Monthly Archives: April 2005

Jacqueline Rose on Radio Scotland

Professor Jacqueline Rose was Colin Mackay’s guest on this week’s edition of A Life in Question, in which she discussed her interest in Zionism, psychoanalysis and feminism. Identifying with the dissenting tradition within Zionism, exemplified by intellectuals such as Ahad … Continue reading

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B’Tselem report on the siege of Gaza

According to a new report published by B’Tselem and HaMoked, Israel’s policy of “strangulation” has effectively cut the Gaza Strip off from the rest of the world. The report, which documents the grave and prolonged violation of human rights resulting … Continue reading

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Gush Shalom on the Route of the Wall

Gush Shalom ad published in Ha’aretz, April 1 , 2005: As if… Sharon seems to obey the Supreme Court of Israel. The path of the Separation Wall seems to have been moved to the vicinity of the Green Line. But … Continue reading

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Hamas integrating into PLO

The news from Palestine this week seems to be all about Hamas and what is sometimes described as “the decision by Mahmoud Abbas to integrate Hamas into Palestinian politics” and sometimes as “Hamas’s historic compromise”. Which is it, and does … Continue reading

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Gush Shalom on the disengagement crisis

Gush Shalom ad published in Ha’aretz, April 1 , 2005: Great show The Gush Katif settlers who are willing to leave are unable to do so. Why? Because as of now – 115 days before the date set for the … Continue reading

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E-1: The end of a viable Palestinian state

In this clear and concise piece in The Electronic Intifada, Jeff Halper (you know how highly I rate him) explains the significance of last week’s announcement of the settlement of E-1, the corridor connecting Jerusalem to the West Bank settlement … Continue reading

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