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| death_place = Haifa, Israel1949 Israeli legislative election, 1951 Israeli legislative election>2, 1955 Israeli legislative election, 1959 Israeli legislative election>4, 1961 Israeli legislative election, 1965 Israeli legislative election>6, 1969 Israeli legislative election, 1973 Israeli legislative election>8, 1977 Israeli legislative election, 1981 Israeli legislative election>10, 1984 Israeli legislative election, 1988 Israeli legislative election>12}}Maki (historical political party)>Maki| partyyears1 = 1949–1965Maki (current political party)>Rakah| partyyears2 = 1965–1977| party3 = Hadash| partyyears3 = 1977–1990}}Tawfik Toubi (, {{ltr}}, 11 May 1922 – 12 March 2011) was an Israeli Arab communist politician. He was the last surviving member of the first Knesset. Tawfik Toubi was married to Olga and one of his sons, Elias Toubi, studied medicine in Leningradweblink{{dead link|date=December 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}

Biography

Toubi was born in Haifa to an Arab Orthodox family in 1922,WEB,weblink Knesset Members - Tawfik Toubi, 26 September 2012, and was educated at the Mount Zion School in Jerusalem. He joined the Palestine Communist Party in 1941 and later was one of the founders of the League for National Liberation, which originally opposed partition of Palestine but later came to accept it, after the Soviet Union indicated that it would support partition. He was elected to the Knesset in Israel's first elections in 1949 as a member of Maki. He was re-elected in 1951, 1955, 1959 and 1961. In 1965 he was involved in a breakaway from Maki to form Rakah, and was voted back into the Knesset on the new party's list later in the same year. In 1976, he was elected deputy secretary general of the new Hadash party, an alliance of Rakah and several other smaller left-wing and Israeli Arab parties. He served as Hadash's secretary-general from 1989 to 1993,NEWS, Last member of Israel's first Knesset dies at 89,weblink 3 January 2015, Ha'aretz, 13 March 2011, and was elected to the Knesset on Hadash's list in 1977, 1981, 1984 and 1988, before resigning from the Knesset in July 1990 and being replaced by Tamar Gozansky. Toubi was also publisher and editor of Arab language Communist paper Al Ittihad.WEB, Daves, Bryan, Tawfiq Tubi: Information and Much More from Answers.com, Answers.com, 2008-01-05,weblink He retired from the Knesset in 1990, after a 41-year tenure, and died on 12 March 2011, at age 88.Obituary of Tawfik Toubi The Independent, 2011-03-29

Legacy

Toubi is remembered as one of the two MKs (the other being Meir Vilner) who exposed the Kafr Qasim massacre, and is seen by the Israeli left as a fighter against racism.NEWS, Gozansky, Tamar, From massacre to Lieberman, Ynet, 2008-01-05, 2006-10-30,weblink He is regarded as father of the 'state of all its citizens' formula, which he brought up when the Knesset debated the Basic Law in 1985. It now appears in the Meretz platform, and is supported by the left, the post-Zionists and all the Arab MKs.NEWS
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, The battle for a 'state of all its citizens'
, Haaretz
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, He is seen less favorably by the Israeli right, although he is remembered as more of a respected adversary than a militant anti-Zionist (such as Azmi Bishara).NEWS
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, The rise of 'Bish-Arabism'
, Jerusalem Post
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, {{Dead link|date=June 2018 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=no }}In 1949, Israeli poet Nathan Alterman wrote:Who is Tawfik Tubi? A Knesset member,a Communist, an Arab who sitsin that House by full right...That's democracy, not always easy,but if we don't understand this part,we haven't gotten anything at all.WEB, The Head Heeb: The Arab Representatives: First Knesset, 2008-01-05,weblink Toubi raised the issue of the right of return for Palestinian refugees on at least two occasions in the Knesset. After the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, he demanded that the inhabitants of al-Birwa be allowed to return to their homes, a request refused by David Ben-Gurion.Kacowicz and Lutomski, 2007, p. 139. After the 1967 war, he requested from Moshe Dayan that the inhabitants of Yalo be allowed to return to their homes, but it too was denied.Karmi, 1999, p. 87.In 2012, the discourses and articles of Tawfik Toubi were published in Israel by his wife Olga and his son Elias. Tawfik Toubi is accepted, honored and rewarded by the Israeli establishmentweblink

References

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Bibliography

  • BOOK, Ghada Karmi, Ghada, Karmi, 1999, The Palestinian Exodus, 1948–1998, University of London, Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law. Garnet & Ithaca Press, 0-86372-244-X,
  • BOOK, Population Resettlement in International Conflicts: A Comparative Study, Arie Marcelo, Kacowicz, Pawel, Lutomski, Lexington Books, 2007, 9780739116074,

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, Tawfiq Touby on The Kafr Qasem Massacre of 1956
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