Thought the battle over 1967 was lost? And for Israel's democratic character? Wrong. Here are are a sample of the protests, court cases and acts of nonviolent defiance since the start of this anniversary year.
Bribing Palestinians and Censoring Textbooks: An Inside Look at the Israeli Occupation's Early Years
A committee of senior Israeli government officials was established in June 1967 to oversee civilian life for Arabs in the occupied territories. Minutes show how Israel dealt with the new reality, including planning nuclear reactors
Whenever Arabs rise up against their corrupt rulers, they are reminded that Jerusalem is still under the boot of the Zionist occupier and that the first duty of every Arab is to liberate the holy city
Palestinian President Abbas' message read at rally: Time for Israel to recognize Palestine, end the occupation; opposition leader Herzog booed by demonstrators
Two open letters, published the same day in the Israeli press, a mere three months after the Six-Day War, presented a fork in the road regarding the territories
The weakness of Netanyahu and his cabinet before Trump naturally arouses empathy. Nevertheless, it’s hard to avoid comparisons to other periods in Israeli history, and especially that period whose 50th anniversary is now being celebrated
I'd much rather that the mass demonstration in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square were being held some other night than Saturday. But I'm going. I have my reasons.
Israel Tears Down Anti-occupation Encampment Set Up by North American Jews and Palestinians in West Bank
Activists erected the tents in the South Hebron Hills a week ago to mark the 50th anniversary of the Israeli occupation; one Canadian has been detained
Between the government’s insulting gestures and their implementation lies a time-tested innovation dreamed up by the Jewish brain – the bureaucracy of Israel’s Civil Administration in the West Bank
Any change that has occurred, whether in the direction of the right or the left, has always come from within