The Palestinian People in the Occupied Territories and Israel : The Political and Social Background of the Intifada

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Abstract: 

This is a collection of thirteen research papers addressing various aspects of the conditions under which Palestinians live in the territories occupied in 1948 and 1967 of mandtory Palestine. The papers extensively analyze the Palestinians’ political, economic, social, educational, and demographic circumstances, their means of political expression, and Israeli methods of imposing control over them and judicial policies towards them. In the context of this analytical survey, the study leads the reader to the deep roots of the Intifada. It also describes the relationship between the Palestinians on the “inside” and those on the “outside”, within a framework of a future which brings together those living under occupation with those who live in exile awaiting the return to their country.

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First

About the Author(s)

Editor:Camille Mansour

Camille MANSOUR is professor of international relations at the Universities of Paris and the Sorbonne, and founder and Dean of the Faculty of Law and Public Administration, Birzeit University in the West Bank. He is a member of the Executive Committee and also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Palestine Studies.

Translated by:Naseer Mroueh

PRODUCT DETAILS

Publisher(s):
Institute for Palestine Studies
Edition:
First
Publication Date:
1990
Language: Arabic
(Translated from French)
(Also published in French)
Number of Pages:
417
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