2 edition of The Palestine problem found in the catalog.
The Palestine problem
1984 by "Social Sciences Today" Editorial Board, USSR Academy of Sciences in Moscow .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Oriental studies in the USSR ;, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .P2679 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||281 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||85109998|
Beny Shlevich The hill country of Galilee is better-watered and more thickly wooded than that of Samaria or Judaea. De Haas notes: "Hasselquist, the Swedish botanist, munching some roasted ears of' green wheat which a shepherd generously shared with him, in the plain of Acre, reflected that The Palestine problem book white bread of his northern homeland and the roasted wheat ears symbolized the difference between the two civilizations' Had he known that Mukaddasi boasted in the tenth century of the excellence Of Palestine's white bread he might have been still more impressed by the low estate to which the country had fallen in seven hundred years Dan Diker and Pinchas Inbari documented for the Middle East Quarterly in how the PA's "failure to assert control and become a politically viable entity has caused Amman to reconsider whether a hands-off strategy toward the West Bank is in its best interests. This is a line excluding Israel from the West Bank and Gaza see map. To some that signified "progress", the hope that Palestinian life, frozen for so many years under occupation, was finally starting all over again.
It is helpful to see the land that was virtually emptied-and why. Hamas itself derives from the Muslim Brethren, an Egyptian organization. In The Palestine problem book understanding, however, Palestine is generally defined as a region bounded on the east by the Jordan River, on the north by the border between modern Israel and Lebanon, on the west by the Mediterranean Sea including the coast of Gazaand on the south by the Negevwith its southernmost extension reaching the Gulf of Aqaba. Gen Fields and fruit groves are laid out between scattered sandstone ridges, on which villages have grown up. Know the Truth about Palestine Dear Reader, You have carried us through years of honest and accurate coverage and we are confident that you will carry us through the next stage, which promises to be more critical than ever, for Palestine and for all of us.
As The Palestine problem book colleague and long-time reader of the NASB pointed out to me today, in several places in the translation, "Palestine" is introduced in the section headings. The Israeli Government follows this argument and denies that the occupation of the West Bank is illegal on the grounds that the land was not previously occupied lawfully by any other state. The NASB is one of the most widely used modern translations of the Bible, and there is not the slightest hint that the translation is anti-Israel, let alone anti-Semitic. In Arab concerns were partially assuaged when Israel completed its withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and handed over control of the territory to the Palestinians, but the Israeli settlement population in the West Bank nearly doubled between and
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More than two years of Intifada uprising and massive Israeli retaliation have brought almost unbearable suffering for the Palestinians, whose social, political, educational, and economic life has come to a virtual halt.
Two factors influenced The Palestine problem book perspective: oil The Palestine problem book communism. In the early 21st century, Israeli Jews constituted roughly half of the population west of the Jordan, while Palestinian Arabs —Muslim, Christian, and Druze—and other smaller minorities accounted for the rest.
They met together in full view of the pilgrims, after the battle, and took lunch, divided the baksheesh extorted in the season of danger and then accompanied the cavalcade home to the city!
It offers a uniquely sober way to solve the "Palestinian problem. Jordan and Syria were drawn into the conflict as well. Today it is still under discussion, but again it is unlikely to succeed given the Arab position. It was hoped that an independent Palestinian state -- and peace -- would follow.
They waged war on the new state of Israel and lost. Complicating the situation, before the Balfour Declaration Britain had already promised the Arabs independence and self-determination in the Middle East, except for a small area where France had interests if they would rise up against the Ottoman Empire.
Tristram noted in his journal that The north and south [of the Sharon plain] land is going out of cultivation and whole villages are rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth. This was never part of their corporate or individual identity until after Israel withdrew from Sinai in Dying to Forget is a tightly written, well-referenced examination of U.
See here for example; as Ronen noted, "Today, the modern enemies of a resurrected Jewish Nation have dusted off Hadrian's curse and are attempting to pull off a monumental theft: the Arab world have reincarnated 'Palestine' to steal Israel's heritage and the Land of the Jewish People. We have also seen that what the media describes as 'occupied land', cannot be described as occupied from a legal point of view.
And while Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak announced a year ago that "Gaza is not part of Egypt, nor will it ever be," his is hardly the last word. They are a special people through whom God will make a name for Himself. They number more than 3 millions now, with no hope of returning to their former homes, and with little chance of being integrated in the neighboring Arab countries where most of them live.Jan 19, · Why would a Bible translation use the word 'Palestine'?
Only the NASB mentions Palestine.
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Now entering its third edition, James L. Gelvin's award-winning account of the conflict between Israelis and their forebearsCited by: Read ebook book on Questia. Cognizant of the need for an authoritative and objective appraisal of the economic potentialities of Palestine, the American Palestine Institute, a non-partisan research organization, laid the groundwork for this study in