The conversation among the Palestinians of Israel about the Arab Spring raises a number of key moral, political and social dilemmas. In light of the regional turmoil, they debate the impact of regional events on their societal structure, the next phases of their public struggle for equality, and the nature of their future relations with the Arab word. The Palestinian media in Israel is a key arena in which these dilemmas are being addressed. There is no unified voice regarding the Arab Spring, but there is an evident concern that the revolution would destroy the revolutionaries and subject them to the interests of the West.
Policy Papers and Reports / Israel and the Middle East