How can Israeli officials declare that they represent "The only democracy in the Middle East" when they deny the most elementary civil rights to the Arabs who have lived in Israel since 1948?
It is no longer correct to say that the differences within the government of national unity are over the extent of annexation. The differences are really over the way in which annexation, or at least the control of the whole of Palestine, should be achieved.
This analysis of Israel's special role in Africa in the service of US imperialism, was published in the September 1969 issue of the American left-wing monthly Leviathan. Soon after its publication the article was reprinted by ISRACA in London. In the meantime it has also been translated to Hebrew, but was then disqualified for publication in "Matzpen" by the Israeli military censorship. Eight years later, in 1977, "Matzpen" finally got the permission to publish it.