Palestinians Between Israel and Jordan

Palestinians Between Israel and Jordan
Author : Raphael Israeli
Publisher : Praeger Pub Text
Total Pages : 206
Release : 1991
ISBN 10 : UOM:39015019472755
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Palestinians Between Israel and Jordan Book Description:

Israeli's careful work studies a selection of failed solutions to the Palestinian problem and then proposes a novel solution. The Palestinian identity is triangulated between Israel, the Territories (Gaza and the West Bank), and Jordan. To "square the triangle" a durable peace must be reached and maintained throughout the region. Israeli suggests viewing all of the Palestinian peoples as one unit, and all of Palestine as a single unit. By dividing the land into the state of Palestine (East) and Israel (West), the contradictory needs of all parties in the conflict can be met. The book provides a workable scenario for Palestinian self-determination and statehood.


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