Khamsin Bulletin 6

Khamsin Bulletin 6 (1989)

Letter from a Palestinian to the Israeli “Peace Camp” – ‘Ali J

2017-12-10T04:57:34+03:00June 10, 1989|Categories: Documents, Khamsin Bulletin 6|Tags: |

The following letter was written by a Palestinian leftist activist in the West Bank. It was published (in Hebrew) in December 1988 in issue #1 of Meha'ah (Protest), organ of a coalition of some of the more radical Israeli anti-­occupation protest groups. The letter is directed to the less radical – and wholly Zionist – 'peace camp', including the Peace Now movement

Left Without Arabs – Ehud ‘Ein-Gil

2017-12-10T04:58:29+03:00June 10, 1989|Categories: Articles, Khamsin Bulletin 6|Tags: |

In this article, published in place of an editorial in the first issue of Meha'ah (see Introduction to the previous item), the writer, member of the radical and anti-Zionist Socialist Organization in Israel (Matzpen) polemicizes against an article by Ari Shavit in the left-Zionist journal Politika (Politics).

A solidarity visit to Dahariyah

2017-12-10T04:59:25+03:00June 10, 1989|Categories: Documents, Khamsin Bulletin 6|

The following report was sent to us by Professor I Shahak, Chairman of the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights. It was written by an Israeli who visited the Dahariyah prison compound; he managed to get in by mingling with the members of a Palestinian prisoner's family. Since this is against the rules, his name is withheld.

Plato banned in bastion of democracy

2017-12-10T05:00:48+03:00June 10, 1989|Categories: Documents, Khamsin Bulletin 6|

According to the Jerusalem Post of 7th May, very few books are allowed Into Qezi'ot. Among books that have been banned are not only tracts on Marxism and a biography of George Orwell, but also the Dialogues of Plato.