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Category Archives: Judaism

  1. Independent Jewish Voices: 100 Years After Balfour

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    October 9, 2017 by IJV

    On 2 November 1917, a letter from the Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour was transmitted to the Zionist Federation, promising British …
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  2. If Kerry fails, what then? by Sam Bahour and Tony Klug

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    April 19, 2014 by IJV

    We need to break free of the divisive and increasingly stifling one-state-versus-two-states straightjacket that tends to polarize debate and in practice ends up perpetuating the status quo — which is a form of one state, albeit an inequitable one. The aim of our proposal is to bring matters to a head and to enable people to advocate equal rights for Palestinians and Israelis, in one form or another, free of the implication that this necessarily carries a threat to the existence of the state of Israel.

  3. Letter to the JC (unpublished)

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    August 30, 2011 by IJV

    Earlier this month Beit Klal Yisrael organised  Study Day on Israel/Palestine: VOICING progressive ALTERNATIVES 2011. The seminar consisted of an …
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  4. A piece on Libya by Avnery: To the shores of Tripoli

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    August 30, 2011 by IJV

    Uri Avnery supports the NATO intervention in Libya, despite many accusations from more politically correct friends. However, Uri is convinced …
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  5. Bibi’s speech to the US Congress: a flagrant denial of the autonomy and diversity of Jews worldwide

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    May 26, 2011 by Antony Lerman

    There were so many fictions and distortions in Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to the US Congress on 24 May, so many …
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