Hebrew with English subtitles: Childhood in Upper Nazareth (1957‒1962), activity for "holding on to the [occupied] territories" after the June '67 war, gradual disillusionment during the military service on the Suez front in the War of Attrition, arrest during the 1 May 1972 demonstration of the Black Panthers and the Left in Jerusalem, and from there it was already a short road to Matzpen
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).
Proposals of maverick zionists for solving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict via forms of federalism, while themselves weighted heavily against the Palestinians, do signal the usefulness of federalism for socialists in proposing how Israelis and Palestinians can live together on equal terms.
The political contradiction between zionism and secularism is the basic reason for the power of religion and its influence on the minds of most Israeli Jews; it is also one reason why the Secular Movement cannot become a mass movement.
A look at the changes in Palestinian society since the beginning of zionist expansion in the region and its affect on the position of women.
The peasants of Sheikh Brak, survivors of the Armenian genocide, suffer in Israel a similar fate to that of the Palestinian Arabs. (An English translation of a report that was published in Matzpen no. 84, April 1978).