Les dimensions du problème palestinien, 1967

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Abstract: 

Brève étude sur la guerre de 1967. L'auteur expose l'injustice subie par les Arabes palestiniens depuis la déclaration de Balfour. Il montre comment le problème palestinien s'est aggravé avec le temps "qui n'a pas arrangé les erreurs, mais qui les a, au contraire, renforcées", et comment le conflit israélo-arabe a pris des dimensions internationales dangereuses depuis la guerre de 1967 d'autre part.

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About the Author(s)

Henry CATTAN (1906-1992) joined the Palestinian Bar Association in 1932 and lectured at the Jerusalem Law School until 1942. He gave evidence before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on the Palestine Question in 1946, and presented the Palestine Arab case at the second special session of the UNGA at Lake Success on behalf of the Arab Higher Committee. He was appointed by the Arab League for discussions with Count Bernadotte, the UN mediator on Palestine. He was forced into exile, and has published several books.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Publisher(s):
Institut des études palestiniennes
Edition:
1
Publication Date:
1968
Language: French
(Traduit de l'anglais)
Number of Pages:
15