From the Editors
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Mich Levy and Max Ajl
Tikva Honig-Parnass, False Prophets of Peace: Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine. Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2011. Aharon Cohen, a senior member of MAPAM, the Israeli United Workers Party, observed in 1948 that “a state based on national enmity and the rule of one people over another will certainly breed chauvinism and reaction in its internal life.” Cohen understood that the relationship between Arabs—Palestinian and non-Palestinian alike—and Israelis would ...Keep Reading »
Mich Levy is a co-founder of the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network. In that capacity, Mich has published on the Electronic Intifada and Mondoweiss and is co-editor of the ebook Greenwashing Apartheid: The Jewish National Fund's Environmental Cover Up. Mich has a master's degree in the Politics of Alternative Development Studies and has been involved in movement work since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 1991.
Max Ajl is in the doctoral program in development sociology at Cornell University and has been published widely, including in Middle East Report, Historical Materialism, and the Guardian's Comment is Free. He is a contributing editor at Jacobin, and co-edits the O.I.L. section on Jadaliyya, and is on Twitter at: @maxajl