Paris: Louis Marton, 1973-1976. Twenty-one issues of the monthly, slightly under 10x13 inches, average length 10 pages; generally very good but several issues have extensive pen underlining. Issues present are 22, 23, 25-29, 31/32-44/45, 48-51.
Non-doctrinaire, pro-coexistence journal, taking stands against Israeli expansionism and occupation and equally against Palestinian violence. The editor was Maxim Ghilan, head of the International Jewish Peace Union, which was the first non-communist Jewish organization to recognize the PLO. Includes much in the way of informative interviews and research, a welcome break from the formulaic "analysis" often found in publications backing either side of the conflict.