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Does Israeli ‘peace camp’ need a larger tent?

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‘Two States – One Hope’ rally, Rabin Square 27.05.17 (AFP/Jack Guez)

Published: 20 June 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Looking beyond Rabin Square – Natan Odenheimer – The Jerusalem Post 17.06.17
Activist Noam Shuster-Eliassi believes the Israeli ‘peace camp’ is too Ashkenazi and secular, and thinks the only way to end the Arab-Israeli conflict is to engage the wider Israeli public.

And see:

'Arrogant'? 'Necessary'? The big debate about American Jews' role in anti-occupation protests – Haaretz 15.06.17
Should American Jews be leading the challenge to 50 years of occupation in Israel and the West Bank? Or should they stick to organising at home?

American Jews have enabled Israel's occupation. Now we must end it – Yonah Lieberman – Haaretz 15.06.17
The US Jewish community's support for the occupation has been critical for its longevity - a reply to Michael Manekin.

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Palestinians, Israelis and Diaspora Jews are teaming up

A different kind of Israeli leftist
Peace Now’s director Avi Buskila has no intention of being a ‘pet Mizrahi’.

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