Revisiting Israeli Peace Activist Emil Grunzweig's Murder, 33 Years Later
Despite biting criticism in 1983 of the atmosphere of verbal and physical aggression, and of the incitement behind and 'criminality' of killing a person for his political views, it seems that not much has changed.
On February 10, 1983, some five months after the massacre in Beirut in the Sabra neighborhood and adjacent Shatila refugee camp, the Israeli cabinet was debating the conclusions of the Kahan Commission which...
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