After Zionism: One State for Israel and Palestine
After Zionism: One State for Israel and Palestine
Books |  2012
Version: Lebanon
Action:  Banned
Censoring Entity:  General Security
Censoring Reason:  Israel
Content: 
After Zionism was published in July 2012. 
Why was it initially authorized and then banned after less than a few months on the shelves?

After Zionism: One State for Israel and Palestine is a new collection of essays edited by Antony Loewenstein and Ahmed Moor.
The editors of this collection of essays – a Palestinian refugee born in Gaza and now based in the USA and an Australia anti-Zionist Jew – say they collaborated on this book “because of a shared belief that Jews and Palestinians are destined to live and work together, whatever our differences in background, ideals and daily life.”

The idea is that the two-state reality for Israel and Palestine is dead and cannot offer a just resolution for people living there. It was lost along with persistent colonization of the West Bank and an increasingly fragmented Palestinian society. 'After Zionism' is an impressive compilation of essays from authors who explore the Israel Palestine conflict with the one-state solution "in mind".