compiled by Adi Grabiner. Oct 2013

  1. Dudik Shalit: Israeli citrus orchard owner
  2. Abu Kaod Mohamd: Palestinian orchard worker
  3. Haim Gouri: Israeli poet, writer and journalist. Gouri joined the Palmach, the strike force of the Hagana (the Jewish underground military organization) in 1941 and later served with the Israeli Defense Forces until his release from the military in 1949. From 1950-52, he studied Hebrew literature, philosophy and French culture at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. After a year at the Sorbonne, he returned to Israel in 1954, for many years working as a journalist as well as writing literary works. Gouri has published fourteen books of poetry and twelve short novels.
  4. 4. Ismail Abou Shahadeh: Palestinian orchard worker
  5. Sami Abu Shahadea: Palestinian activist and a PhD student at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on Jaffa as an Arab Cultural Centre during Mandate Palestine 1920-1948. Abu Shahadea is a leading member in the Balad Party and member of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality council representing Jaffa.
  6. Rona Sela: Israeli Curator, art-historian and lecturer at Tel Aviv University. She was the first to research the history of Israeli and Palestinian photography. Her work focuses on the visual history of the Israeli and Palestinian conflict and she examines how Zionist and Israeli photography, as one component in a huge mechanism, has been exploited and used for national objectives since the beginning of the 20th century.
  7. Elias Sanbar: Palestinian historian and author
  8. Amnon Raz-Karkotzkin: Israeli historian. Professor of Jewish history in the Department of Jewish History at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. His research focuses on the relationships between Judaism and Christianity, as well as on Zionist historical consciousness.
  9. Gideon Makoff: Israeli General-Secretary of Pardes Cooperation
  10. Tomer and Aviezer Chelouche: Israeli citrus exporting family
  11. Kamal Boullata: Palestinian artist and art historian. His works focus on the ideas of division in Palestinian identity and separation from homeland. He was born in Jerusalem in 1942. He studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Rome and at the Corcoran Gallery School of Art in Washington, D.C. His work has been exhibited in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. He lives and works in Menton in Southern France.
  12. Gideon Ofrat: Israeli curator and art historian
  13. David Tartakover: Israeli graphic designer, political activist, artist and curator. He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, and is a graduate of the London College of Printing. His studio is located in Tel Aviv and he specializes in various aspects of visual communications, with particular emphasis on culture and politics.
  14. Mustafa Kabha: Palestinian historian. Chair of the Department of History and Judaic Studies at the Open University, Israel. His research focuses on Middle Eastern history in the New Era, the history of the Palestinian National Movement, and the history of Arab mass communication.
  15. Muhamad Hasouna: Palestinian citrus exporting family
  16. Arnon Yitzhaki: Former marketing director, Citrus Marketing Board of Israel
  17. Yosef Nachmias: Former Zionist Militia Commander
  18. Roni Nakar: Economist of the citrus branch, Israeli Ministry of Agriculture
  19. Zvi Kenan: Former Chairman, Citrus Marketing Board of Israel

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