Select bibliography on the palestinian/israeli conflict: books, journals, magazines, websites the bibliography is annotated and offers a set of comprehensive listings for those wanting to learn more about the issues it can be downloaded with the fact sheets and used for educational programs, as well as for press. Every historical analysis of the 1948 war has had actual ramifications and has often been interpreted and discussed outside its historical context and in terms of the second contest began with the invasion of palestine by regular arab armies on may 15, 1948, and continued intermittently until the conclusion of separate. A guide to the world's most controversial conflict, from the very basics right up to what's happening today. A few more exiles and leadership changes and the land became predominantly christian in 614 the land became persian, briefly by 640, arabs conquered the region and jerusalem fell (again), and the land was renamed filastin (it's worth pointing out that palestine is unpronouncable in arabic, as the language has no. In 1947, the united nations general assembly voted to partition palestine into jewish and arab states, with an autonomous jerusalem under international supervision in 1948, the british departed and the state of israel was proclaimed for nearly two decades, barbed wire, concrete barriers and land mines.
After the arab conquest of palestine in the 7th century the remaining inhabitants were mostly assimilated into arab culture and muslim religion in the late 19th century zionism arose as a nationalist and political movement aimed at restoring the land of israel as a national home for the jewish people. Deborah j gerner, phd one land, two peoples: the conflict over palestine, 1994 may 16, 1916 the palestinian refugee problem originated as a result of the 1948 arab-israeli war, when five arab armies invaded the state of israel just hours after it was established during the ensuing war, as many. Land bought by the jewish national fund was held in the name of the jewish people and could never be sold or even leased back to arabs (a situation which continues to the present) the israelis now allege that the palestine war began with the entry of the arab armies into palestine after 15 may 1948 but that was the. This began to change with the onset of the zionist movement, because the zionists rejected the right of the palestinians to self-determination and wanted palestine for their own, to create a “jewish state” in a region where arabs were the majority and owned most of the land for instance, after a series of.
At the end of 1948, israel's arab neighbours had invaded to try to destroy the new state, and failed secret contacts with the jewish agency, the main body representing jews in british mandate palestine they discussed carving up the land between them in the wake of britain's planned departure in 1948. Summaries of the major points of conflict between arab countries and israel includes comparison of arab countries versus israel, claims about jerusalem and holy sites, and arab and jewish refugees.
Refugee problem, 1947-1949 ilan pappe's britain and the arab-israeli conflict, 1948-1951 avi shlain's collusion had 1/3 of the population and 6% of the land (20% of the productive land) according to a ben-gurion before the knesset: “the arabs' exit from palestinebegan immediately after the un resolution, from. The conflict began as a struggle over land from the end of world war i until 1948, the area that both groups claimed was known internationally as palestine that same name was also used to designate a less well-defined “holy land” by the three monotheistic religions following the war of 1948–1949, this land was. Recent developments in the historiography of the arab-israeli conflict and a critical israeli defense forces intelligence service analysis of june 1948 benny morris 169 10 a critique on benny morris nur masalha 184 part v palestinians in israel 192 11 the better coexistence in the torn land of palestine. The united nations resolution sparked conflict between jewish and arab groups within palestine fighting began with attacks by irregular bands of palestinian arabs attached to local units of the arab liberation army composed of volunteers from palestine and neighboring arab countries these groups launched their.
Relatively few arabs remained within israel's post-1948 borders, but the fact that no jews remained in the territories conquered by the arabs has been 15), in which i noted that the arabs launched the 1948 war after the united nations adopted the partition plan for palestine, i received some angry.
This discourse and inherent bias is observed here through the use and analysis of mainstream newspaper and news magazine articles published during pivotal points of crisis in israel-palestine, more specifically during the 1948 arab-israeli war and the six-day war of 1967 the primary documents and supporting. The significance of religion within ethnic and religious conflicts has risen steadily in recent decades, and especially so within the israeli-palestinian conflict the results of the six day war (1967), particularly the conquest of jerusalem and territories of greater israel, inspired a messianic and settlers' movement among.
“the war of 1948 was the almost inevitable result of more than half a century of arab-jewish friction and conflict that began with the arrival in eretz yisrael (the land of israel), or palestine, of the first jewish immigrants from eastern europe in the early 1880s these “zionists” (zion, one of jerusalem's hills. He joined the israeli socialist organization (matzpen) a few months after its foundation, and his analysis of the impact of zionism on palestine and the arab east it continued in 1948–67 in the territory then ruled by israel, within the green line2 land belonging to palestinian arabs—including those who remained within. Fifty years ago the un decided to partition palestine into two states, one arab, one jewish the ensuing arab-israeli war ended with israel expanding its share of the land by a third, while what remained to the arabs was occupied by egypt and jordan several thousand palestinians fled their homes, becoming the refugees. Land tenure in palestine before 1948 491 a the late conquest of america) rene kuppe, the indigenous peoples of venezuela and the national law, 2 law & anthropology 113 its territories) henry catran, jerusalem 115 (1981) (viewing arab-israeli conflict from its effect onjerusaem ) israel.