Dor Shalom


Dor Shalom
(Generation of Peace)
   An extraparliamen-tary interest group advocating continuation of the peace process with the Palestinians on the basis of the Oslo Accords. One of its founders and public spokesman was Yuval Rabin, son of Yitzhak Rabin.
   See also Peace Movement (Peace Camp).

Historical Dictionary of Israel. .

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