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NCJ Number: 63557 Find in a Library
Title: PALESTINE - THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT
Corporate Author: Ramparts Press Inc
United States of America
Editor(s): R STETLER
Date Published: 1972
Page Count: 297
Sponsoring Agency: Ramparts Press Inc
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Format: Book (Softbound)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: READINGS ON PALESTINE AND THE ARAB ISRAELI CONFLICT EXPLORE THE HISTORY, MOTIVATIONS, AND INTERNAL CONFLICTS OF THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE STRUGGLE.
Abstract: READINGS CONCERNING PALESTINE AND THE ARAB ISRAELI CONFLICT WITH THEIR BASIS IN RESEARCH, DOCUMENTS, AND INTERVIEWS, EXAMINE THE SETTING OF THE CONFLICT, THE PALESTINE RESISTANCE MOVEMENT, AND THE PALESTINE VIEWPOINTS ON THE BLACK SEPTEMBER GROUP. THE READINGS BEGIN WITH AN OVERVIEW OF THE MIDDLE EAST AS OF JUNE 1967 AND THE EMERGENCE OF A MILITARIST JEWISH STATE. THREE ISRAELI MARXISTS ANALYZE THE PROSPECTS FOR CHANGE FROM WITHIN AND ISRAEL'S RELATIONSHIP WITH ITS ARAB NEIGHBORS. THE FATEH COMMANDO CAMPS, POLITICAL EDUCATION ACCORDING TO CONTEMPORARY THEORIES OF GUERRILLA WARFARE, AND MEDICAL PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED FOR THE REFUGEES ARE DESCRIBED. DOCUMENTS AND INTERVIEWS DIFFERENTIATE STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF THE THREE LEADING GUERRILLA ORGANIZATIONS. AN ACCOUNT OF THE 1970 CIVIL WAR IN JORDAN AND THE ACTIVITIES OF THE BLACK SEPTEMBER GROUP CONCLUDE THE READINGS. MAPS AND PHOTOGRAPHS ARE INCLUDED. (RFC)
Index Term(s): Arab terrorist groups; Israel; Middle East; Terrorism causes; Terrorist ideologies; Urban guerrilla warfare
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