Bribing Palestinians and censoring textbooks: An inside look at the Israeli occupation's early years - Six-Day War – 50 years - Haaretz.com
Cars moving freely to Jerusalem and other West Bank towns under a sign that reads "Welcome to Bethlehem" in English, Hebrew and Arabic, Dec. 2, 1967. AP/H.H. Pinn

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

On June 11, 1967, Israel suddenly became an empire, ruling over large swaths of territory in the West...

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