Count Me In

Gefen, Nan Fink
November 2002
Tikkun;Nov2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p32
Describes the views of a Jewish convert about the actions of the Israeli government towards Palestinians living in Israel and Palestinian territories. Disappointment over Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians; Violence committed by Israelis to Palestinians; Terrorist acts by Palestinians against Israeli civilians.


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