Occupier's Law: Israel and the West Bank
This text analyzes and documents the legal and human rights aspects of Israel's occupation of the West Bank. This new updated edition includes an analysis of the winter 1988 Palestinian uprising. Also included in the new edition are a new introduction discussing recent changes in Israeli legal policy, and an index.
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Introduction to the First Edition
The Acquisition of Land
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