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Peace, Justice, and the Zionist Consensus: Peace Now and the Blind Spots of Peacemaking

Peace, Justice, and the Zionist Consensus: Peace Now and the Blind Spots of Peacemaking

Chapter:
(p.23) One Peace, Justice, and the Zionist Consensus: Peace Now and the Blind Spots of Peacemaking
Source:
When Peace Is Not Enough
Author(s):
Atalia Omer
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226008240.003.0002

This chapter focuses on the Peace Now (PN) movement and its conception of peace and justice. It begins by introducing the binational platforms and alternative Zionisms prior to the establishment of the Israeli state. It then highlights the anticipation of peace in the aftermath of the 1967 war. The chapter then turns to the emergence of Peace Now and the Zionist peace camp. Finally, it explores the platform of Meretz, the political party most closely associated with the Zionist peace camp.

Keywords:   peace now, peace, justice, zionisms, israeli state, zionist peace camp

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