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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Vol.6 No.2 1999
Table of Contents
by Nazmi Ju’beh
by Victor Cygielman
How the PW changed from dependence on its Arab patrons in the early 19605 to independent decision-making, and from the concept of liberating the whole of Palestine to a Palestinian state alongside Israel.
by Hussam Mohamad
The Zionist attitude to the Palestinians was historically ambivalent and pragmatic. Now Israeli support for a mini-state of Palestine is unacceptable to most Palestinians.
by Ilan Pappe
Assuming the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, the writers discuss the three options for the political future of Israel and Palestine.
by Simcha Bahiri and by Hanna Siniora
An account of the period which started with the V.N. partition of the proposal of May 15, 1947 and ended with the declaration of the State of Israel on May 15, 1948
by Walter Laqueur
A survey of the historical inter-relationship between Europe and the Palestinians.
by Imad Ghiyatha
In Zionist history, the binational idea was a genuine, though unsuccessful, attempt to reconcile Palestinian and Israeli aspirations in a common political framework.
by Dan Leon
The Islamic position on a Palestinian state in terms of the state‘s relations with Israel and its relationship with the shari‘a.
by Mustafa Abu Sway
A special Palestine-Israel Journal discussion with Prof. Camille Mansour, Prof. Musa Budeiri, Prof. Galit Hasan-Rokem, veteran journalist Gideon Levy, and Dr. Gershon Baskin.
Unless Israel frees itself from a fossilized world view based in concepts divorced from reality, it will miss the chance to become a developed country in the 21st century.
by Zvi Kesseh
Palestinian statehood is overdue. A state can have its place in the world without having to define its borders.
by Jumana Az Jaouni
Rubber Bullets: Power and Conscience in Modem Israel by Yaron Ezrahi,reviewed by Richard Clarke
How the collective Israeli conscience coped with the moral and political implications on Israeli society of the occupation.
Economic Conditions in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip
A U.N. report on economic and social conditions in the West bank and Gaza Strip in 1998.
by Avraham Shlonsky
by Mahmoud Darwish
June 13, 1980
March 24 & 25, 1999
May 17, 1999
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi