Between the Holocaust and the Nakba, Two Histories – and Maybe a Shared Future

Israeli professors Bashir Bashir and Amos Goldberg propose an original way of relating to these historical events that just might offer a new path toward ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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David Green
David B. Green
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“There are two different nations here in this land, each of which is deserving of self-determination and of a homeland. And their stories are interwoven with each other.” (Amos Goldberg, in an interview)

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