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Title: Reflections on October 2000: A Landmark in Jewish-Arab relations in Israel
Authors: Bishara, Azmi 
Keywords: Human rights - Israel;Palestinian Arabs - Israel - Politics and government
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Journal of Palestine Studies
Abstract: This article was written in response to the violence that took place in Israel during the first two weeks of October 2000. The first phase of these events, from 1 to 6 October, was marked by massive demonstrations in Arab localities throughout Israel in sympathy with the second intifada; in the course of these demonstrations, thirteen unarmed Arab citizens were shot dead by Israeli security forces, a thousand were wounded, and hundreds were arrested. The second phase, from 7 to 15 October, involved vigilante actions by Jewish citizens against Arab citizens, including attacks on mosques, clinics, stores, and homes (see Docs. A5, C1, and D2 in JPS 118, and Docs. C4 and C5 in this issue.)
DOI: 10.1525/jps.2001.30.3.54
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