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Some notes on ‘terror’
Chris Miller

the Arabs who had lived there since time immemorial’. 43 But it was not enough. The Zionists were glad to have their state recognized but had no intention of accepting its proposed dimensions. By 1947 they had developed a map of the Jewish state that ‘anticipated almost to the last dot pre-1967 Israel, i.e., Palestine without the West Bank and the Gaza Strip’. 44 The plan for implementing it was Plan Dalet (Plan D). It was based on a very detailed register of Palestinian villages. The plan’s prime mover was David Ben-Gurion, subsequently for many years

in ‘War on terror’
Hannah Arendt’s Jewish writings
Robert Fine and Philip Spencer

Convention or in the final text. Arendt's determination to write about the Eichmann trial was triggered by the fact that the prosecution of a key architect and administrator of the ‘final solution’ directly raised the human meaning of genocidal antisemitism. 59 At one point Arendt wrote rather hyperbolically of David Ben-Gurion, Prime Minister of Israel, that he was trying to turn the

in Antisemitism and the left