Will the Center (And Labor) Concede to the Idea of Annexation?
“Annexation has been an idea entertained by, flirted with, and used as leverage by Israel essentially since immediately after the Six Days War in 1967.
Before delving into the specifics of Annexation, it is critical to emphasize that substantively, “Annexation” in the West Bank was never a unilateral action that Israel considered seriously, aside from East Jerusalem.”
A new opinion piece by Alon Pinkas dealing with various questions as to what exactly is this annexation about? What is the labor’s party history with annexation and what will transpire?
Published: June 2020
By Alon Pinkas
Categories: Peace and Security Dialogue, Shared Society, Social Justice
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