MAPAI


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MAPAIModified American Plan All Inclusive
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Zameret, 'Yes to a Jewish State, No to a Clericalist State: The Mapai Leadership and Its Attitude to Religion and Religious Jews," in On Both Sides of the Bridge: Religion and State in the Early Years of Israel, edited by M.
The 'Who is a Jew' debate was also connected to the political power struggles between Mafdal on the one hand and Mapam and Ahdut Ha'avodah, on the other, and Mapai.
With security trumping social questions, and Mapai politically dominant, protracted social unrest was not seen until the early 1970s.
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The Likud and the two parties that split from it currently hold 70 out of 120 Knesset seats, something even Mapai in the glory days of David Ben-Gurion didn't achieve.
Hollywood screenwriter Ben Hecht wrote a nonfiction account of how, toward the end of the Holocaust, the Jews of Hungary were betrayed by Rezso (Rudolph) Kasztner, deputy head of Va'ada, the Relief and Rescue Committee, an ideological affiliate of Mapai (later to become the Israeli Labour Party).
Once again, MAPAI Zionists accepted the plan, but the Palestinians and the Revisionists rejected it.
It is also that these novels undermine demagogic stereotypes about ethnicity, as though the process of "fracturing" and "disintegration" of values and structures among the oriental Jews in Israel during the mass years of immigration were the product of the purposeful activity or lack of consideration of secular Mapai Ashkenazis and the like.
But the social-democratic ruling party, Mapai, was not among them; its program called for peace based on the "territorial integrity of all states in the region.
28) Mapai, the strongest of all political parties at that time, "generally favor[ed] a secular state," although the party was "not .
The paper evolved in order to serve the multi-lingual Jewish Palestine community of immigrants and served as a recruiting and communication tool for the Mapai movement -- which later became the Israeli Labor Party, and had a clear left liberal and even socialist leanings reflecting the largely secular and East European origins of the country's founding generation and first immigrants.
To achieve a positive vote in the Knesset, Mapai insisted on party discipline.