Arab-israeli Conflict (Witness to History)

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  • English
Heinemann Library
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ISBN 100431170622
ISBN 139780431170626

Schulze's book is not an in depth look at the problems in the Arab-Israeli issue, but is a good introduction to how the problems grew quickly starting in the late 19th century. The main points of conflict discussed briefly with various documents also being included in the back of the text to help you get a better idea of some of the treaties Cited by: In this book, significant events that helped shape the Arab-Israeli conflict are explored, including: the Balfour Declaration; the Suez-Sinai War; the Palestinian intifada; and the Israel-Lebanon War.

The information is supplemented by quotations, statistics and fact boxes. The book also. 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.

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Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict edited by Rachel S. Harris is the first book designed to meet this need. Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict brings together thirty-nine essays from experienced educators who reflect on the challenges of engaging students in college classrooms.

Divided into seven sections, these personal essays cover a broad. In this concise yet comprehensive survey, Kirsten E. Schulze analyzes the causes, course and consequences of the Arab–Israeli conflict, exploring the particular dynamics of this conflict and Arab-israeli Conflict book numerous attempts at its resolution.

Covering pivotal events ranging from the creation of the State of Israel to the first and second Lebanon Wars and the Arab Spring, the book traces the development.

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Chapter 2 investigates the changing attitudes in Israel’s education system towards teaching the Arab-Israeli conflict. Chapter 3 presents case studies of textbook coverage of various subjects and historical periods: Islam, the Ottoman Empire, the first and second Aliyah periods ( and ), the First World War agreements, the Cited by: page note 4.

The best study of the military dynamics of the conflict and possibly the best all round book on the conflict up to the Six Day War remains Nadav Safran's classic work which came out in From War to War: The Arab-Israeli Confrontation – Arab-israeli Conflict book Study of the Conflict from the Perspective of Coercion in the Context of Arab and Big Power Relations (New York: Pegasus).

The Arab Israeli Conflict is a reasonabl y concise survey book that world history teachers may assign their c ollege level students as a supplem entary reading. ThereAuthor: Emrah Sahin. Energy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict By Bahgat, Gawdat The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Vol.

32, No. 3, Fall PR PEER-REVIEWED PERIODICAL Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is a New York Times Best Seller book written by Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States (–) and laureate of the Nobel Peace was published by Simon & Schuster in November During his presidency, Carter hosted talks between Menachem Begin of Israel and Anwar Sadat of Egypt that led to the Egypt–Israel Peace Treaty.

The Arab-Israeli conflict remains one of the most contentious in modern history, one with repercussions that reach far beyond the Middle East. This volume describes and explains the most important countries, people, events, and organizations that play or have played a part in the conflict.

Chronological coverage begins with the Israeli War of Independence in and extends to the. The modern roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict date back to the nineteenth century, following the first waves of Jewish immigration to the land of Palestine, an area which at the time was part of Author: Asaf Siniver.

His book is an extended essay on the conflict from the s onwards. It does not offer a conventional chronological account so the reader needs to be familiar with the story.

But his interpretations are perceptive and interesting— from his judgement of the inevitability of the Arab-Zionist confrontation to fascinating details about the gap. Covering pivotal events ranging from the creation of the State of Israel to the first and second Lebanon Wars and the Arab Spring, the book traces the development of the conflict from its intellectual roots in the nineteenth century to the present by:   Jerusalem Post Arab Israeli Conflict.

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But all. 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. ‎In this concise yet comprehensive survey, Kirsten E.

Schulze analyzes the causes, course and consequences of the Arab–Israeli conflict, exploring the particular dynamics of this conflict and the numerous attempts at its resolution.

Covering pivotal events ranging from the creation of the State of Is. 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 book goes on to examine the creation of Israel and the collapse of Arab Palestine. It explains the consolidation of the conflict through the events of and analyses the crisis period of the and war.

The final chapter traces the various attempts to. Arab-Israeli conflict. Here are entered works on the political and military conflicts between Arabs and Israel, including the question of national rights in the area of the former mandate for Palestine beginning inand comprehensive works that include the earlier period.

The true source of the Arab-Israeli conflict is Satan’s fight against God. And he is using the Palestinians, Arab terrorist groups, and worldwide propaganda in his ongoing efforts to exterminate God’s people and delay his own doom. Satan is the great deceiver.

The Other Arab-Israeli Conflict illuminates the controversial course of America’s Middle East relations from the birth of Israel to the Reagan administration.

Skillfully separating actual policymaking from the myths that have come to surround it, Spiegel challenges the belief that American policy in the Middle East is primarily a relation to events in that region or is motivated by.

Two prominent Israeli liberals argue that for the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians to end with peace, Palestinians must come to terms with the fact that there will be no "right of return." Inseven hundred thousand Palestinians were forced out of their homes by the first Arab-Israeli War.

The Arabi-Israeli Conflict: How It All Began. The roots of the Arab-Israeli conflict lie in the – period. Such conflict was unavoidable. The Jewish people had a hereditary presence in Palestine going back more than three thousand years.

There had always been significant numbers of Jews there, especially in Jerusalem. Comprehensive and analytical, A History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict presents a balanced and impartial overview of this centuries-old struggle. The authors examine the issues and themes that have characterized and defined the conflict over the course of its history, bringing the coverage up to date with a twenty-first- century by: New York: Vintage Books, MOR Presents a detailed history of the Arab-Israeli conflict, from its roots in the s to the present-day struggle for peace.

Rosenthal, Donna. The Israelis: Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Land. New York: Free Press, ROS. eBook Psychological Warfare In The Arab Israeli Conflict Uploaded By Edgar Wallace, the first study to examine psychological warfare in the context of the arab israeli conflict this book presents a rational analysis of the arab and israeli struggles to gain the worlds sympathy and support tracing these struggles from the british mandate to.

In Mythologies Without End: The US, Israel, and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, (Oxford UP, ), Jerome Slater takes stock of the conflict from its origins to the present day and argues that US policies in the region are largely a product of mythologies that are often flatly wrong.

For example, the Israelis' treatment of Palestinians. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free.

Arab-Israeli conflict | Open Library. The Arab–Israeli conflict (Arabic: الصراع العربي الإسرائيلي ‎ Al-Sira'a Al'Arabi A'Israili; Hebrew: הסכסוך הישראלי-ערבי ‎ Ha'Sikhsukh Ha'Yisraeli-Aravi) refers to the political tension and military conflicts between a number of Arab countries and roots of the modern Arab–Israeli conflict are bound in the rise of Zionism and Arab.

The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the political tension, military conflicts and disputes between Arab countries and Israel, which escalated during the 20th century, but had mostly faded out in early 21st roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict have been attributed to the support by Arab League member countries for the Palestinians, a fellow League member, in the ongoing Israeli Location: Middle East.

The U.S and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Throughout most of the period sinceespecially since the s, the United States has provided nearly unconditional support of Israel.In late summera countrywide outbreak of Arab-Jewish-British violence transformed the political landscape of Palestine forever.

In contrast with those who point to the wars of andhistorian Hillel Cohen marks these bloody events as year zero of the Arab-Israeli conflict that persists today.