The Dialogue on Democratic Debate on Palestine

Issue number 23 of the review Dialogue has just come out.  In this issue,
you will find contributed articles justifying the need to organize and
pursue a democratic debate, internationally, based on the recognition of
the inalienable right of peoples to self-determination and on the fact
that a people who oppresses another will never be a free people.  This
debate is being organized by all those – more and more numerous – who
refuse the crimes that are commited in their name, such as Haim Bresheeth,
university professor in England and the author of an article entitled
“Israel’s politics and the West : the more it changes, the more it remains
the same” or Ben Ehrenreich, an American writer who has sent our editors
an article denouncing Zionist usurpation. This is also the debate of
Palestinian youth and supporters, confronted with the dismantling of their
traditional political representation – consequence of the Oslo Agreements
– who are seeking to take back the democratic foundation of their movement
for national liberation.  For all of them, there can be no peace without
justice. There can be no justice without reference to the democratic
claims and demands of the Palestinian People.  The review Dialogue
proposes that members of the labour and democratic movement contribute to
this necessary discussion.
Best regards,
For the editorial board, Jean Pierre Barrois and François Lazar.

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