The Middle East

Is it possible to fight against separation and promote it at the same time?



18.04.2021   |  Mikhael Manekin


Any stand against the occupation is important, but the weak point of the dream of a confederation between the Jordan and the Mediterranean is the interim stage until the settlement, in particular the indifference towards the settlement project. Is it possible to speak highly of joint nationalism in the future without fighting against the project of disinheritance, theft and the subjugation of the Palestinians in the present?

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