6 edition of The Arab-Israeli Conflict (Questioning History) found in the catalog.
by Smart Apple Media
Written in English
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Book Overview This concise and comprehensive text presents a balanced, impartial, and well-illustrated coverage of the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The authors identify and examine the issues and themes that have characterized and defined the conflict over the past century/5(2). The enormous changes in the s throughout the Middle East have necessitated this thoroughly revised edition of the standard introduction to the subject. Offering a balanced history of both Israeli and Arab goals, Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict covers the history of Palestine 5/5(2).
Book Overview This book provides a concise history of the origins and development of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Equal treatment is given to the period before the creation of Israel in , namely, Arab society in the nineteenth century, the origins of Zionism, and the impact of Zionism on Palestinian Arabs before and after World War by: The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History is the first comprehensive general reference encompassing all aspects of the contentious Arab-Israeli relationship from biblical times to the present, with an emphasis on the era beginning with World War Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict goes beyond simply recapping military engagements.5/5(1).
The Arab-Israeli Conflict is full colour throughout, highly illustrated and include a range of activities to motivate students. Product Details; arab israeli conflict teen nonfiction books. book by george macdonald. book by noam leshem. book by tony woodman. book by richard jeffrey. book by 5/5(1). out the stubborn facts about the Arab-Israeli conflict. They are the best weapons we have to insure that truth triumphs over fiction. Mitchell G. Bard October vi Preface *John Adams, “Argument in Defense of the Soldiers in Boston Massacre Trial,” (De-cember ).
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"Lesch achieves the nearly impossible in The Arab-Israeli Conflict: a dispassionate, comprehensive, empirically based narrative of the key events, individuals and peoples, and wider historical/political forces that have influenced--and continue to influence--the Israeli/Arab-Israeli/Palestinian : $ The Arab-Israeli Conflict.
Kirsten E. Schulze. In this fully revised new edition, Kirsten Schulze brings us to a new understanding of the causes, course and consequences of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Schulze analyses the dynamics of the violence and explores the numerous attempts at resolving the conflict.
She assesses why, in the cases of Israel-Egypt in and Israel-Jordan innegotiations Cited by: The Arab-Israeli Conflict is a plea for reasoned diplomacy in a situation that has been dominated by extreme violence.
This book will appeal to a wide general audience seeking a balanced understanding of this enduring struggle that still dominates headlines/5(3). The Palestine War has been by far the most important military encounter in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
This book examines the origins of the war and its progression through two distinct stages: the guerrilla warfare between the Arab and Jewish communities of Mandatory Palestine, and the conventional inter-state war between the State of Israel and the invading/5.
The Arab-Israeli Conflictputs forth a variety of perspectives--along with concise and informative analyses--to enable and encourage students to form their own educated opinions about complex and controversial issues/5.
The Palestine War has been by far the most important military encounter in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
This book examines the origins of the war and its progression through two distinct stages: the guerrilla warfare between the Arab and Jewish communities of Mandatory Palestine, and the conventional inter-state war between the State of Israel and the invading Arab by: 4. Covering pivotal events ranging from the creation of the State of Israel to the first and second Lebanon Wars and the Arab Spring, the book traces the development of the conflict from its intellectual roots in the nineteenth century to the present day.
Containing a diverse collection of primary source documents. Every book which describes the Arab-Israel conflict has some of the other sensitive matters in it which is not liked by many readers.
What makes this book stand out?: The book stands out because of the reason that the writer has made a successful attempt to bind the interest of readers.
Palestine, and the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Dr. Charles D. Smith is the best reference for anyone who desires to explore and understand the details of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The book starts with a quick chapter that summarizes the story of Palestine from the days of /5.
Fraser's book delivered. This is a blow by blow account of the conflict running from the late 19th century emergence of modern Zionism and the weakening of the Ottoman Empire, through the close of WWI, the British Mandate, the interwar period, the Holocaust, settler vs.
The Making of the Arab-Israeli Conflict is a thought-provoking book. Pappe doesn't leave his central theme or disappoint with dull and dry writing.
Pappe's writing maintains a stimulating flow which is capable of captivating anyone interested in the Arab-Israeli conflict of or Cited by: Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive, balanced, and accessible narrative of a complex historical topic. The narrative is supported by more than 40 primary documents that highlight perspectives from all sides of the struggle.
Throughout the book, the author examin. Michael B. Oren — a dual U.S./Israeli Citizen — as mentioned above, served as Israel’s Ambassador to the United States from toa tumultuous period that saw another failed attempt at peace between Palestine and Israel, the Arab Spring, and fears of Iran’s nuclear program.
The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the political tension, military conflicts and disputes between Arab countries and Israel, which climaxed during the 20th century. The roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict are attributed to the rise of Zionism and Arab nationalism towards the end of the 19th century, Location: Middle East.
"Lesch achieves the nearly impossible in The Arab-Israeli Conflict: a dispassionate, comprehensive, empirically based narrative of the key events, individuals and peoples, and wider historical/political forces that have influenced—and continue to influence—the Israeli/Arab-Israeli/Palestinian : $ The Arab-Israeli Conflict explains what the term "Arab-Israeli Conflict" refers to, providing an accurate and dispassionate description of the current situation, its origins, as well as the people involved and their motivations.
It outlines in an accessible manner the past and present events that have led to the current divisions and hostilities. Reviews "This is one of the best books on the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is clear throughout that Lesch bends backwards to be evenhanded.
In some areas, particularly in later stages (the peace process) where Syria is concerned, he provides new, revealing information--in itself a welcome contribution to the literature."--Murhaf Jouejati, The George Washington University.
Arabs and Jews describe the first Arab-Israeli war of in completely different ways. Among Arabs, and especially Palestinians, the events of that year are known as the ""nakba"" - the catastrophe, the trauma, the disaster.
For Jews, and in particular for Israelis, their victory in the war of is a veritable miracle in which, against tremendous odds and through heroic military effort. The Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a sweeping overview from the origins of Zionism and Arab nationalism to Israel’s invasion of Gaza and the stalled peace process.
Written in an engaging and accessible style with maps, key documents, and a glossary of terms, it is an ideal text for introductory and advanced undergraduate courses."Price: $ Book Club Offer March For discount, enter DC at checkout.
BUY HERE The Arab -Israeli Conflict Atlas traces the tangled and sometimes bitter history of the Arab-Jewish struggle from the early Twentieth Century to the present. It also illustrates the current. action Adolf Hitler agree agreement ally Arab Arab-Israeli conflict armed attack became become began begins believed Britain British brought camps cause Christians continued died divided Egypt Egyptian enemy establishment extremist faith fighting forces Gaza Strip hands holy hope Hussein independent Intifada Islamic Israel Israeli Jerusalem.Author's acknowledgements p.
xi Publisher's acknowledgements p. xii Chronology p. xiii Who's who p. xxi Glossary p. xxvi Maps p. xxxi Part 1 Background p. 1 1 The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict p. 3 Zionism and Arab Nationalism p.
3 The Impact of the First World War p. 5 British Policy and the Palestine Mandate p. 6 The Inter-war Period p. 7 The Impact of the Second World War p. 9 The.Whether filtered through the news, the film industry, or the classroom, the Arab-Israeli conflict has become a pervasive--and often misinterpreted--subject on our contemporary cultural landscape.
In this compelling text, David W. Lesch, a widely respected scholar and commentator on modernMiddle Eastern politics, presents the most balanced and accessible account of the conflict to date.