The Israeli taboo... 55 years on Author: Isabelle Humphries 30/04/2003 The Israeli "left" have long been talking and arguing over the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza of 1967. More controversial amongst so-called "peaceniks" is the future of the city of Jerusalem . But the ultimate taboo is to talk about the occupation and dispossession of the Palestinians in 1948.
Israelis join Palestinians for somber anniversary Author: Jonathan Cook 31/03/2003 In front of the locked gates of the Kfar Saul psychiatric hospital in the sprawling suburbs of West Jerusalem, Bronstein was trying to unfurl the banner of Zochrot. He was there with 100 demonstrators, drawn from what in Israel is seen as the far left, to commemorate a history most Israelis are never taught in school.
Palestine Post report on the fighting in Palestine and the occupation of al-Malha Author: Mordecai Chertoff 15/07/1948 In a perfectly coordinated three-pronged attack, Israel Defence Army forces and IZL troops conquered Malha village about a mile and a half to the south-west of Jerusalem on Tuesday night.