The reality in Israel is loaded with symbolism. This is Defense Minister Ehud Barak observing the Human Rights March – attended by human rights workers, activists, asylum seekers and Palestinians – which passes under him as he watches from his plush residence in one of Tel Aviv’s luxury towers.
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I am an independent journalist and editor. I have worked for Tel Aviv’s Ha-ir local paper, for Ynet.co.il and for the Maariv daily, where my last post was deputy editor of the weekend magazine. My work has recently been published in Haaretz, Yedioth Ahronoth, The Nation and other newspapers and magazines. More…
I was born in Ramat-Gan and today live and work in Tel Aviv. Before working as a journalist, I served four and a half years in the IDF.
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@DianaValerie @MaxBlumenthal maybe, depending on work and such
Finally, submitted my review of Ari Shavit's book. And now - English version!
@redphilistine I think that presenting alternative to conventional 2state thinking here (Israel) is important, exposes how hollow it is.
@redphilistine On 2 thought I can c why u read it this way. still if you examine my writing u will c I oppose approach of "controling Pals"
@redphilistine don't think any Palestinian army would b able to defend from IDF. there will need to b international guarantees for Palestine