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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Public Opinion/Yasser Arafat 1929-2004
Vol. 11, Nos 3&4, 2004/2005
Table of Contents
by Hillel Schenker
Arafat will go down in history as the man who resurrected the Palestinian national movement.
by Afif Safieh
Israelis demonized him and Palestinians considered him the symbol of their struggle.
by Menachem Klein
Arafat had to overcome more obstacles,than any other 20th century leader
by Uri Avnery
A personal recollection of Arafat's childhood and fonnative years
by Azzam Abu-Saud
Arafat 's greatest success was leading his people towards recognition of Israel
by Danny Rubenstein
Arafat's achievement as a freedom fighter, a politician. and an emblem of Palestinian identity.
by Mamdouh Nofal
The diversity of perspectives on Arafat's passing and what he stood for.
by Joseph Samaha
by Yaacov Shamir
Recent polls show increased optimism and decreased support for violence.
by Khalil Shikaki
The Case o.fthe Camp Dm'id Summit and the Second Intifada................................ The misinformation provided by Barak contributed to a psychological earthquake
by Daniel Bar-Tal
The Palestinian presidential elections reflect the will of the silent majority.
by Fathi Darwish
The willingness to employ military means does not contradict diplomatic solutions.
by Daphna Canetti-Nisim
There is high support for democracy and growing support for political Islam
by Mark Tessler
The changing landscape of the conflict has impacted Israeli social beliefs.
by Neta Oren
A poll gauges Palestinians' choice of a model country for a Palestinian state.
by Jamil Rabah
Variations in threat perception affect Israeli views towards a Palestinian state.
by Asher Arian
Changes in poll results indicate that Palestinians want to give peace a chance
by Khader Khader
There is a high degree of agreement between Sharon's plan and public opinion.
by Tamar Hermann and by Ephraim Yaar-Yuchtman
The Palestinians have always been ready for a negotiated settlement.
interview with Saeb Erekat
A Palestine-Israel Journal discussion with Dr: Khalil Shikaki. Dr: Yaacov Shamir and Dr: Mina Zemach, moderated by Prof Daniel Bar- Tal.
One Effect of (Occupation: Why Dr: Riad Malki Could Not Participate
Will the three leaders become the unexpected heroes of a new opportunity for peace.
by Yossi Beilin
Arab governments should give international initiatives a chance.
by Munther Dajani
The success of disengagement depends on some very practical answers and steps.
by David Newman
by Ziad AbuZayyad
A blueprint for an Israeli-Palestinian economic agreement
by The Aix Group
interview with Mourid Barghouthi and by Stuart Reigeluth
by Hadassah Haskale
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi