Uri Davis

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Uriel "Uri" Davis ( , born 1943 in Jerusalem) is an academic and activist who works on civil rights in Israel, Palestinian National Authority and the Middle East. Davis has served as Vice-Chairman of the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights and as lecturer in Peace Studies at the University of Bradford. Davis, who converted to Islam in 2008, describes himself as "a Palestinian Hebrew national of Jewish origin, anti-Zionist, registered as Muslim and a citizen of an apartheid state - the State of Israel." A member of Fatah since 1984, he was elected to the Revolutionary Council for the Palestinian party in 2009.

Background and education

Born to Jewish parents in Jerusalem, Davis describes himself as a Palestinian Hebrew. He was educated in Kfar Shmaryahu. During the 1961-1963 period he did alternative civilian service on Kibbutz Erez. Subsequently he received a BA in Philosophy and Arabic from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1968), a Masters in Philosophy from the same institution (1970) and from The New School for Social Research, New York City a MA in Anthropology (1973) and a PhD in Anthropology (1976). Retrieved: 22 August...
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