Elections Now!

August 2011
Challenge (07924143);2011, p3
The article discusses the demands by Israeli protestors. It notes how a housing intifada has grown into an all-inclusive protest that calls for Netanyahu to change his entire approach. It cites his purpose of diluting the protest and sending the tent-dwellers home as the demands became a social-democratic platform that seeks for the restoration of a welfare state. It indicates the challenge for the protestors to get rid of Netanyahu who continues to perpetuate the nationalist conflict.


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