The lack of diplomatic resolution over the imposition of the Zionist State of ‘Israel’, in the context of the Western Orient is demonstrated by the succession of wars over the Gaza strip. The military occupation of the West Bank also protects the settler gangs that attack and undermine Palestinian life.
While ‘Israel’ was presented as a means to cope with the wave of Jewish refugees fleeing Europe, it has failed to provide ‘A Land without a People for a People without a Land’.
The constitutional proposition here brings to bear a concept from the Jewish Bund for the social character of National-Cultural Autonomy permitting a reciprocal relation with any other such Autonomy as allowed for in a Federation – but not the Nation-State.
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