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Young Arab Israelis in Nazareth after the funerals of two Arab men killed by Israeli police in October 2000, when angry demonstrations within Arab communities in northern Israel resulted in the deaths of 12 Arab citizens and one Palestinian from the territories.
Young Arab Israelis in Nazareth after the funerals of two Arab men killed by Israeli police in October 2000, when angry demonstrations within Arab communities in northern Israel resulted in the deaths of 12 Arab citizens and one Palestinian from the territories. (Courtney Kealey/Liaison) Courtney Kealey/Liaison

The other Israelis

Emboldened by the Palestinian struggle, an emerging movement in Israel wants full equality for the country's Arab citizens. But that would mean redefining the nature of the Jewish state.

By David B. Green
February 25, 2007

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JERUSALEM -- When you think of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, what's likely to come to mind are the intifada, Hamas and Fatah, the West Bank and Gaza, road maps and roadblocks, and a story that seems to have no end. But there is another Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one just as old and as vexing, and no less a "time bomb" if not ... (Full article: 2321 words)

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