152 Palestinian-Israeli contact
In 1988 the activist Latif Dori was tried in Israel for meeting with a delegation from the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1986. Together with other Israeli activists of Oriental descent, he had spoken about peace, despite a recent law that made meetings with the PLO a punishable offence. The Committee to Save the Peace Dialogue opposed this law. Dori and three others were sentenced to fines and terms of imprisonment.