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solution to the Palestinian national question and the future of the Arabs in Israel
|Series||Working paper series / Israeli-Palestinian Peace Research Project -- no. 21, Working paper series (Israeli-Palestinian Peace Research Project) -- no. 21|
|Contributions||Israeli-Palestinian Peace Research Project, Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace., Jamʻīyat al-Dirāsāt al-ʻArabīyah (Jerusalem)|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .M2645 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
But the solution that was appropriate post-Holocaust - a sovereign homeland with recognized borders for Jews in Palestine, is also appropriate for Palestinian Arabs today: a state for Palestinians. The terror, intransigence and corruption of both the Palestinian Authority and Hamas are understood by all—including by Arab leaders. It has become clear that, in the current and near-term political configuration, no possibility of a satisfactory peace plan with Israel exists. The Palestinian Arabs won’t even come to the table.
The Jews have no claim to the land they call Israel. Palestine was always an Arab country. The Palestinians are descendants of the Canaanites. The Palestinians have aboriginal rights to Palestine. The Balfour Declaration did not give Jews a right to a homeland in Palestine. Arabs in Palestine suffered because of Jewish settlement. Zionism is. immigration of Jews to Palestine, and later Israel. Yishuv. Jewish community in Palestine which created many conflicts with the Arabs already living there. Kibbutz. a collective farm or settlement owned by its members in modern Israel, based upon equal sharing in both productions and consumption concerning the future government of Palestine".
Statement issued by the British government in supporting the establishment of a national homeland for Jews in Palestine. Holocaust. Jews proclaimed the independent state of Israel dyer Britain withdrew from Palestine. Arab states launched 1st war against Israel. Palestinian Arabs. Early History of the Region Before the Hebrews first migrated there around B.C., the land of Canaan was occupied by Canaanites. “Between and B.C., Canaanite civilization covered what is today Israel, the West Bank, Lebanon and much of Syria and Jordan Those who remained in the Jerusalem hills after the Romans expelled the Jews [in the second century A.D.] were a potpourri.
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In Octoberthe Madrid conference brought Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestinian representatives together for the first time since to talk about the region and its future. Palestinian" was used to refer to the nationalist concept of a Palestinian people by Palestinian Arabs in a limited way until World War I.
After the creation of the State of Israel, the exodus of and more so after the exodus ofthe term came to signify not only a place of origin but also the sense of a shared past and future in the – Gaza Strip: 1, (of whom 1, are registered refugees ()).
The atrocity of 9/11 was further used - especially when Palestinians and Arabs in general were reluctant to denounce it - as a pretext to obliterate the Palestinian struggle.
Israel found implicit. 9] AboutArabs were refugees from Israel and aboutJews were refuges from Arab countries – so why today are there still "Palestinian refugees" but no "Jewish refugees".
Israel has to insist on this point because some 15 of the 33 articles of the Palestinian National Charter speak about the elimination of Zionism. The Palestinians say that they have a right over Palestine, or at least part of it.
As noted earlier, Palestine and Eretz Israel are two terms for the exact same territory. The "One-State Solution." Some commentators advocate a one-state solution, in which Jews and Arabs would be joined in one state, with all inhabitants having the same citizenship – call it Israeli or Palestinian.
But such a "solution," as most observers know, is. Asaf Romirowsky, Fellow at the Middle East Forum, and coauthor with Alex Joffe of Religion, Politics, and the Origins of Palestine Refugee Relief. The Palestinian narrative sees Israel’s War of Independence as the Nakba – “the catastrophe.” More to the point, it is the original sin.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates have struck a historic deal to normalize relations—rewriting the political map of the Middle East.
This is. So, the Palestinian leaderships in Gaza and the West Bank, that refuse to put the interests of the Palestinian people ahead of their own narrow self-interest, are playing Israel.
The book follows a network of World War II veterans who executed an air-transport plan to deliver arms and air power into the newly formed state of Israel in the Arab-Israeli War of The claim that “Palestinians” are the indigenous people of Israel and that most of the present Palestinian Arabs have lived in these lands since time immemorial is a total fraud.
1 hour ago Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas gestures in a meeting with Palestinian leadership to discuss the United Arab Emirates' deal with Israel to normalize relations, in. The Arabs seem to be saying to the Palestinians: "We want to march forward; you can continue to march backward for as long as you wish." "We should not be ashamed to establish relations with Israel.".
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.
The truth is from the beginning of World War I, part of Palestine’s land was owned by absentee landlords who lived in Cairo, Damascus and Beirut. About 80 percent of the Palestinian Arabs were debt-ridden peasants, semi-nomads and Bedouins.
Jews went out of their way to avoid purchasing land in areas where Arabs might be displaced. To allay fear of the Israeli public, he even suggested a "non-militarized" Palestinian state. Never mind the questions: why should the future independent Palestine state be non-militarized when Israel has nuclear bombs in her possession, and have not more Palestinians died of.
For Israel and its allies — and for most of Israel’s former Arab enemies — the road to the future runs through neither Ramallah nor Gaza, but through Israel’s increasingly open engagement.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s agreement to establish diplomatic ties with the United Arab Emirates marks a watershed moment in its relations with Arab countries, but the Palestinians say it.
It is absolutely not the point to operate the slightest defense of the state of Israel — which would be merely absurd — but merely to replace the Israeli-Palestinian question in history, as the transformation of the enemy into absolute enemy sustains itself on myth and reproduces it.
Similarly, the point is to escape from two equally. It took a major ethnic cleansing during the war and a wave of Jewish immigration to reduce the Arab population of the 78% of the area of Palestine that became Israel to a minority by the number of Jews in Israel was 1, while onlyPalestinian Arabs escaped the ethnic cleansing.
Arabs trace their origins to the peninsula of Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the areas around the red sea. The Palestinians on the other hand trace their origins to the Areas representing the current state of Israel. Arab is considered a loose term used. Not until During the Mandate, any Arab you called a “Palestinian” would have been insulted.
Here are a few examples of the Arab attitude towards the concept of Palestine from that time: “We consider ‘Palestine’ as part of Arab Syria, as it h."Palestine is Jordan and Jordan is Palestine; there is only one land, with one history and one and the same fate," Prince Hassan of the Jordanian National Assembly was quoted as saying on February.