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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
The Struggle For Land
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Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman
Israel must recognize that on this land another people claim the same rights.
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Traditional perceptions of security are changing all over the world.
by David Newman
The legal history of land in the occupied West Bank.
by Raja Shehadeh
The aims and aspirations of the Israeli settlement policy and its past and present implementation.
by Marwan Bazbaz
Where land was concerned, the results of the 1948 war determined the situation.
by Kobi Leket
Israel’s land war against the Palestinians hinders a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
by Ibrahim Matar
How most of the Palestinian Arabs in Israel were moved from their lands after 1948.
How Israeli settlement policy infringes on the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination.
by Musa Dweik
Israeli attempts to dictate the final status in Jerusalem unilaterally.
by Daniel Seidemann
A history of grass-roots Israeli-Palestinian dialogue.
by Motty Awerbuch
The three phases of PLO military strategy and political thought from 1960 to the present.
by Hussam Mohamad
Netanyahu has a clear and consistent strategy, the danger of which should not be underestimated.
by Uri Avnery
The present plight of the Palestinian health institution stems from twenty¬seven years of occupation.
by Neve Gordon
A Blood-Dimmed Tide: Dispatches from the Middle East by Amos Elon
Amos Elon thinks that peace has been possible since the 1970s, but at a price which Israeli governments have not been prepared to pay.
by Dan Leon
Does peace pay and is there a significant peace dividend for Israel?
by Simcha Bahiri
Excerpts from a novelette
by Ghassan Kanafani
by Nathan Zach
by Nathan Alterman
B’Tselem, November 1997
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi