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December 10, 2004 by MacMillan Reference Books .
Written in English
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The Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict covers the history of the conflict, going back to the birth of Zionism at the end of the 19th century.
The two-volume set covers five Arab-Israeli wars, and provides biographies of political personnel in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and the occupied territories.5/5(1).
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2, K-Z5/5(1). Containing cross-referenced definitions aimed at the non- specialist, this dictionaries entries provide biographical information on important figures, descriptions of pivotal events, explanations of relevant United Nations resolutions, and other materials related to the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the first Zionist Congress in to the construction of the so-called "wall of separation Pages: Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Item Preview remove-circle Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by Faure, Claude.
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Addeddate Pages: Through the story in this riveting novel, Israeli author David Grossman explores the strain of war on the families of deployed soldiers, centering on Ora, a divorced mother who is devastated by her son’s decision to voluntarily to return to military service.
My personal favorite is Neil Caplan's The Israel-Palestine Conflict: Contested Histories. He breaks the narrative down into a number of core issues and analyzes them in an impressively balanced manner.
He also discusses analogies and counterfactuals. As the crisis in Gaza deepens, Culture Whisper lines up history, context and passionate argument on both sides of the divide. Jerusalem. As the crisis in Gaza deepens, Culture Whisper lines up history, context and passionate argument on both sides of the divide with the ten best books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict—( Present): The ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians is both simple to understand, yet deeply complex.
At the heart of this conflict is a basic idea that both sides believe: The Israelis believe that they are entitled to the land now known as Israel, while the Palestinians believe that.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, primarily as a conflict over territory. After the Arab-Israeli war, the Holy Land was divided into three.
Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: culture, history and politics. [Claude Faure;] -- Covers the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict from the. Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: culture, history and politics. [Claude Faure;] -- Presents 1, alphabetized, cross-referenced articles on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, covering its history, causes, major figures, and other aspects, and includes time lines, a glossary, and a.
Inspired both by the vision of a democratic Jewish state and by the need for Palestinian political self-determination, the book addresses the long history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: What Everyone Needs to Know® offers an even-handed and judicious guide to the world's most intractable dispute. Writing in an engaging, jargon-free Q&A format, Dov Waxman provides clear and concise answers to common questions, from the most basic to the most contentious.
The profundity of their stories moved McCann, the National Book Award-winning Irish author of “Let the Great World Spin,” to turn them into a novel. He chose to call his book “Apeirgon” as it refers to a shape with an infinite number of sides, an apt metaphor for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
John W. Mulhall, CSP, America and the Founding of Israel: an Investigation of the Morality of America’s Role (Los Angeles: Deshon, ), 48; Mike Berry and Greg Philo, Israel and Palestine (Pluto Press, ) p.
1; Mazin Qumsiyeh, PhD, author of Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle, includes a number of population tables in this book.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Today Today, Israel’s legal borders are still defined by Article 80 of the UN Charter and span from the River Jordan to the Mediterranean Sea.
According to Arti “nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine”.
Table of contents for Dictionary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: culture, history and politics / by Claude Faure. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
discord of action, feeling, or effect; antagonism or opposition, as of interests or principles: a conflict of ideas. a striking together; collision. incompatibility or interference, as of one idea, desire, event, or activity with another: a conflict in the schedule. One of the primary obstacles to resolving the Israeli–Palestinian conflict is a deep-set and growing distrust between its participants.
Unilateral strategies and the rhetoric of hardline political factions, coupled with violence and incitements by civilians against one another, have fostered mutual embitterment and hostility and a loss of faith in the peace on: Middle East, Primarily in Israel, West.
The Israel-Palestine Conflict contains twelve of Jeremy R. Hammond’s best essays on the subject, plus a bonus interview about his newest book, Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
You’ll learn: Why the popular perception that the conflict is too complicated to resolve is false. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most enduring, and apparently intractable, in all of modern international politics.
In the face of nearly a hundred years of bitter controversy, both before and after the creation of the state of Israel, many observers have come to despair that a resolution can be found. As the other papers inFile Size: KB. No conflict in the world has lasted as long, generated as many news headlines, or incited as much controversy as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Yet, despite, or perhaps because of, the degree of international attention it receives, the conflict is still widely misunderstood. But deeper analysis suggests that the root cause of the conflict with Israel is less of an Arab-Israeli conflict, and more of a conflict with the ideology of political Islam.
It can be argued that, in general, the Bible does not support the idea of long-term Arab aggression against Israel - in fact God blesses the emergence of the Arab nations.
These are the sources and citations used to research Israeli-palestinian conflict. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Saturday, Octo Israeli/Palestinian Reciprocal Action, Quartet Support In-text: (Bureau of Public Affairs, (the definition of arab-israeli conflict, ) Your Bibliography.
“Apeirogon,” the latest novel from the National Book Award winner, delves into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of two grieving : Joumana Khatib. A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is a must for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses on the Middle East."" -- Emile Sahliyeh ""This timely study is the most comprehensive history to date of the century-old struggle between Zionists (and, later, Israelis) and Palestinians for historic Palestine.5/5(1).
How to Solve the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictAM as to how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict originated and what viable solutions exist. definition to the conflict. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the ongoing dispute between the Jewish and Arab populations in the former Ottoman Empire region of Palestine, consisting of the state of Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip.
ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT The Al-Aqsa intifada began in September as a response to the continuation – and indeed deep-ening – of the occupation, and in opposition to what many felt was a deeply flawed "peace process" initiated at Oslo—a process which did not lessen the hardships for ordinary people/.
The Israeli–Palestinian conflict is a war and dispute that is still going on between the State of Israel and the Palestinians (some of which are represented by the Palestinian Authority, Fatah, or Hamas).It is part of the wider Arab–Israeli dispute is over a specific area of land (what used to be the Mandatory Palestine area) that Palestinians and Israelis both phy: Borders, Cities, Districts, Lakes.
Books about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that Jared Kushner should have considered reading include "Like Dreamers" and "The Iron Cage."Author: Aiden Pink. A group of nations and international entities formed to mediate the peace process in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Established inthe group consists of the European Union, the United Nations, the United States, and Russia.
A conflict between the Israelis and the Arabs in the Middle East. The United Nations established Israel, a nation under control of Jews (see also Jews), in Palestine in the late s, in territory inhabited by Palestinian Arabs.
"As in any book about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, there is ample room for debate and controversy. And as in any book by Rashid Khalidi, there is history, erudition, politics and passion aplenty.
There is also his tenacious conviction that ‘there are now two peoples in Palestine, irrespective of how they came into being, and the conflict. Laurel Holliday, in her book Children of Israel/Palestine, writes that two "ethnically distinct peoples – both Palestinians and Israeli Jews – lay claim to the very same sand, stone, rivers, vegetation, seacoast, and mountains" and that the stories she presents show that "Israeli and Palestinian children grow up feeling that they are destined for conflict with their neighbors".
Novel perspectives on Israeli-Palestinian conflict Why We Wrote This In sorting through volatile cross-cultural relations, it helps to have familiarity with the dispute. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict escalated in when Israel invaded Lebanon to destroy the powerful military and political infrastructure the PLO had built in that shattered country.
The PLO was defeated and “exiled” from Lebanon, but Israel was internally torn asunder as a majority of Israelis came to view this war as unnecessary—its. The title of Professor Dov Waxman’s new book, The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: What Everyone Needs to Know, hides an important tension that gets explained in the course of reading this book, which addresses a most complex and confusing topic.
The conflict is not unitary. The make-up of the two sides has changed over time. Fromit was known as the "Arab-Israeli” conflict. A Brief History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict The Holy Land changed hands many times through history -- from the Canaanites to the Israelites, Babylonians, Romans, Crusaders, Arabs, Ottoman Turks, British, and so on.
But the modern phase of the conflict began in the late s, when a Viennese journalist named Theodore Herzl witnessed the. The history of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in This conflict came from the intercommunal violence in Mandatory Palestine between Israelis and Arabs from and erupted into full-scale hostilities in the –48 civil conflict continues to the present day on various levels.It is impossible, however, to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the current definition of ethics being used – ethics of obligations, rights, and claims.
Instead, a new ethics of fairness and forgiveness needs to be followed. Memory also needs to experience a shift from a focus on vengeance to a focus on remembering justly. Terms Defined.Mark Tessler's highly praised, comprehensive, and balanced history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the earliest times to the present—updated through the first years of the 21st century—provides a constructive framework for understanding recent developments and assessing the prospects for future peace.
Drawing upon a wide array of documents and on .