Negotiating Jerusalem: Educating Linguistically Diverse Students

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SUNY Press, Jul 20, 2000 - History - 341 pages
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An in-depth examination of how Jerusalem is seen by both Palestinians and Israeli-Jews, this book is a landmark study of the potential for successfully negotiating the Jerusalem question. It sheds important light on the question “what is Jerusalem?” By showing that the current boundaries are not viewed by either side as sacrosanct, the authors prove that there is room for creative efforts to reach an agreement. Such room may help resolve what is undoubtedly the most difficult issue standing between Israelis and Palestinians.
 

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Contents

The Status of Jerusalem in the Eyes of IsraeliJews and Palestinians A Policy Perspective JEROME M SEGAL
1
A Israeli Jews
5
B Palestinians
35
The Status of Jerusalem in the Eyes of IsraeliJews A Survey Research Perspective
57
An Analysis of Israeli Jewish Opinion on the Status of Jerusalem
59
Highlights and Commentary
123
The Status of Jerusalem in the Eyes of Palestinians A Survey Research Perspective
135
An Analysis of Palestinian Opinion on the Status of Jerusalem
137
Data from Study of IsraeliJews
223
Crosstabulation of all replies by ideological tendency
240
Crosstabulation of all replies by religious observance
269
Data from Study of Palestinians
299
Crosstabulation by political affiliation
311
Crosstabulation by religiosity
320
Crosstabulation by religion
329
About the Authors
337

Central Findings and Conclusions
181
Is Jerusalem Negotiable?
183

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Jerome M. Segal is a Research Scholar at the Center for International and Security Studies, University of Maryland.

Shlomit Levy is a Research Associate at The Guttman Center, Israeli Democracy Institute.

Nadar Izzat Sa'id is Director of the Development Studies Program at Bir Zeit University, Palestine. Elihu Katz is Trustee Professor of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and Research Associate at The Guttman Center, Israeli Democracy Institute.

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