The committee of Arab students that was active at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the 1990s was considered a breeding ground for young revolutionaries. Its representatives – activists who honed their views in tempestuous debates over lofty issues – usually belonged to the humanities, social sciences or law faculties. They would go on to take important roles in the intellectual elite of Israel’s Arab community. Mansour Abbas was not one of them.
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