4 edition of Behind the Palestinian uprising found in the catalog.
Behind the Palestinian uprising
Essma Ben Hamida
by Third World Network, International Foundation for Development Alternatives in Penang, Malaysia, Nyon, Switzerland
Written in English
|Statement||Essma Ben Hamida.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2000/00272 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||99918453|
Behind the myths about Hamas. For books on Hamas, HAMAS WAS founded in in the context of the first Palestinian uprising, or Intifada. Organizationally, it . Foreign Military Aid To The Palestinian Authority; Critique of Human Rights Groups; How to Communicate to Media and Policy Makers; Israelis Evicted From Their Homes, Summer ; Podcasts; The Israeli Arab Community; UNRWA; UNRWA. The UNRWA Reform Initiative.
Reclaiming Palestine: How Israeli Media Misread the Intifada by Ramzy Baroud Posted on Decem December 2, Israeli commentators, Yaron Friedman, of "Ynet News" and Haviv Rettig Gur, of the "Times of Israel" are clueless about the driving force behind the Palestinian mobilization and collective struggle. Such bombings, a hallmark of the Palestinian uprising, have been rare in recent years. Authorities blamed the attack on the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
IT is one of the abiding images of the new Palestinian uprising; a boy, his thin body clenched in terror, huddled behind his father's arm as bullets stitch the wall behind. Bassem said he opened the door for the soldiers, who pushed him aside and trooped into the house. Hamas calls for new Palestinian uprising. .
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The book begins and ends with an explanation of how a quarter of a century of secret contacts led to an explosion of frustration in the occupied territories, resulting in the Palestinian by: 7.
In this thoroughly researched and highly topical book, David McDowall considers the Palestinian uprising from a historical, social, and political perspective, and carefully reassesses the prospects for a settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict.4/5(3).
In this book, two Israeli journalists examine the anticolonial uprising by Palestinians against the Israeli occupation that erupted in December as part of their general description of the anxiety and anger of the Palestinian by: In this thoroughly researched and highly topical book, David McDowall considers the Palestinian uprising from a historical, social, and political perspective, and carefully reassesses the prospects.
mental grievances behind the uprising, which in their judgment could be addressed only through a political solution, not by military force. Some field officers and members of the General Staff even adopted an Arabic term, intifadeh (uprising), used by the Palestinians themselves.
Your first Behind the Palestinian uprising book, Edward Said’s After the Last Sky, is all about exile. It’s one of my favourite books by the author. I even prefer it to his memoir, Out of working as a consultant at the U.N. International Conference on the Question of Palestine, Said suggested they hang photographs of Palestinians, taken by the leading Swiss photographer, Jean Mohr, in the entrance hall at.
Updated See also the list of current history, The Palestinian Story Today Futher online resources. Britain in Palestine: > The Balfour Project: WF [Wasif Fahmi] Abboushi The Unmaking of Palestine (Cambridge: Middle East & North African Studies Press/MENAS, ) The Angry Arabs (Philadelphia: Westminster.
“Intifada: The Palestinian Uprising Against Israeli Occupation,” ed. Lockman and Beinin. World opinion on the legality of Israeli control of the West Bank and Gaza. “Under the UN Charter there can lawfully be no territorial gains from war, even by a state acting in self-defense.
uprising of the youth, about the bravery of Palestinian men and women, about the firm determination and willpower of the oppressed and angry Palestinians – and they are constantly blaming different people for the uprising. The Palestinian uprising was not caused by the Islamic Republic.
The Palestinian uprising was not caused by theFile Size: KB. Behind the Uprising: Israelis, Jordanians, and Palestinians. 5 (1 rating by Goodreads) Hardback.
Contributions in Sociology, English. By (author) Yossi Melman, By (author) Dan Raviv. Share. In Januarytwo working journalists were flying aboard the official jet of Israel's Prime Minister Shimon Peres, as he toured Europe and reactivated his secret diplomacy with Jordan's King Hussein.5/5(1).
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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 they are entitled to the land they call Palestine.
The uprising’s negative impact was exemplified when a senior Palestinian official contacted different governments to complain about Israeli “massacres” in Gaza and was shocked to discover the Palestinians’ usual allies sympathized with Israel’s motives for mounting an operation, which began after two infants were killed by Kassam.
Behind the Uprising: Israelis, Jordanians, and Palestinians Yossi Melman, Author, Dan Raviv, Author Greenwood Press $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Perceptions can still be polarized about Israel’s war of independence and the Palestinian nakba (catastrophe) ofthe war, and the character of the occupation that persists 50 years later.
Well-known books, especially by Israel’s “new” historians, have made a big impact on knowledge of the formative pre-state period. The book was published at the height of the first intifada, a Palestinian uprising in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip led by young people throwing stones at Israeli troops.
The Palestinian Uprising - Resistance • Misc. introductory articles • Roots of Violence, Israel's Policy and Solution • Ariel Sharon - a typical Jewish leader • Palestinian "Terrorism": A Response to Dispossession Implicit in Zionist Ideology • U.S. Policy and the Uprising •.
Ramzy Baroud is a journalist, author and editor of Palestine Chronicle. His latest book is The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story (Pluto Press, London, ). He earned a Ph.D. in Palestine. The book before us, by contrast, has been written by the Intifada, as it were, written during the events of the uprising it recounts, written from within the uprising.
It is of particular interest to us as it reflects the understanding of the Intifada held by progressive Palestinian forces who. Forget about the uprising; except for a superficial first chapter, Melman and Raviv hardly touch on the Palestinian intifada.
The title is but a crude marketing ploy by the publisher to exploit interest in the hot issue of the moment. An honest title. Hitchhiking slightly uneasily on the intifada bandwagon is Yossi Melman and Dan Raviv’s “Behind the Uprising: Israelis, Jordanians and Palestinians,” which reads as though it was hastily recast and Author: Helena Cobban.Behind the Uprising thus offers more than the usual chronicle of already-known facts: it goes behind the scenes to examine power structures and relationships which have received relatively little public attention, it examines the works and methodology of leaders of both countries, and it surveys the foundations of agreements which were condcted in secret by both countries.Combining the historian's depth of knowledge and perspective with vivid reportage that only first-hand experience of an event can bring, The Palestinian Uprising provides a compelling account of the Intifada's first two years.
While in the Middle East, the author conducted extensive interviews with Palestinian journalists, academics, lawyers, teachers, physicians, former4/5.