Zionism: Why We Oppose It – Moshé Machover

2021-07-17T13:20:29+03:00August 1, 1978|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

Zionism is a false solution to the Jewish problem and is based on a capitulation to antisemitic arguments. It is a project for establishing, maintaining and expanding an exclusivist state in which racist laws, regulations and practices are enforced. It is a colonizing enterprise at the expense of the indigenous Palestinian people. And it is a staunch ally and instrument of imperialist domination in the Middle East.

Dossier : Les bourgeoisies arabes ; Introduction par Moshé Machover

2021-05-31T13:30:51+03:00June 30, 1977|Categories: Articles, Français, 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.

Zionism, National Oppression, and Racism — Moshe Machover

2021-06-05T13:04:48+03:00March 10, 1976|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

Racist discrimination always pertains to individual rights. The rights denied are not the collective rights of an entire group, but the individual rights of every person belonging by origin to a given group. Zionist racism is principally a matter of practice, due to the fact that Zionist colonization could only be implemented at the expense of the Palestinian Arabs’ rights — both their national and individual rights. The Zionist project — past and present — is a project of colonization by Jews of territories inhabited by Arabs, turning an Arab country into a Jewish country. In order to implement such a project, it is necessary to discriminate in favor of Jews and against Arabs in matters of immigration, citizenship, land ownership, and so on — right down to discrimination regarding the rights of returning residents.

Chroniques — Par Yasser Ali, Leila Kadi, Sadik El Azem, Avishai Ehrlich et Moshè Machover

2021-05-31T10:58:24+03:00December 10, 1975|Categories: Articles, Français, Khamsin 2|Tags: , , , , |

1) Liban, septembre 1975 : Fin de la « démocratie confessionnelle » . 2) Les violentes manifestations du prolétariat industriel en Égypte. 3) Sur le front du pétrole. 4) En Israël : Bataille navale dans la lutte des classes ; La réforme fiscale en Israël ; Élections à l'Université de Jérusalem.

Comerade Jabra Nicola (1912-1974) – by Moshe Machover

2020-08-21T17:21:53+03:00April 10, 1975|Categories: Articles|Tags: , |

He had exactly what we lacked — a coherent conception of the Zionist colonization process, and in particular the way it affected the Arab society in Palestine. From him we got a much better and deeper understanding of Israel as an embodiment of Zionist colonization. Also, he had a conception of the Arab revolution as one and indivisible process. Matzpen’s positions on all these matters were adopted essentially under his influence.

Liars ‒ Moshe Machover

2018-08-21T13:39:39+03:00August 10, 1969|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

Especially hysterical is the incitement and haranguing issued by those Israeli journalists who are in the habit of wrapping themselves in a cloak of “decency” and even “progressiveness”, and who like to pretend that they are not quite happy about the Israeli establishment: Uri Avnery, Amos Kenan and Boaz Evron.

ISRAC 1 – Editorial

2021-11-10T13:20:02+02:00May 15, 1969|Categories: Documents, ISRACA|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

The historically complex conflict in the Middle East is not a clash between Jews and Arabs as such, as the nationalists claim, but a clash between Zionist colonization, which is, and always has been, an ally of imperialism, and the indigenous population of Palestine.

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