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The Arab states and the Palestine conflict

by Barry M. Rubin

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Published by Syracuse University Press in Syracuse, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arab countries
    • Subjects:
    • Arab-Israeli conflict,
    • Arab countries -- Politics and government

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBarry Rubin.
      SeriesContemporary issues in the Middle East
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS119.7 .R75
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 298 p. ;
      Number of Pages298
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4260201M
      ISBN 100815622538, 0815601700
      LC Control Number81005829

      The Arab states and the Palestine conflict. [Barry M Rubin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. with. Dr. Michael R. Fischbach, Professor of History at Randolph-Macon College A light snack is served at p.m. Livestreamed talk begins promptly at p.m.; The Arab-Israeli conflict constituted a serious problem for the American Left in the s: pro-Palestinian activists hailed the Palestinian struggle against Israel as part of a fundamental restructuring of the global imperialist.

      Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive, balanced, and accessible narrative of a complex historical topic. The narrative is supported by more than 40 primary documents that highlight perspectives from all sides of the struggle.   Hundreds of books and thousands of articles have been devoted to the history and contemporary course of the Arab-Israeli conflict. More The confrontation within Palestine, the participation of Great Britain, the United States, and the United Nations, and the impact of these events on Jews and Palestinian Arabs have all been endlessly chronicled.

      and Palestine conflict confuse the Th e involvement of Arab states as which was a by-product of the disintegration of Palestinian Arab society. The book thoroughly investigates the role of.   The Israel-Palestine conflict remains one between two enemies who refuse to accept their fate to live as neighbours. • Enemies and Neighbours by Ian Black is published by Allen Lane (£25).


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The Arab states and the Palestine conflict by Barry M. Rubin Download PDF EPUB FB2

There has always been a tendency to fashion an ""Arab position"" on Israel and Palestine, but as Georgetown University's Rubin (Paved with Good Intentions: Iran and the American Experience) shows, no such unitary view has or probably will exist.

Rubin establishes at the outset the importance of Palestine for the Arab states: the doctrine of unification is a central one in the Islamic worldview. Hundreds of books and thousands of articles have been devoted to the history and contemporary course of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

The confrontation within Palestine, the participation of Great Britain, the United States, and the United Nations, and the impact of these events on Jews and Palestinian Arabs have all been endlessly chronicled.5/5(1).

Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive, balanced, and The Arab states and the Palestine conflict book introduction to the multi-faceted history of the Arab-Israeli ’s widely respected analysis examines how underlying issues, group motives, religious and cross-cultural clashes, diplomacy and imperialism, and encroaching modernity shaped this volatile region/5(31).

Book Description. During the British Mandate for Palestine (–), Arabs and Jews repeatedly used the law to gain leverage and influence international opinion, especially in three dramatic and largely forgotten trials involving two issues: the interplay between conflicting British promises to the Arabs and Jews during World War I, and the parties’ rights and claims to the Wailing Wall.

The book "From time Immemorial" by Joan Peters is a very insight evalation of the Middle East conflict. It descibes the differences between the Jewish and Arabic claim of ownership of what nowadays is called "Palestine" She has done much research of the history of the disputed real state what is now called by its historical name "Israel".Reviews: PATHWAYS TO PEACE – AMERICAN AND THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT – Edited by former US Ambassador to Egypt and Israel, Daniel C.

Kurtzer, with a Foreword by former Secretary of. The book, which also contains numerous references to supportive Israeli literature on the subject, is a valuable corrective, especially in these times when Tzipi Livni, as foreign minister, could. Anders Persson is a political scientist at Linnaeus University, Sweden, specializing in EU-Israel/Palestine relations.

His new book, EU Diplomacy and the Israeli-Arab Conflict, –, has. This chapter explores the impact of Palestinians on the War and vice versa, with a focus on the Palestinian national movement.

Its main argument is that the descent into war was propelled not only by the conflict between Israel and Arab states but also by a multifaceted struggle among Palestinians and Arabs for control over mobilization for the Palestinian cause.

The Palestine War has been by far the most important military encounter in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. This book examines the origins of the war and its progression through two distinct stages: the guerrilla warfare between the Arab and Jewish communities of Mandatory Palestine, and the conventional inter-state war between the State of Israel and the invading/5.

I have found several books on the Arab Israeli conflict helpful. Maybe these will help you get started: Ilan Pappe, “The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine.” Schlomo Sand, “The Invention of the Jewish People.” Marcus Amy Dockser, “Jerusalem ” Izzeldin Abueilaish, “I Shall Not Hate.” Jimmy Carter, “Palestine, Peace Not.

Palestine, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict A Primer By Joel Beinin and Lisa Hajjar T he conflict between Palestinian Arabs and Zionist (now Israeli) Jews is a modern phenomenon, dating to the end of the nineteenth century.

Although the two groups have different religions (Palestinians include Muslims, Christians and Druze). Shlomo Ben-Ami, Scars of War Wounds of Peace: The Israeli-Arab Tragedy.

Ben-Ami, a historian by training, served in the government of Ehud Barak, Israel’s Labour prime minister from His book is an extended essay on the conflict from the s onwards. The United States has long tried to negotiate a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but several factors, including deep divisions between and within the parties and declining U.S.

gious component to the conflict in the Middle East, the conflict was primarily between Israel and the Arab states for at least thirty years, hence the subtitle of this book. Today, however, the Arab-Israeli con-flict no longer exists.

Israel still has peace treaties with only two Arab. The gold standard of texts on the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive, balanced, and accessible narrative of a complex historical topic.

The narrative is supported by more than 40 primary documents that highlight perspectives from all. The Arab-Israeli conflict is a hotly contested issue both in the Middle East and the broader global community.1 The modern conflict is essentially a dispute over the area known up until as Palestine, which is considered holy to all three major monotheistic religions.2 The primary parties in the conflict are Israeli (formerly Zionist) Jews.

The war between Zionists and Palestinians, then between Israel and Arab states, left two unresolved issues. First, although the State of Israel received the recognition of most other states in the world, the surrounding Arab states refused to grant it : James L.

Gelvin. 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. From Our Journals | The youthful activists who made up the New Left during the s were largely in accord in their opposition to the Vietnam War and their support for the black freedom movement.

By contrast, they were deeply divided about how to approach the Arab-Israeli conflict. Some left-wing youth championed the Palestinian cause as another example of support for.

The Arab–Israeli conflict is the result of numerous factors. Reasons cited for the conflict therefore vary from participant to participant and observer to observer. A powerful example of this divide can be Palestinians and a March, poll 63% of the Israelis blamed the failure of the Oslo Peace Process on Palestinian violence, but only 5% of the Palestinians agreed.

54% of.Summary. The positions of several Arab states towards Israel have evolved greatly in the past 50 years. Four of these states in particular – Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and (to a lesser extent) Jordan – could be influential in shaping the course of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.Buy From Coexistence to Conquest: International Law and the Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, by Kattan, Victor (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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