A Concise History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
This concise and comprehensive book presents a balanced, impartial, and well-illustrated coverage of the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The authors identify and examine the issues and themes that have characterized and defined the conflict over the past century. The updated Fourth Edition includes a new final unit that examines the many developments since 9/11. The critical issues covered include the Great Power rivalries, the causes and results of the major wars, the evolution of Palestinian nationalism, the Israeli-occupied territories and the Intifada, and the course of the peace process. This is for anyone interested in the history and development of the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict.
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Defining the Question
The Task of the Historian
Palestine under the Ottoman Empire
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