Tag Archives: Labour

More United, Less Passionate

The Guardian- 25/03/2006 Three days now remain until the elections in Israel. The election campaign has been the most sedate in living memory. One may walk the main streets of the three main cities, and hardly be disturbed by activists, … Continue reading

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Along with the Boycott, Some Good News

Haaretz- 09/06/2006 The decision by NATFHE, the British college lecturers union, to initiate a blacklist with respect to their Israeli colleagues has been met with shock in Israel. It has rapidly become clear that the instigators of the boycott belong … Continue reading

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The 17th Knesset Elections, 2006

MERIA News Special Issue, Volume 10, Issue 3-10/04/2006 The 17th Knesset elections took place following a series of political events dramatic even by Israeli standards. The Gaza Disengagement Plan brought a new strategic concept of unilateralism to the forefront of … Continue reading

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