Bridging the Barrier: Israeli Unilateral Disengagement

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Ashgate Pub. Limited, 2007 - Political Science - 157 pages
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The construction of the barrier separating Israel from the West Bank has become the site of one of the most heated controversies the world over, the source of virulent propaganda, incitement and hatred. Jacoby explores the incongruent narratives of Israelis and Palestinians with regards to Israel's security barrier and the policy of unilateral withdrawal. This book offers a multidimensional approach that takes into consideration different sides of the barrier conflict (as well as internal divisions) and considers how it affects the lives of individuals and communities through the rapid profusion of events in the legal, political, social and military spheres.

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Tami Amanda Jacoby is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Studies and research fellow at the Centre for Defence and Security Studies at the University of Manitoba, Canada.

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