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Zionism, in the hands of Benjamin Netanyahu, has become a ‘status quo’ ideology, denying opportunities for peace with Palestine.

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IN November 2022, Israel’s prime ministerial candidate from the right-wing Likud Party, Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu, was campaigning in Jerusalem. I was visiting there at the time and was arguing with Geva Hadaya, a local tour guide who spoke fluent Indonesian.

“You Israelis shouldn’t vote for Bibi if you want to make peace with the Arabs,” I said.

“What kind of peace?”

“As agreed to in


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