Fighting for al-Aqsa, again.
The pandemic created a sense of unity between Jewish and Arab Israelis.
And these may redound to Palestinians as well.
And even spiked interest in enlistment.
More than mere politicking.
Not to mention those South Africans who lived through the real thing.
“When Arabs hear the word ‘Shoah,’” Khalid tells me, “they black out. It’s almost like a paralysis. They don’t want to hear another word about it. But they—we—need to.”
Recognizing the inevitability of the Jewish state and negotiating with it for the betterment of their own future.
Is a socially conservative Muslim-Jewish alliance emerging?
Will Arab parties turn away from anti-Zionism and toward their constituents’ everyday concerns?