The Arab Israeli Dilemma

The Arab Israeli Dilemma

Traces the history of Palestine, discusses the formation of Israel, and describes the attitudes on each side of the Mideast conflict.

Author: Fred J. Khouri

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 0815623402

Category: History

Page: 628

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Traces the history of Palestine, discusses the formation of Israel, and describes the attitudes on each side of the Mideast conflict.
Categories: History

The Arab Israeli Dilemma

The Arab Israeli Dilemma

Fred John Khouri. 1 1 J i I I 1 The Arab-Israeli Dilemma FRED J. KHOURI Villanova University SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY.

Author: Fred John Khouri

Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y.] : Syracuse University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015002266719

Category: Arab-Israeli conflict

Page: 458

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Contains primary source material.
Categories: Arab-Israeli conflict

Fedayeen the Arab Israeli Dilemma

Fedayeen  the Arab Israeli Dilemma

Examines myths and realities concerning the rise and significance of Palestine liberation movements, noting the treatment they received from world news media. Bibliogs

Author: John Laffin

Publisher: New York : Free Press

ISBN: UOM:39015011349464

Category: History

Page: 171

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Examines myths and realities concerning the rise and significance of Palestine liberation movements, noting the treatment they received from world news media. Bibliogs
Categories: History

Writing the Arab Israeli Conflict

Writing the Arab Israeli Conflict

However , there are at least two additional places one might look for the historiography of the Arab - Israeli conflict in the 1950s . One is the Hebrew / English language literature of the intervening years between the 1967 war and the ...

Author: Jonathan B. Isacoff

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739112732

Category: Political Science

Page: 220

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Presents the nature of historical knowledge by examining the multiple histories of the Arab-Israeli conflict written by Israeli scholars. This book also undertakes an analysis of literature, drawn from historians and political scientists of the Vietnam War, demonstrating that historical revisionism is not unique to the study of the Middle East.
Categories: Political Science

The Arab Israeli Conflict Transformed

The Arab Israeli Conflict Transformed

Avi Kober, Military Decision in the Arab-Israeli War (Tel-Aviv: Maarchot/Israeli Defense Ministry Press, 1995), 198–199. 10. Ibid., 198–204. 11. See for instance, Malcolm Kerr,“Regional Arab Politics and the Conflict with Israel,” in ...

Author: Hemda Ben-Yehuda

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 9780791489192

Category: Political Science

Page: 308

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Makes the perhaps surprising argument that in the last quarter of the twentieth century the Arab-Israeli conflict has been winding down.
Categories: Political Science

The Arab Israeli Dilemma

The Arab Israeli Dilemma

Contains primary source material.

Author: Fred John Khouri

Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y.] : Syracuse University Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105119393291

Category: Arab-Israeli conflict

Page: 456

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Contains primary source material.
Categories: Arab-Israeli conflict

Palestine in the Arab Dilemma

Palestine in the Arab Dilemma

This book, first published in 1979, is part of that more general attempt to discover the deep-rooted causes of defeat and the general state of socio-economic underdevelopment of the Arab region.

Author: Walid W. Kazziha

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1138904279

Category: Arab countries

Page: 114

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For a long time the understanding of the Palestinian question has been dominated by the views offered by the Arab governments on the Israeli establishment. But any close examination of the policies of the Arab regimes would reveal that they have done very little to alleviate the plight of the Palestinians. Since the defeat of the Arab regime in June 1967, an increasing number of Arab scholars and intellectuals have been seriously and independently involved in reassessing the political and social conditions of their societies. This book, first published in 1979, is part of that more general attempt to discover the deep-rooted causes of defeat and the general state of socio-economic underdevelopment of the Arab region. The central theme of the four essays in this study pertains to the fluctuating relationship between the Arab regimes and the Palestinian Resistance Movement. It is within this context that the first essay examines the various factors which shaped the relationship at different intervals. The second then goes on to present a case study of how the contradictions between the Arab regimes and the Resistance Movement operate in a crisis situation and reach the level of an armed confrontation. The third essay examines the prospects for peace and war in the region in the light of the political conditions given before Sadat's visit to Israel. And finally the fourth essay is concerned with Sadat's peace initiative and its consequences on the relations between Egypt and the Palestinian Resistance Movement.
Categories: Arab countries

The Arab Israeli Conflict

The Arab Israeli Conflict

Once Palestinian tactics changed from riots to low - intensity conflict and targeting Israeli civilians , Israel's response changed . Israeli decision - makers had little choice but to opt for decisive action in order to limit Israeli ...

Author: Kirsten E. Schulze

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 0582771897

Category: History

Page: 216

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Author's acknowledgements p. xi Publisher's acknowledgements p. xii Chronology p. xiii Who's who p. xxi Glossary p. xxvi Maps p. xxxi Part 1 Background p. 1 1 The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict p. 3 Zionism and Arab Nationalism p. 3 The Impact of the First World War p. 5 British Policy and the Palestine Mandate p. 6 The Inter-war Period p. 7 The Impact of the Second World War p. 9 The British Withdrawal from Palestine p. 11 Part 2 Wars and Peace p. 13 2 The 1948 War p. 15 The First Arab-Israeli War p. 15 The Palestinian Refugee Problem p. 17 Peace Negotiations p. 19 3 The 1956 Suez-Sinai Campaign p. 22 The 1952 Egyptian Coup p. 22 Israeli-Egyptian Tensions p. 23 The Israeli Foreign and Defence Policy Debate p. 25 British-French-Israeli Collaboration p. 26 The Results of the War p. 30 4 The 1967 Six Day War p. 32 The Creation of the Palestine Liberation Organization p. 33 On the Brink of War p. 34 The Six Day War p. 36 The Aftermath of the War p. 37 5 The 1973 October War p. 39 The War of Attrition p. 39 The Palestinian Revival and Black September p. 40 Syro-Egyptian Plans for War p. 41 The 'Surprise' Attack p. 43 Consequences of the War p. 45 6 The Egyptian-Israeli Peace Process p. 47 Disengagement p. 47 The 1977 Likud Victory p. 49 The Camp David Accords p. 52 Implications of Peace p. 53 7 The 1982 Lebanon War p. 55 The Lebanese Civil War p. 55 Limited Israeli Intervention p. 56 Operation Peace for Galilee p. 57 The Failures of Operation Peace for Galilee p. 59 The 1983 May 17th Agreement p. 60 Repercussions of the Invasion p. 61 8 The Intifada p. 64 The PLO after 1982 p. 64 The Intifada p. 67 Israeli Reaction p. 69 The Creation of Hamas p. 72 Part 3 The Middle East Peace Process p. 75 9 From Madrid to the Second Intifada: Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations p. 77 The Madrid Conference and Framework for Peace p. 77 The Oslo Process, 1992-99 p. 78 Palestinian Institutions and Society, 1996-99 p. 80 The 2000 Camp David Summit p. 82 The Second Intifada p. 83 Israel's Response p. 85 Peace Initiatives, 2000-07 p. 88 Whither the Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations? p. 90 10 Israel, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, 1994-2007 p. 93 Peace with Jordan p. 93 Negotiations with Syria, 1994-95 p. 94 Lebanon First, 1996-99 p. 96 Israeli-Syrian Negotiations, 1999-2000 p. 97 The 2006 Lebanon War p. 99 Whither the Syrian-Israeli Negotiations? p. 101 Part 4 Assessment p. 105 11 Towards Conflict Resolution p. 107 Part 5 Documents p. 113 1 From the Hussein-McMahon Correspondence p. 114 2 The Balfour Declaration: 2 November 1917 p. 114 3 From the Sykes-Picot Agreement p. 115 4 From the Recommendations of the Peel Commission July 1937 p. 115 5 From the MacDonald White Paper: 17 May 1939 p. 116 6 Plan D: 10 March 1948 p. 117 7 From the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel: 14 May 1948 p. 122 8 From the Cabinet Discussions on the Czech Arms Deal: 4 October 1955 p. 122 9 The Sevres Protocol: 24 October 1956 p. 123 10 From the National Covenant of the Palestine Liberation Organization p. 124 11 UNSC Resolution 242: 22 November 1967 p. 126 12 From the Khartoum Summit: 1 September 1967 p. 127 13 UNSC Resolution 338: 22 October 1973 p. 128 14 From Sadat's Announcement to the Egyptian National Assembly: 9 November 1977 p. 128 15 From the Camp David Accords: 17 September 1978 p. 129 16 From the Reagan Fresh Start Initiative: 1 September 1982 p. 130 17 From the Fez Peace Plan: 9 September 1982 p. 131 18 From the Israel-Lebanon Agreement: 17 May 1983 p. 132 19 The Amman Agreement, or Hussein-Arafat Accord: 11 February 1985 p. 133 20 Jordan Relinquishes its Claim to the West Bank: 31 July 1988 p. 134 21 From the Hamas Charter: 18 August 1988 p. 134 22 Palestinian Declaration of Independence: 15 November 1988 p. 135 23 Madrid Conference Letter of Invitation: 18 October 1991 p. 137 24 From the Declaration of Principles: 9 September 1993 p. 138 25 A Performance-Based Roadmap to a Permanent Two-State Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict p. 139 26 Israeli-Jordanian Peace Agreement: 26 October 1994 p. 145 Further Reading p. 149 References p. 155 Index p. 167.
Categories: History

People and Politics in the Middle East The Arab Israeli Conflict Its Background and the Prognosis for Peace

People and Politics in the Middle East  The Arab Israeli Conflict Its Background and the Prognosis for Peace

Arab Refugees and the Arab - Israeli Dilemma FRED J. KHOURI The Palestine War of 1948 uprooted hundreds of thousands of Palestinian Arabs and created an embittered , restless refugee population living in crowded , wretched camps in the ...

Author: Michael Curtis

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 141283063X

Category: History

Page: 325

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Eighteen eminent, contemporary scholars on the Middle East clarify the historical background of the Arab-Israeli conflict, present careful analyses of the economic, social and demographic aspects of the area, and lay the foundation for a better understanding of the relevant political problems on which a peaceful settlement rests. "No. 1 in the series." "Contents: "Introduction - "(Michael Curtis). "PART ONE "- "ARABS AND JEWS IN THE MIDDLE EAST. Israel and Palestine: The Political Use of Ethics "(Ben Halpern). "Intergroup Relations in Israel "(Hugh M. Smythe and Sandra Weintraub). "Ethnic Relations in Israel "(Yochanan Peres). "The Palestine Arabs: A National Entity "(Don Perer: ). "Who Are the Palestinians? "(Marie Syrkin). "DISCUSSION. PART TWO -ECONOMIC, HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES. Economic Aspects of the Arab-Israeli Conflict "(Eliyahu Kanovsky). "The Ba'ath In Syria "(Sylvia G. Haim). ."Arab Refugees and the Arab-Israeli Dilemma "(Fred Khouri). "The Second Arab Awakening "(Jon Kimche). "Demography and Geography in Palestine "(Samuel Merlin). "DISCUSSION. PART THREE - POLITICAL DYNAMICS AND THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT. Political Systems of the Middle East: Opening Remarks "(Irving Louis Horowitz). "The Fiasco of Anglo-American Middle East Policy "(Amos Perlmutter). "The Middle East and the Great Powers "(F.H. Hinsley), "Ending the Arab-Israeli Conflict "(Yehoshafat Harkabi). "Clashing Horizons: Arabs and Revolution "(Abdul Aziz Said). "The New Left and Israel "(Shlomo Avineri). "Closing Horizons: Israelis and Nationalism "(Gil Carl Alroy). "DISCUSSION.
Categories: History

Decline of the Arab Israeli Conflict The

Decline of the Arab Israeli Conflict  The

89—92; Fred Khouri, The Arab-Israeli Dilemma (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1976), pp. 363—364; MER [969—1970. pp. 30—41. 20. Riyad, ibia'.,' Quandt, Decade, p. 91; al-Hawadith, January 2. 1970; alNahar, December 24, 1969. 21.

Author: Avraham Sela

Publisher: State University of New York Press

ISBN: 9781438419398

Category: Political Science

Page: 444

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Addresses the inter-Arab dimension of Middle East politics and its impact on the Palestinian conflict.
Categories: Political Science