This book explores the conceptual and ideological constraints of the Israeli peace camp. It focuses on the perceptions of marginalized groups within the Israeli and Jewish contexts, highlighting how hybrid identities may provide creative resources for peacebuilding. It focuses on three groups: the Mizrahim or “Arab Jews”, Palestinian Israelis, and non-Israeli Jewish thinkers and activists whose voices have been marginalized by the dominant discourse of Zionism.
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