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Former Israeli intelligence chief Harkabi, Yehoshofat, in The Palestinian Covenant and its Meaning (London: Vallentine, Mitchell, ) denies that P.L.O. thinking has changed, although other writings by Harkabi indicate a more subtle understanding of Palestinian thinking; e.g. Get this from a library! The Palestinians: people, history, politics. [Michael Curtis; American Academic Association for Peace in the Middle East.;] -- This book looks at the three critical issues of the relations between Israel and the Arab states.
When Israel closed the Palestine file with its victory in the Arab regimes secretly shared the same hope as Zionism and all the major powers. It was that the Palestinians would accept their lot as the sacrificial victims on the altar of political expediency and that the Palestine file would remain closed for ever. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Halsted Press book." Consists of a selection of the author's articles, mostly translated from Hebrew, published
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 – A Study of the Conflict from the Perspective of Coercion in the Context of Arab and Big Power Relations (New York: Pegasus). "A Halsted Press book." Imprint covered by publisher's label which reads Transaction Books, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Consists of a selection of the author's articles, mostly translated from Hebrew, published Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Responsibility: Y. Harkabi.
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By all accounts this time marks a fateful aiming point in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Palestinians and Israel gives a wide-ranging and penetrating analysis of the motivation ind aims of the protagonists to the Middle East struggles, with special reference to the Palestinians.
The book consists of a series of chapters written over a period spanning the Six Day and Yom Kippur : $ Palestinians and Israel Hardcover – January 1, by Yehoshafat Harkabi (Author) › Visit Amazon's Yehoshafat Harkabi Page.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: HARKABI. Yehoshafat Harkabi's Arab Attitudes To Israel is the first book known to me in which the author discusses the curent Arab-Israeli conflict refering, among other issues, to the origins of Islam and the career of the Islamic Prophet by: On one hand I want to say that _Israel's Fateful Hour_ is a time piece of the late 's.
On the other hand the current peace between Israel and the Palestinians may fail. If so, we may again want to look at Harkabi's reasoning for granting the Palestinians "land for peace." Harkabi is well worth by: The determination of ordinary people to end regional and global conflicts is a powerful force for peace in today's world.
The Harkabi Palestinians book for Peace explores how average citizens on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are working for peace. New essays by noted scholars are juxtaposed with profiles of individual Israelis and Palestinians involved in peace activism.
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This chapter explores the impact of Palestinians on the War and vice versa, with a focus on the Palestinian national movement. Its main argument is that the descent into war was propelled not only by the conflict between Israel and Arab states but also by a multifaceted struggle among Palestinians and Arabs for control over mobilization for the Palestinian cause.
The year wasworld opinion was turning against Arab freedom fighters, one of their leaders, Yasser Arafat knew something somehow was needed to bring opinion to this side, so he and his comrade in arms, Abbas, went to the KGB to see what they do to help him, thus started off the creation of the Palestinian myth and the historical claims we are all so familiar with now.
[/22] Yehoshafat Harkabi's book has created quite a stir in the West. This is perhaps due more to who Harkabi is, than to what the book says. He is a sabra, a specialist in Arabic literature, fought in the War, a retired Israeli general, advisor on military intelligence for. Mr. Harkabi has written 17 books himself.
''For many years I had a monopoly on Arab-Israeli books in this country,'' he said. His longest work, ''Arab Attitudes,'' was published just prior to.
Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. JOURNAL OF PALESTINE STUDIES book: the leitmotif of the Arab attitude, according to Harkabi, is the liquida-tion of Israel.
Indeed, some variant of "the liquidation of the State of Israel" is one of the most oft-stated phrases appearing not only in the table of contents but also in the main text. Harkabi’s great strength as an analyst and even--since the first edition of this book appeared in Israel in the word has become appropriate--a prophet derive from his close familiarity with.
Censorship in the West Bank is the practice of controlling the content of what media within the West Bank were permitted Palestinian publications were vetted and numerous books were censored to remove any phrase or expression which was considered as "incitement" or fostering national feelings among the Palestinians.
Yehoshafat Harkabi. Timothy Benton – Origins of the Palestinian Narrative. Israel Behind the News. The year wasworld opinion was turning against Arab freedom fighters, one of their leaders, Yasser Arafat knew something somehow was needed to bring opinion to this side, so he and his comrade in arms, Abbas, went to the KGB to see what they do to help him, thus started off the creation of the Palestinian.
Harkabi’s latest book, in which he tries to distinguish what has changed in the ideological terms of the conflict recently from what has stayed the same, provides a chance to reexamine the old complaints against him and to decide to what extent one hopes that his ideas are also getting a hearing from the new Prime Minister, Menachem Begin.
Harkabi's reputation as a hawk was buttressed by later publications such as Arab Strategies and Israel's Response () and The Palestinian Covenant and its Meaning (). Profiles of Israelis and Palestinians Concerned with Peace (Martha Diase) Israeli and Palestinian Women’s Peace Movements (Roberta Micallef) Arab-Israeli Conflict at the Threshold of Negotiations (Yehoshafat Harkabi) The Future in the Present: Issues of Palestinian Statehood (Salim Tamari) IV.
Future PossibilitiesAuthor: Elizabeth Warnock Fernea. The Van Leer Institute, which published Dr. Harkabi's book in Hebrew (a translation is scheduled to be published in the United States this spring).
Israel- Jewish state and national homeland to Jews the world over. But a fifth of its population is Arab, a people who feel themselves to be an inseparable part of the Arab nation, most of which is still technically at war with the State of the summer of David Grossman set out on a journey into the world of Arab citizens of his country.
In a book published inMr. Harkabi wrote that while the Palestinians had come to accept an accommodation with Israel, there was no similar readiness in Israel.(Al-Katib, March ; quoted in Yehoshafat Harkabi, Palestinians and Israel [Keter Books, ], pp.
) “Once again, total Israeli withdrawal, if it were to take place, would be tantamount to showing that military strength is irrelevant to the outcome of the conflict.