6 edition of A Palestinian state? found in the catalog.
A Palestinian state?
|Statement||by Avi Plascov.|
|Series||Adelphi papers,, no. 163|
|LC Classifications||U162 .A3 no. 163, DS119.7 .A3 no. 163|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||81133747|
“This book is a courageous undertaking whose subject and timing cannot be ignored, especially given Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s rejection of the idea of a Palestinian state. Scroll down to see the books in this category. These collections of books have been assembled from many sources of recommended reading on Israel/Palestine, including: the United Church of Christ (UCC) and UCC PIN, Sabeel, Israel/Palestine Mission Network (IPMN) in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Jews for Justice for Palestinians (JFJFP) and others.
Palestine (Arabic: فلسطين Filasṭīn), recognized officially as the State of Palestine (Arabic: دولة فلسطين Dawlat Filasṭīn) by the United Nations and other entities, is a de jure sovereign state in Western Asia claiming the West Bank (bordering Israel and Jordan) and Gaza Strip (bordering Israel and Egypt) with Jerusalem as the designated capital, although its administrative center is currently located in t city: Gaza City. If you are interested in a factual book written by someone non partisan then look no further than this book here: This is what is written about this book in Amazon From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict over Palestine: Joan.
The Palestinian National Authority (PNA), the United States, the European Union, and the Arab League, envision the establishment of a State of Palestine to include all or part of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem, living in peace with Israel under a democratically elected and transparent government. The PLO is Born. The Six-Day War. The First Intifada and the Oslo Accords. The Second Intifada: Violence Continues. Hamas. Current State of Palestine. Sources: Palestine is .
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The most controversial proposal in What Is a Palestinian State Worth. has to be understood, I think, as Nusseibeh's attempt to change the terms of the Palestinian-Israeli discussion. At the beginning of the book, Nusseibeh suggests that the Palestinians give up their demands for sovereignty and instead agree to become second-class Israeli /5(7).
The future of the West Bank and Gaza remains the single most crucial issue in the search for peace in the Middle East. Examining the entire range of possible outcomes, Mark Heller of the Center for Strategic Studies, Tel-Aviv University, argues that an independent Palestinian state in those territories, even one dominated by the PLO, could, under certain stringent4/5(3).
Perhaps no one in this book considered the fact that those who crafted Oslo, such as Yossi Beilin do not even desire that an Israel exist as a Jewish state, that in fact they wish for the realization of `bi-nationalism' and in fact hope for a `greater palestine' so that there will be three Palestinian states: one in Jordan, one on the West Bank and Gaza and one in Israel under the name of a non-Jewish Israel.5/5(2).
He also discusses the economic prospects of a Palestinian state and the future of Jerusalem. His analysis is the boldest attempt yet to come to grips with the Palestinian question and the future of Israel.
No one interested in the pursuit of a peaceful settlement of the Israeli–Arab conflict can afford to ignore this : He also discusses the economic prospects of a Palestinian state and the future of Jerusalem. His analysis is the boldest attempt yet to come to grips with the Palestinian question and the future of Israel.
No one interested in the pursuit of a peaceful settlement of the Israeli–Arab conflict can afford to ignore this book. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the What Is a Palestinian State Worth.
by Sari Nusseibeh at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. A two-state solution is pretty much dead on arrival, so Nussiebeh brings up some very interesting possible ways to implement a one-state solution (as a means to a 2-state or even as an ends on its own), all backed by his philosophy that the value of a future Palestinian state is the material well-being it brings its citizens, rather than /5.
It is with this simple, but powerful idea, the idea of asking the basic questions anew, that the renowned Palestinian philosopher and activist Sari Nusseibeh begins his book.
What Is a Palestinian State Worth. poses questions about the history, meaning, future, and resolution of the Israel/Palestine conflict. Deeply informed by political. Building a Palestinian State is a book that deserves to be widely read." --Journal of Palestine Studies " a well-informed and tightly argued analysis of the evolution of politcal leadership in.
The existential threat of a Palestinian state Let me be clear. This is by far the best peace plan devised thus far. The writer is the international best-selling author of 33 books, including.
US promises a Palestinian State to Arabs in Iraq War plot. Extracted from an article written by Bill Koenig. It has been a watershed week in the Middle East positions of the United States and Israel. (Ed. – It is significant that this week marked the start of the Biblical Jewish Year.
A Palestinian state would do the following things: Reduce Israel’s strategic depth to within a dozen miles of the Mediterranean at one point. Squeezing Israel’s borders into such a narrow corridor close to the major cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa would be viewed as suicidal by any other modern country.
The book is a fictionalized account of the men, one Israeli, one Palestinian, whose daughters were killed near Jerusalem 10 years : Joumana Khatib. Get this from a library.
What is a Palestinian state worth?. [Sari Nusseibeh] -- This book poses questions about the history, meaning, future, and resolution of the Israel/Palestine conflict. Deeply informed by political philosophy and based on decades of personal involvement. A more disturbing statement of the one state solution can be seen in Tilley’s book: The One State Solution.
An entire long chapter is devoted to the impossibility of dismantling the settlements as the major obstacle to a Palestinian state. Building a Palestinian State is a book that deserves to be widely read.” —Journal of Palestine Studies “ a well-informed and tightly argued analysis of the evolution of politcal leadership in the West Bank and Gaza from the s to the spring of How and why Palestinian statelessness persists are the central questions of Seth Anziska’s groundbreaking book, which explores the complex legacy of the agreement brokered by.
Hello Fourteeners, Brothers and Sisters. We ARE living in the most exciting moment in ALL of human history. We're right at the doorstep, for those. Every year, children in Gaza and the West Bank are taught to hate Jews and Israelis, while Israeli schools promote coexistence.
A bizarrely biased, State Department-funded study won’t change that fact. For years, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has been accused of inciting violence by promoting the. I see. And your next book is a novel, Mornings in Jenin. This is the first English-language epic novel to comprehensively express the Palestinian tragedy.
Susan Abulhawa is a Palestinian-American and the novel starts shortly before the ethnic cleansing of /8 in a village near Haifa and it follows a family driven out of their village to a refugee camp in Jenin.
The Book of Deuteronomy, for example, details calamities which will harm the land or separate people from the land, A sovereign state, Jewish, Palestinian or otherwise, is a potential tool to realize the ultimate goal – the wellbeing of all people, including Jews and Palestinians.Book Description: An examination of how an independent Palestinian state, if created, can be made successful.
The authors describe options for strengthening governance, security, economic development, access to water, health and health care, and education, and estimate the financial resources needed for successful development over the first decade of independence.Two large refugee camps are located to the northwest and south of the city center.
The high building density of the refugee camps contrasts sharply with the more open city center and irrigated fields (green polygonal patches) of Jericho, and illustrates one of the physical consequences of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the region.