Jerusalem: Points Beyond Friction, and Beyond

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Moshe Maʻoz, Sari Nusseibeh
BRILL, Jan 1, 2000 - History - 177 pages
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The material in this publication was compiled over an 18-month period and includes a variety of local, national and international issues and disaggregating Jerusalem's intricate problems. It offers meaningful models that even though they may not yield solutions acceptable to all parties in the Israeli - Palestine conflict, will at least clearly demarcate common ground and draw the 'red lines' that may not (yet) be crossed. The result is an enormously valuable resource that cannot fail to attract the attention of anyone concerned with the future of the Mideast region.
 

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Contents

A Palestinian Perception Sari Nusselbeh
7
Stage OneThe Survey
15
The Physical Planning of Jerusalem Riad Malki
25
ASPECTS OF SOVEREIGNTY
65
Education as a Paradigm Claude Klein and Jonathan Kuttab
73
Thoughts on a Medical Model Jonathan Kuttab
91
Introduction
95
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
165
JERUSALEM AREA PLACE NAME INDEX
172
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