Israel and Palestine: A Short History

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Nov 28, 2012 by

Hey progressive and liberal friends-it’s time to stop saying, “It’s too complicated!” After Gaza, you can’t stay on the sidelines anymore. Watch this Jewish Voice for Peace 6 minute mini-primer about why Israelis and Palestinians are fighting, why the US-backed peace process has been an impediment to peace, and what you can do to make a difference.



Western State Terrorism Loses Crucial Battle In Gaza by Finian Cunningham

Israeli War Crimes: “Surgical Strikes” against Palestinian Children by Felicity Arbuthnot

Owen Jones: What Really Happened In Gaza 14-22 November 2012

A Deadly Déjà Vu–Operation Pillar of Cloud by Clive Hambidge

Israeli Refusnik, Maya Yechieli Wind: Israel is a Nation of Soldiers

To Hell With Israel by Finian Cunningham + US Money and Policy Makes Israeli Attack on Gaza Possible

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  8. Pretty accurate summary, a helpful perspective although the context of the UN partition plan and its legitimacy under post-war mandate conditions needs to be examined very carefully for deeper understanding.
    The real issue for Zionist Israel is Islam; but an even bigger issue for Muslims is also Islam. What does it really mean?
    As the Chinese are reputed to have opined about the French Revolution, maybe it is too soon to draw any reliable conclusions. We might also usefully recall the sardonic wit of Gandhi when asked his opinion of “western civilization” & he is alleged to have riposted: I think it would be a good idea.

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