4 edition of Justice andthe Intifada found in the catalog.
Justice andthe Intifada
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kathy Bergen, David Neuhaus, and Ghassan Rubeiz.|
|Contributions||Bergen, Kathy., Neuhaus, David., Rubeiz, Ghassan.|
|The Physical Object|
Co-founder of The Electronic Intifada and author of The Battle for Justice in Palestine, now out from Haymarket Books. Also wrote One Country: A Bold-Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse. The intifadas were two Palestinian uprisings against Israel, the first in the late s and the second in the early s. The first intifada was a largely spontaneous series of Palestinian Author: Zack Beauchamp.
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The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronicle of a People's Struggle is Ramzy Baroud's comprehensive account of the momentous events of the last five years which shaped the political landscape not only of Palestine and Israel but of the entire Middle East by: 8.
Beginning inafter the mainstream peace movement collapsed, Maia Hallward spent most of a year observing the work of seven such groups on both sides of the conflict. She returned in to examine the progress they had made in working for a just and lasting by: 5.
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This collection of critical essays includes eyewitness accounts from the West Bank and Gaza, discussions of Palenstinian society and politics, and analyses of the role of the United States in the Middle East and Palestine.
Intifada (Ĭntēfă´dĕ) [Arab.,=uprising, shaking off], the Palestinian uprising during the late s and early 90s in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, areas that had been occupied by Israel since A vehicular accident that killed four Palestinians in the Gaza Strip in Dec.,sparked immediate local protests that rapidly spread to the West Bank.
A sinewy woman with jet-black hair and cobalt-blue eyes, she came to Israel infrom Argentina, when she was eight years old. Ten years later, she served in the Army in Gaza during the first intifada, so she had no doubt that what she heard were gunshots.
This book is a project of the Middle East Research and Information Project, better known as MERIP. At its inception inMERIP sought to put the question of US policy in the Middle East and support for popular struggles there on the agenda of the broad movement opposing the US war in Indochina. The First Intifada, or First Palestinian Intifada (also known simply as the intifada or intifadah), was a sustained series of Palestinian protests, and in some cases violent riots, against the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.
The intifada lasted from December until the Madrid Conference inthough some date its conclusion towith the signing of the Oslo Location: West Bank, Gaza Strip, Israel. Faith and the Intifada All together, nineteen Palestinians and seven persons of various nationalities explore the Palestinian social and historical reality.
They chronicle the growing self- awareness of Palestinian Christians of their unique spiritual identity. They recover the biblical grounds for using power and seeking justice. In The Battle for Justice in Palestine it is the voice of Ali Abunimah, fierce, wise - a warrior for justice and peace - someone whose large heart, one senses, beyond his calm, is constantly on fire.
A pragmatist but also a poet. This is the book to read to understand the present bizarre and ongoing complexity of the Palestine/Israel tragedy/5(65). On December 8,a fatal traffic accident took place in the Gaza Strip.
An Israeli truck hit a car carrying Palestinian laborers. Many similar accidents had occurred in the past, but this one was different.
It triggered protests and demonstrations against the Israeli army which has been occupying the Gaza Strip and the West Bank since June International Law and the al-Aqsa Intifada Richard Falk In: (Winter ) Though the Israeli government and the US media persist in describing the second Palestinian intifada as a security crisis or a disruption to the “peace process,” in international law, Palestinian resistance to occupation is a legally protected right.
The Intifada demonstrated to the world the legitimate national sentiments of the Palestinian people. It paved the way for future negations between Israel and the PLO culminating in the Oslo Accords.
***This is an entry in Ma’an’s Factbook, a series of reference pages on Palestine’s history, politics and current affairs. The Second Intifada, also known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada (Arabic: انتفاضة الأقصى Intifāḍat al-ʾAqṣā; Hebrew: אינתיפאדת אל-אקצה Intifādat El-Aqtzah), was a period of intensified Israeli–Palestinian violence, which Palestinians describe as an uprising against on: Palestinian Authority, Israel.
The first intifadah began in December and ended in September with the signing of the first Oslo Accords, which provided a framework for peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. The second intifadah, sometimes called the.
Recommended Books. Also, check out an older list Shackled Dreams: A Palestinian’s Struggle for Truth, Justice, and the American Way by C. Peter Erlinder Buy it. The Truth About Camp David: The Untold Story About the Collapse of the Middle East Peace Process by Clayton E.
Swisher Buy it. The New Intifada edited by Roane Carey Buy it. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The occupation and the intifada. The cause of the first intifada is most often attributed to the killing of four Palestinian civilians by an Israeli jeep at a checkpoint in the Gaza Strip, and then the subsequent killing of seventeen-year-old Hatem Abu Sisi by an Israeli officer who fired into a crowd of aggrieved and protesting Palestinians.
The Second Intifada Widespread Palestinian violence erupted on Friday, Septem in the Old City of Jerusalem and in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The grassroots protests and violence soon turned to a campaign of deadly terrorism targeting Israeli civilians on buses, restaurants and on city streets. A pro-Palestine children's book has outraged some Jewish groups by praising "intifada," an Arabic word that also refers to two violent uprisings against Israel that left thousands dead.
The French Intifada: The Long War Between France and Its Arabs, by Andrew Hussey, is an interesting book on France's historical relationship with Arab populations in North Africa (particularly in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia) and the parallels these relationships draw with modern race riots and terrorism which are present in modern France, Algeria, Morocco and 4/5.