Moshé Machover

Hebrew self-determination – Moshé Machover

2018-08-29T13:36:59+03:00January 12, 2017|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

Accession of the Hebrew nation to a future socialist federation of the Arab East can only be voluntary. Moreover, it would be a grave error on the part of socialists to condone, let alone advocate, attempts at a forcible accession. But this means that Hebrew accession to the federation would occur by exercising self-determination.

Resolution of The Israeli–Palestinian conflict: A socialist viewpoint – Moshé Machover

2013-10-08T09:59:54+03:00February 10, 2009|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

...socialists often forego an independent critical socialist viewpoint and are content to tail behind this or that brand of radical nationalism. Independent positions such as those advocated in the present article, which were formerly held and defended by significant sections of the revolutionary left, have been abandoned or simply forgotten. They need to be reaffirmed.

The Middle East – Still at The Crossroads: A Socialist Position on the Palestinian Problem ‒ By Moshé Machover

2018-01-20T13:01:43+03:00January 10, 1989|Categories: Articles, Khamsin, Khamsin Bulletin 5, Khamsin Bulletins|Tags: |

The sense in which socialists ought to be “more radical” than liberation nationalists is not in vying with the latter’s nationalism, but in putting forward revolutionary social aims. Liberation nationalists do not propose to overthrow the existing social order; what they want is just to put an end to the oppression of their own nation. Socialists, on the contrary, must seek to promote in every national liberation struggle the aim of overthrowing the existing order of class exploitation.

The Middle East at the Crossroads – by Abu Sa’id and Moshé Machover

2018-01-20T13:05:39+03:00January 10, 1989|Categories: Articles, Documents, Khamsin, Khamsin Bulletin 5, Khamsin Bulletins|Tags: , |

This is a re-print of an article that was originally published in September 1969. "The formula that restricts the struggle to Palestine alone, despite its revolutionary appearance, derives from a reformist attitude which seeks partial solutions within the framework of conditions now existing in the region. In fact, partial solutions can only be implemented through a compromise with imperialism and Zionism".

To Live Together ‒ a Dialogue between Said Hammami and Moshé Machover

2017-10-07T20:25:30+03:00October 1, 1984|Categories: Documents, Forbidden Agendas|Tags: , , |

Whatever may be said about Hammami's political views on particular points, there is no denying the non-sectarianism of his attitude to the Israeli Jewish population: he recognizes that they constitute a nationality just as much as the Palestinian Arabs, and that they, too, are entitled to national right in Palestine. To hear a Palestinian spokesman say this was not necessarily congenial to fanatics on both sides.

Zionism and its scarecrows – Moshé Machover and Mario Offenberg

2014-04-13T14:03:41+03:00October 10, 1978|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 6|Tags: , |

This article aims to show how the objective and subjective hench­men of Zionism in the West, in their attempt to fluster the critics of Zionism, present ‘leftist’-tinged arguments in support of the Israeli state, but especially directed against its Jewish opponents of the anti­-Zionist socialist movement inside Israel.

Dossier : Les bourgeoisies arabes ; Introduction par Moshé Machover

2017-11-06T14:25:43+03:00June 30, 1977|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 4|Tags: |

La vraie question est si ce développement est susceptible d'être — qualitativement et quantitativement — d'une ampleur telle qu'il transforme le monde arabe d'un domaine néocolonial étroitement subordonné au système capitaliste mondial et aux forces dominantes, en une puissance capitaliste autonome tout comme, disons, le Japon ou la France.