Israel's Most Famous Arab Politician May Soon Have to Make a Crucial Decision

Kamal Tibi sought to integrate into the Israeli establishment. His son became a familiar face in the Israeli public years before Mansour Abbas, but devoted himself to separatism. He may soon have to choose between the two opposites

Gidi Weitz
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“The greatest of military parades was held in united Jerusalem,” Davar declared in its headline the day after Israel’s 20th Independence Day. That same week, the newspaper held a panel on Jewish and Arab coexistence. .

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