker wrote in The Cushion in the Road. "All colonization, all occupation, all repression basically looks the same, whoever is doing it. Our heads cannot remain stuck in the sand," the American author said in her book. Last month walker wrote an open letter to American R&B singer Alicia Keys, urging her to boycott Israeli "apartheid". "It would grieve me to know you are putting yourself in danger (soul danger) by performing in an apartheid country that is being boycotted by many global conscious artists," she wrote in her letter to Keys. Walker, who participated in the Civil Rights Movement, has long criticized Israel's mistreatment of the Palestinian people, which she has compared to Black oppression in the United States, and has traveled to West Bank and Gaza to protest. Last year, she refused to allow her award-winning classic, The Color Purple to be translated into Hebrew by an Israel publisher, in protest of Zionism and what she called Israel's "apartheid" policies.