Yacov Ben-Efrat writes for Challenge, a magazine of the Da’am Workers Party, a revolutionary Jewish-Palestinian party in Israel, of which he is the General Secretary. He was sentenced in 1989 to 30 months jail as editor of the bilingual weekly Derech Hanitzoz (Way of the Spark), which was financed by the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, branded as a “terrorist” organization by the Israeli government.
Labor Party leader Avi Gabai is right when he says: “The peace process vis-à-vis the Palestinians is interesting only for people over 50.” “Do you think,” he told his supporters, “that people care about a Palestinian state when [President Mahmoud] . . .
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