By Shira N. Robinson
For the subsequent 20 years Palestinians held a paradoxical prestige in Israel, as voters of a officially liberal country and matters of a colonial regime. Neither the country crusade to lessen the scale of the Palestinian inhabitants nor the formula of citizenship as a device of collective exclusion may perhaps unravel the government's basic limitation: the way to bind indigenous Arab citizens to the kingdom whereas denying them entry to its assets. extra confounding was once the strain among the opposing aspirations of Palestinian political activists. was once it the tip of Jewish privilege they have been after, or nationwide independence in addition to the remainder of their compatriots in exile? As Shira Robinson indicates, those tensions within the state's foundation—between privilege and equality, separatism and inclusion—continue to hang-out Israeli society today.
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