Colonialism and imperialism in Communist thinking in Palestine/Israel, 1919–1965

@article{LockerBiletzki2017ColonialismAI,
  title={Colonialism and imperialism in Communist thinking in Palestine/Israel, 1919–1965},
  author={Amir Locker-Biletzki},
  journal={Settler Colonial Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={384 - 399}
}
ABSTRACT The history of Communism in Palestine/Israel can be seen as an attempt to effect an Arab-Jewish anti-imperialist struggle. This article – which is informed by the literature about settler colonialism and Palestinian nationalism – portrays the way in which local Communists viewed nationalism, Zionism and imperialism. It argues that Palestinian and Jewish Communists did not fully comprehend Zionist settler colonialism and Palestinian nationalism. 

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