About Author: Assaf Adiv

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  • Rather than stepping up to head a social movement and lend the weight of organized labour to the struggle for peace and equality, leaders of new workers committees prefer to support Likud, thus giving a hand to a party that is right-wing, war-mongering and anti-labour.

    Israeli workers committees shoot themselves in the foot

    Rather than stepping up to head a social movement and lend the weight of organized labour to the struggle for peace and equality, leaders of new workers committees prefer to support Likud, thus giving a hand to a party that is right-wing, war-mongering and anti-labour.

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  • The Prime Minister’s Conference on Minorities, held on Oct. 29, 2013, was entitled “Growth in Partnership.” PM Binyamin Netanyahu and senior ministers took part, including the “brothers in arms” Finance Minister Yair Lapid and Economics Minister Naftali Bennett, as well as Education Minister Shay Piron and Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug. The speakers gave stirring speeches full of promises to boost the political and economic integration of Israel’s Arab citizens, and to dismantle barriers to enable the full business potential of the Arab sector to be used. Higher education was emphasized along with employment, real estate, and fields in which government incentives could encourage economic growth in the Arab sector.

    Equality for Israel’s Arab citizens? Don’t hold your breath!

    The Prime Minister’s Conference on Minorities, held on Oct. 29, 2013, was entitled “Growth in Partnership.” PM Binyamin Netanyahu and senior ministers took part, including the “brothers in arms” Finance Minister Yair Lapid and Economics Minister Naftali Bennett, as well as Education Minister Shay Piron and Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug. The speakers gave stirring speeches full of promises to boost the political and economic integration of Israel’s Arab citizens, and to dismantle barriers to enable the full business potential of the Arab sector to be used. Higher education was emphasized along with employment, real estate, and fields in which government incentives could encourage economic growth in the Arab sector.

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  • On Asher Schechter’s – Rothschild – A Chronicle of Protest (Hebrew), Published by Kav Adom – HaKibbutz HaMeuhad, 2012, 309 p. In the summer of 2011, Tel Aviv was boiling […]

    Rothschild in the footsteps of the 1905 revolution

    On Asher Schechter’s – Rothschild – A Chronicle of Protest (Hebrew), Published by Kav Adom – HaKibbutz HaMeuhad, 2012, 309 p. In the summer of 2011, Tel Aviv was boiling […]

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  • By Deena Gamil, Equal Times, 19.10.2012    It was 25 January 2011. Although, Shaimaa Abdel Rahman was spending her summer vacation in the coastal city of Alexandria, she decided to join […]

    A REVOLUTION DEFERRED: EGYPTIAN WOMEN DEMAND CHANGE

    By Deena Gamil, Equal Times, 19.10.2012    It was 25 January 2011. Although, Shaimaa Abdel Rahman was spending her summer vacation in the coastal city of Alexandria, she decided to join […]

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