The Arab-Israeli Dilemma

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Syracuse University Press, 1985 - History - 605 pages
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Traces the history of Palestine, discusses the formation of Israel, and describes the attitudes on each side of the Mideast conflict.
 

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Contents

The Historical Background of Palestine Through
1
The Palestine Mandate 19221948
16
The Palestine Question Before the United Nations
43
The Palestine War and United Nations Truces
68
JerusalemCity of Peace and Source of Conflict
102
The Arab Refugees
123
Armistice Complications and the Sinai War
182
The June War
242
After the June 1967 War 19681976
356
The Carter Administration Israel the Arabs
390
The Reagan Administration Israel the Arabs
422
Analyses and Conclusions
468
Appendix
525
UN General Assembly Resolution No 194 III of 11 December
532
IsraelSyrian General Armistice Agreement 20 July 1949
534
Index
593

ArabIsraeli Peace
293

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