Crossing The Border: An Autobiography Of An Anti-Zionist Palesti

Crossing the Border: An Autobiography of an Anti-Zionist Palestinian of the Hebrew language group

by Dr Uri Davis

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The autobiography of an Anti-Zionist Palestinian of the Hebrew language group, explaining how he crossed the border between Israel and Palestine successfully. Since the publication in 1995 of the first addition, Dr Davis' political terminology has changed: rather than refer to the one secular and democratic State of Palestine as a bi-national or multi-national State, he refers to a Democratic Federal Republic of Palestine namely: a single Palestinian sovereignty, a single democratic federal Palestinian Parliament subject to a liberal-democratic constitution, a single Palestinian democratic citizenship and a single Palestinian currency. His view that that the defeat of settler-colonial political-Zionism and apartheid Israel in Palestine, namely: the dismantlement of the bundle of strategic apartheid legislation passed by apartheid Israeli sovereign, the Knesset, since the establishment of the state of Israel is a necessary condition for the achievement of a decent future for the criminally-against-humanity ethnically cleansed and occupied country of historical Palestine.




























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