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1967: The beginnings of critical education John Bunzl - After the June 1967 war, hundreds and thousands of young left-wing Jews flocked to Israel, attracted by military victory of a "small democratic and socialist Jewish state surrounded by enemies", to join the Zionist enterprise that was seen from a distance as a model of progressive society. Many of them were welcomed for several months in Hebrew-learning seminars called Ulpan that also provided them with reinforcements for their illusions about Zionism. But when they went out into the Israeli reality, many of them soon encountered the gap between the image they had of zionist Israel, and its colonial practice, beastly capitalism, nationalist arrogance and Jewish racism. Sooner or later they realized that they had been wrong to come here – and left. Many others needed a little "assistance" to sober up from their illusions, and in 1969 Matzpen tried to give them that assistance in the form of a booklet called "Anti-Ulpan", in English, French and Spanish. There were those who on their way out still tried to find a place for themselves here and joined Matzpen, but only a few of them remained in the country – and in Matzpen – for long.[ak] 29/9/2020
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Protest at UAE Embassy in PretoriaTisesetso Magama - Africa4Palestin - The “Abraham Accord” is an agreement in which the UAE and Bahrain will depart from their decades long commitment of boycotting and not having relations with Israel until the regime ends its unlawful occupation of Palestine. The move by the UAE and Bahrain to sign this agreement is rightly being called a ‘stab in the back of the oppressed Palestinians’ as it effectively allows Israel to continue with its unlawful occupation of Palestinian lands while maintaining relations and facing no consequences for its illegal actions. The human rights organization #Africa4Palestine joins the Palestinians and the South African government in not approving this agreement. We will be holding a lawful protest at the UAE Embassy in Pretoria, calling on the UAE should be on the right side of history with those countries who are holding Israel accountable for its human rights abuses instead of rewarding the Israeli regime. [ak]15/9/2020
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`Don’t Say we didn’t know!` Chronicling the routine of oppression 8/9/2020
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