New Internationalist

September 1989, Issue 199

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Suffering under David's star
Jewish Israelis and Palestinians are locked in a conflict over land. Sue Shaw explains.
Cries from the camp
'Out of the night comes the tramping of feet, the forbidden chanting of voices, louder and louder, nearer and nearer.' Sue Shaw describes a night of terror in a Palestinian refugee camp.
States of peace
How would Israel and Palestine fare as two separate states? We suggest two country profiles.
Chasing the dangerous dream of Zion
Zionist pioneers came to Palestine looking for a new home. Danny Rubenstein tells the tragic tale of two peoples who could not see eye to eye.
A soul in exile
Fawaz Turki tells how memory and imagination have watered the dreams of generations of Palestinian refugees.
The Holocaust lives on
Jewish Israelis are encouraged never to forget Nazi crimes. Sarah Faith reports on the way this affects Israeli attitudes today.
Letters to the enemy
Can Israelis and Palestinians trust each other? Assad el Assad is a Palestinian poet and Yael Lotan is a Jewish Israeli writer. They exchange letters.
Organizing chaos
Beneath the apparent turmoil of the Palestinian uprising, clarity of purpose and discipline prevail. Zeidan El Ramahi reveals a remarkable system of co-operation.
News from around the world.
By Paul Baker.
With a Ryszard Kapuscinksi classic.