The Normative Limits to Acts of Appreciation: Street Names in Arab-Palestinian Local Authorities in Israel

This is an attempt to point at parameters by which we may draw assessments of right and wrong and especially of permission or prohibition upon choices of tribute made by minority local authorities. I.e., their formal expression of appreciation for personalities, symbols, dates which are resented by substantial parts of the majority community in Israel.
This effort at demarcation of the normative limits for minority tribute is more challenging where the controversial symbols are related to a conflict which is not of a distant past but of a raging present