A Year into the Lebanon2 War: NGO-ing Mizrahi-Arab Paradoxes, and a One State Vision for Palestine/Israel

Abarjel, Reuven; Lavie, Smadar
September 2009
Left Curve;2009, Issue 33, p29
An essay is presented which discusses the international conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians. It features the Israeli regime with full of bloodshed and tireless struggles. It presents the issues on the red tape controversy wherein millions of Israeli citizens illegally file for a European Union passport. It also mentions the Jewish political movement Zionist that aims to re-establish the Jewish homeland of Palestinians.


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