The democratic Arab revolutions open new horizons

Efrat, Yacov Ben
August 2011
Challenge (07924143);2011, p1
The article presents an update on a document written for the Central Committee meeting of the ODA-DA'AM Workers Party in April 2011 which added a paragraph about the housing protests in Israel on July 14, 2011. It cites the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia which led to the downfall of President Zin El-Abidine Ben Ali and shook very single dictatorial Arab regime. It indicates that the Arabs demanding democracy in their own countries expect Israel to change its attitude to the Palestinian people.


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