This book tells the history of the Mizrahi Democratic Rainbow, presents the various struggles it has promoted and articulates its worldview and the moral dilemmas it faces. The book offers innovative and challenging reading material, regarding Mezrahizm that go far beyond the traditional discussion that imprisoned it in descriptive theoretical frameworks and in a series of simplistic associations.
The authors of the articles do not view Mezrahizm as a qualifying category that maintains a necessary connection with a country of origin; rather it is based on activity, the Rainbow's interrelationship, they formulate orientalism as a critical point of view of Israeli society and as a moral and political position that calls for radical change.
The collection of articles presents Israel with a moral and political challenge from the first order. This is a challenge that is presented as oriental worldviews, which aspire to create an exemplary society, taking into account the economic, cultural, political and even geopolitical aspects in which Israeli society lives and operates.