Suggestions for dispersing women's demonstrations with tear-gas; The problem of the Arab refugees; Like Rhodesia?; An interview with a leader of Al Fatah; Demonstrations by women in the occupied territories; Not only Jews were hung in Iraq; From Cuba to the editor of the Israel imperial News; Don't withdraw from Sinai; Democracy in Israel?
Valley Residents are Demanding Border Move; Appeal to Students to Counteract Anti-Israeli Influence; Policemen dragged members of Matzpen from Sokolov House; Exercise in Democracy; Police Will Recruit Students for Temporary Police Duties
When Zionists talk of "the threat of annihilation", they do not mean "physical extermination" but mainly the denial of special rights to Jews in Palestine. Zionists will only accept the principle of "one person ‒ one vote" as long as Jews are in the majority.
It is not by chance that people in Gaza are hungry; it is not by chance that they have no employment; it is not by chance that wages in Gaza are below the necessary minimum. All this is so because someone wanted it to be so. Someone in Jerusalem. A collective "someone".
The Yediot Aharonot journalist draws a line between the Israeli communists and the members of Matzpen who "smear the walls of houses in Jerusalem with slogans like 'Down with the occupation', demand the abolition of Zionism and the Jewish State as such, and like El-Fatah raise the slogan of a State that will accomodate both Jews and Arabs".
In our great enthusiasm at the achievements of Israel's independence and sovereignty we sometimes forget Zionism's negative aspect – it's cruel world outlook. In our ardour for Zionism, we ignore the effect of Zionist practice and Zionist ideology on the life and position of Jews who do not want to be Zionists.
The conflict in the Middle-East is primarily a Palestinian conflict, rather than a Judeo-Arab or Middle-Eastern one. It is primarily the problem of the Palestinian Arab people who have been deprived of their national rights and who are engaged in the fight for the reaffirmation of these rights.
On Terrorism and on Hangings \ The Struggle of the Ashdod Port Workers \ Two Attacks against the Teachers’ Strikes \ The New Israeli Budget \ An Anthology from the Israeli Press \ A Jewish-Arab Demonstration against the Occupation \ German-Israeli Reactionary Alliance \ Maki as Informers for the Police \ An Israeli View of the Anti-Zionist Left \ Statement to the Swiss People by the P.F.L.P. \ The Palestine Committees
What arguments can we raise against the striking port workers to convince them not to destroy the State from the inside, when the teachers throw a bucket of dirty water in the nation's face?
The murder in Rafah refutes the lie which is accepted by the majority of Israeli Jews about the occupation being liberal. There is no such thing as a liberal occupation.
The Jerusalem Post reported: The ceremony took place in a slightly charged atmosphere generated by a rather bedraggled demonstration of 22 young persons, including seven German students and members of Matzpen, Israel's Guevaraist group.
Esther Vilenska, members of the Central Committee of Maki, instructed the party's members to move away from Matzpen's demonstrators so that the public and the US Embassy officials would not confuse their polite slogans with our impudent ones.