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A thief needs to forsake his mom, father, brothers, and sisters. He should have no family-no spouse, no young ones. The regime approved the deployment of Yasam the anti-terror Israel Police Special Patrol Unit to forcibly evict two families from their homes.
Yasam is the same riot control counter-terrorist unit that uses live fire to squelch Palestinian demonstrations inside pre Israel. Meanwhile, young activists started trickling into Labor Hill for the planned protests. Most were Mizrah. In addition, like all Mizrah. This is exactly what anarchists, communists, and ISM activists oppose. Unlike most Ashkenazim on the Israeli left, these anti-Zionist, direct-action activists began to realize the significance of the relationship between Mizrah.
Five more expulsion-demolitions for Labor Hill were scheduled for summer Encouraged by international support in the spring, HaLo Neh. As usual, though, lethal bureaucratic entanglements soon followed—just as they had in the summers of and Like every Mizrah. When Hamas won elections in January , thereby turning the PLO into the opposition, the PA had about two hundred thousand employees. Since the Hamas election victory, the PA has paid its bureaucrats unemployment in exchange for them not working for Hamas.
This meant that Hamas was forced to establish an entirely new bureaucratic apparatus that gradually grew to include forty-five thousand people. Their salaries were paid primarily from the heavy taxes Hamas levied on goods smuggled through tunnels connecting Egypt to the Gaza Strip.
The Egyptian military proceeded to close half the tunnels, diminishing revenues from smuggled goods. This meant no salaries for Hamas bureaucrats. The Hamas financial crisis resuscitated the attempt to form a unity government with the PLO and resulted in a May reconciliation agreement BBC b. The crux of the arrangement was that the Emir of Qatar would transfer funds generated from natural gas exports to the xxxx Page 9 PA.
Robert H. Israel, the United States, and the PA refused to listen. Israeli intelligence assumed that the rider was a senior Hamas leader.
The effort failed. Instead, the missiles severely injured seven passers-by. In early June, the IDF continued these attempts to target Palestinian guerrillas with heavy-duty bombs, but managed only to kill a seven-year-old Gazan boy. How did the Hamas splinter cell choose these boys as its targets? A long-time grassroots Mizrah. No wonder his mom was all over the press. I guess they asked him his last name. Surprise, surprise. With two Mizrah.
The boys were instantly codified by the kidnappers at first by phenotype that indicated a quarry of significant value—two Ashkenazim and one Mizrah. When the kidnappers learned the last name of the light colored Mizrah. In Wrapped, I coined the term GendeRace to describe the calcified amalgamation of gender and race that happens in the blink of an eye. They are therefore unable to construct racialized and gendered identities that lend themselves to political agency.
The publicity of the kidnapping allowed Hamas to resume its place at center stage and created a chain of other events. What was ostensibly a search to find the boys and their captors in the West Bank included massive air strikes across Gaza. The IDF killed nine Palestinians and raided thirteen hundred properties, including commercial and residential buildings in the West Bank.
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The national mood in Israel turned somber. Sad songs of bravery and loss poured out of radios and TVs. Netanyahu and the regime, however, knew the boys were already dead. On the evening of the kidnapping, June 12, at p. A cry of pain. Close-range gunfire. Was it a tactic to foster national unity? Public attention would shift. Indeed, with the kidnapping crisis, fortification of Labor Hill against the planned expulsions-demolitions stopped.
As the mothers made futile pleas for the return of their sons in Geneva, HaLo Neh. The entire July and August summer break lay ahead of them. They hoped to revive their momentum when the national mood recovered following the funerals of the boys. No social justice demonstrations. Time to bracket the cause and join with the Ashkenazim, united yet again as Israelis against the Arab goyim.
The operation involved a forty-nine-day massive aerial and ground artillery bombardment followed by incursions of IDF soldiers who fought in the streets and homes of Gazans. Hamas responded by striking White City, Tel Aviv with missiles. More than eleven thousand were wounded Defense for Children International According to a United Nations Development Program report , one in four people in Gaza was forced to flee their home during the seven-week Israeli operation.
The IDF Air Force, ground artillery, and infantry destroyed almost all Gazan infrastructure: hospitals, schools, and mosques were reduced to rubble.
Gazans suffered an Israeli-made disaster unparalleled since the Nakba. During that same period, 66 Israeli xxxx Page 11 soldiers and 7 civilians were killed, and 1, soldiers and civilians were wounded BBC a. The War on Gaza destroyed what foreign capital had built after the Oslo Accords. It also hammered the last nail in the coffin of the two-state solution peace plan.
The Nakba had exiled Palestinians from their homeland, but the Zionist regime had left infrastructure intact, at least temporarily, to accommodate a forthcoming mass migration that was mostly Mizrah. The Israeli regime dynamited most of it soon after. Gaza was even more destructive: it left hardly anything intact. A scene at dusk outside Sderot, a small, largely Mizrah. The town is a stronghold of Mizrah.
It has been a constant target for Hamas rockets for the past fifteen years. PTSD is endemic. With high unemployment, ever-increasing costs of living, and ever-shrinking social services, Sderotis had planned to join forces with HaLo Neh.
Instead, they were taking in the military spectacle of IDF bombardments on Gaza. As the Mediterranean breeze wafted from the Gaza shores, they left their air-conditioned homes to watch the war while picnicking, drinking espresso, and eating popcorn Mackey One people, one heart is a popular bumper sticker. As Hamas bombarded Tel Aviv, Mizrah. Did we engage in warmongering over twenty million dollars of salaries just as Hamas was trying to unite ranks with the PLO?
Was it worth it? We can play with terrorism as a language game, but this [military operation] is about electricity, ports, and basic goods for. Until the next round Mor-H.
Their home lies in ruins following the IDF bombardment. The irregular amendment to H. Expectedly, both Hebrew and international media outlets were focused on the Gaza Carnage. The streets of Tel Aviv were empty. No tent cities of protesters set up along tree-lined boulevards. Those who could afford it had flown to Europe or North America for vacation.
Others sought relief in remote, eco-friendly desert resorts that were too far away for the media to cover, and therefore, impervious to Hamas missiles.
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Such escapes were beyond the means of HaLo Neh. The July 14 Knesset session to discuss the amendment to H. Today is the Seventeenth of Tammuz In these hours, not only the people of the south, but all of us, together, confront the present security crisis. Lest we forget, this is a day for hundreds of families to visit military ceme- teries and mourn loved ones These days, we can clearly see the lessons learned from the Lebanon-2 War by the political ranks as well as the IDF.
The present battle demonstrates that we have put those lessons into operation We ought to separate criticism levied at decision-makers. They are all our sons. Palestinian MK Moh. What is the aim of Netanyahu and his government?
Do they still cling to the delusion that the more dead Palestinians, the safer Israelis are? Netanyahu cynically advances a political agenda against his opposition from inside and outside the coalition government by means of war [against the Palestinians].
Has Israel gone to this war, really, to protect its citizens? This is a crime against humanity. The protesters were attacked by fascists and police. If the streets are going to be filled with.
Nevertheless, these demonstrators are rarely seen at Mizrah. Disenfranchised Mizrah. The discussion turned to the crux of this unusual session. A Stanford alum, he is a renowned economist and former president of Ben Gurion University.
Braverman was done introducing the law, even as the Gaza War continued to roar, the Knesset proceeded to consider the sale of surveillance equipment to Singapore. Then it turned to national funding for marine research. The penultimate item dealt with boarding schools and runaway children in such a way that would further disenfranchise Mizrah.
Welcome to the Parliament! The Knesset! The parliament of Israel! Hebrew media finally covered the amendment three days later. Similarly, bids arrived for the sale of 49 percent of the state-owned utilities companies and ports. All these companies were newly listed on the stock market Channel 2 News Finance Minister Yair Lapid used the spectacle of war to nix an NIS one billion plan to remodel dilapidated low-income housing projects and build new ones Busso Meanwhile, new military contracts to restock the IDF with weapons were expected to further bolster the industry.
As done every summer, Knesset members also succeeded in securing a pay raise for themselves. Meanwhile, many public sector employees were already subject to salary freezes and furloughs, and thus underemployment. My friends and sisters in the Mizrah. Palestinians with Israeli citizenship would not dare venture to Ah. Much of south Tel Aviv is a right-wing bastion.
Fascist gangs roaming Black City with chains and knives would break your bones, they warned. But I was home. When I compared the ends of both the Knafo march and the Tel-Aviv-Tahrir Occupy with the truncated protests against the expulsion-demolition of Labor Hill, the packed room made the connection to Gaza before I could spell it out. They had chosen the date carefully.
The public, exhausted by Gaza , was preparing for the second most sacred Jewish holiday. At dusk on Rosh Hashana Eve, the entire country shuts down.
That morning, Labor Hill residents had posted a call-to- arms on Facebook. A few die-hard Ah. The developers and police assumed, and rightly so, that not many activists would disrupt the first day of the Jewish New Year to hold mass protests in solidarity.
Instead, concerned citizens brought potluck to share with families whose homes were demolished. Together, they prayed and ate the holiday meals in front of the rubble. One people, one heart Figure 4: Residents of Labor Hill eat their Rosh Hashanah meal in front of their demolished homes. For the first time in their lives, they consid- ered voting for ultranationalist parties, despite the courtship and perks promised by the Labor-Meretz bloc.
Elections were scheduled for The Knesset, nevertheless, voted to dissolve in December This sequence followed the same familiar cycle as years prior and points to the convergence of the two timelines: the Israel-Palestine binary clock tracked by international news, and the intra-Jewish racism masked from view by the Hebrew-to- English translation block. That operation in turn led to an early October call for elections after parliamentary gridlock over a draconian budget proposal for the upcoming year.
In just the same way, a timely Palestinian suicide bomb ended the Knafo march—a protest that had become possible thanks to a lull in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The political center moved to the right, and Netanyahu was elected prime minister.
So here they go again. On March 17, , Israelis went to the polls for early parliamen- tary elections. Of the Knesset seats, Likud won 30 and the Zionist Union won This shocked many Israeli Jews.
Another new party, Kulanu All of Us, in Hebrew , also right-wing on the subject of Palestine, won 10 seats. Their diverse list even included a Druze.
Led by Moshe Kah. It had Mizrah. His platforms therefore lured some of the disappearing middle class, both Ashkenazi and Mizrah. President Reuven Rivlin followed procedure and on March 25, appointed Netanyahu as prime minister to form the thirty-fourth government of the state of Israel—on the Mizrah.
Meanwhile, entire Mizrah. The Ashkenazi real estate bubble continues to expand. Buying homes in pre Israel has become completely unaffordable for most young Mizrah. As the political center keeps moving to the extreme right, the West Bank settlements present one of the few options for newlyweds to become homeowners Lavie , The accelerating housing crisis has intensified the unchecked growth of the large urban West Bank settlements near the armistice line. In addition, middle- aged, middle-class Mizrah.
This is facilitating down payments for affordable housing in the settlements. The difficulties of rebuilding Gaza under a stricter Israeli blockade and stringent regula- tions were relegated to the back pages of newspapers, if featured in the press at all. Since September , the Israel-Palestine conflict has yet again escalated into what international media has dubbed the Intifada of the Knives.
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Statistics posted by the Red Cross of Israel in May showed that in , there were 34 Israelis killed and injured as a result of car rammings, stabbings, and shootings Magen David Adom The Israel-Palestine conflict persists. The Steady Drumbeat of Eternal Return The aim of this article is to depart from the usual political perspective—the Israel-Palestine binary.
It presents a new analytical toolbox. It challenges assumptions that the domestic socioeconomic politics of intra-Jewish racism and the inter national aspects of the Israel- Palestine conflict are two distinct domains. The state of Israel uses war as a unifying force to divert attention from domestic issues of racial and gender justice through the sanctity of the chosen people in their chosen land. Israeli Jews—Ashkenazim and Mizrah. While Mizrah.
The political center keeps moving further to the right. One people, one heart The eternal return of the question I asked in Wrapped: How long can the regime depend on Mizrah. More questions follow. Will Mizrah. Two Mizrah. What can we do? In English, Mizrah. The Sephardim are descendants of the Jews who were expelled from Spain in , and they constitute one group of the Mizrah.
Preliminary anthropological fieldwork and archival research were conducted during —94 through three-month visits to Israel and were funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the University of California Humanities Research Institute at Irvine, and the University of California, Davis Junior Faculty Research Grant.
From August to present, I have not lived a day-to-day life in Israel. In-situ fieldwork was conducted over periods of three to six weeks at a time between and Between and the present, I conducted lengthy interviews and conversations over Skype and phone on a weekly basis, participated in e-groups, and collected relevant Israeli media in print and online.
From to present, data from social media has been collected on a daily basis. Since the publication of Wrapped in the Flag of Israel Lavie , Mizrahi communities have, nevertheless, continued to move further toward the ultranationalist right on the political scale. Thus, Israeli-based Mizrahi NGOs and activists have largely avoided contact with new diaspora initiatives such as JVP, fearing a resultant alienation from their constituencies and the potential loss of funding from progressive Zionist diaspora Jews who donate large amounts of funding to these NGOs through the New Israel Fund NIF in the name of diversity and gender equality.
Nakba catastrophe, Arabic is the expulsion of most Palestinians from their homes, villages, and towns in order to carve out the State of Israel. When in power in the s, the Ashkenazi Zionist left has consistently carried out right-wing domestic social and economic policies. The Ashkenazi post-Zionist and anti-Zionist left did not protest these policies, fearing to disrupt the Oslo peace process Lavie , Anthropological literature has recently turned its eyes onto the subject of bureaucracy Bear ; Graeber ; Mathur ; Gupta ; Hull This trend has not followed in large part into Anthropology of the Middle East.
The only place where bureaucracy is being discussed as a tool of colonialist governance are the many newspaper articles on how the state of Israel uses bureaucracy to control Palestinians in the West Bank see also Berda In the eyes of authors of H.
So single mothers stand to have their funding cut first because there is no man to earn it by serving in the military and providing reserve duties see Lavie Pinuy-Binuy is the status for dilapidated, one or two-story residential homes slated for destruction to make room for multi-story residential complexes. The Ministry of Housing can declare a renewable, six-year Pinuy-Binuy zone.
Although Pinuy-Binuy became official Housing Ministry policy in , it has been an integral part of gentrification and urban development in major Israeli cities since the s. The ISM is a Palestinian-led civilian social movement founded in that is com- mitted to nonviolent protest to support Palestinians in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Such a coalition between right-wing Mizrah. Hamas is an acronym for H.The amendment is usually voted into law in the wee hours of dawn. All these companies were newly listed on the stock market Channel 2 News The petition was presented to the Knesset on July 11 and promptly ignored. Featured channels.
GendeRace is comprised of the Husserelian noesis-noema complementary binary that constructs the essence. Handelman, Don. You know what, Marianne? Five more expulsion-demolitions for Labor Hill were scheduled for summer