Akiva Orr


1931 – 2013

In memoriam: Akiva “Aki” Orr – Moshe Macover

March 10, 2013

Obituary: AKIVA “AKI” Orr was a revolutionary activist and writer, founding member of the Israeli Socialist Organization (Matzpen), an enchanting raconteur, and a unique, larger-than-life character

Akiva Orr: A working-class hero – Tikva Honig-Parnass

March 10, 2013

Obituary: my close personal and political connection with Akiva Orr and his family began in 1959 when Aki was still a member of Maki.

Israel: A Zionist State – Aki Orr

July 29, 2009

The Zionist movement and its State – ISRAEL, do not represent the Jewish people. They never did. They represent a particular trend within the Jewish people, namely – the nationalist trend.

Lettres à « Khamsin » — par Yoël Levy-Corcos, Akiva Orr

June 30, 1977

Oui, Khamsin c’est très bien, c’est nécessaire, c’est bien ficelé, dans son genre. Mais, voilà, c’est une revue trop topique : elle correspond trop exactement, dans la production journalistique ou périodique française, à une place précise.

The Class Character of Israeli Society

February 10, 1972

The Nature of Israel: The Class Character of Israeli Society. From “The Other Israel (1972): The Radical Case Against Zionism”

Zionism and Universal Ethics

February 10, 1972

A Critique of Zionist Ideology: Zionism and Universal Ethics. From “The Other Israel (1972): The Radical Case Against Zionism”

Zionism and Anti-Semitism

February 10, 1972

A Critique of Zionist Ideology: Zionism and Anti-Semitism. From “The Other Israel (1972): The Radical Case Against Zionism”

The Zionist Left and the Palestinian Resistance

February 10, 1972

A Critique of Zionist Ideology: The Zionist Left and the Palestinian Resistance. From “The Other Israel (1972): The Radical Case Against Zionism”

Zionism and the Palestinians ‒ Akiva Orr

May 20, 1969

When Zionists talk of “the threat of annihilation”, they do not mean “physical extermination” but mainly the denial of special rights to Jews in Palestine. Zionists will only accept the principle of “one person ‒ one vote” as long as Jews are in the majority.