Behind the Intifada: Labor and Women's Movements in the Occupied Territories

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Princeton University Press, 1993 - History - 292 pages
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Before the intifada began, Joost Hiltermann had already looked at local organizations in the Israeli- occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip and seen there the main elements that would eventually be used to mobilize the Palestinian masses. In the first comprehensive study of these organizations, Hiltermann shows how local organizers provided basic services unavailable under military rule, while recruiting for the cause of Palestinian nationalism.Before the intifada began, Joost Hiltermann had already looked at local organizations in the Israeli- occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip and seen there the main elements that would eventually be used to mobilize the Palestinian masses. In the first comprehensive study of these organizations, Hiltermann shows how local organizers provided basic services unavailable under military rule, while recruiting for the cause of Palestinian nationalism.
  

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Contents

Mass Mobilization under Occupation
3
The Structural Context
17
The Political Context
38
The Labor Movement
56
The Womens Movement
126
Popular Organizations and the Uprising
173
Conclusion
208
Notes
219
Bibliography
245
Index
255
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Joost R. Hiltermann is a veteran commentator on human rights. While researching this book, he was working as Director of the Arms Divison of Human Rights Watch. He is currently the Middle East Project Director for the International Crisis Group. His publications include Behind the Intifada: Labor and Women's Movements in the Occupied Territories (1991).

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