25 Years On: What Did Israeli Settlers Learn From the First Palestinian Intifada?

The outbreak of the first intifada put an end to the settlers’ vision that the Palestinians would reconcile themselves to autonomy, rather than a state of their own - without violent confrontations.

Chaim Levinson
Chaim Levinson
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