The Arab-Israeli conflict

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2008 - History - 214 pages
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The struggle between Arab and Jew over the same piece of land has been one of the world's most entrenched and bloody conflicts. This successful textbook sets out the basic arguments on each side, and traces their evolution. The third edition follows the story from Oct 2003 up to the present day, taking into account the death of Arafat, the implications of the recent Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, the realignment in Israeli politics, and Hamas's electoral victory.

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The Partition of Palestine and
The AngloAmerican Committee of Inquiry
The UNSCOP Report in the General Assembly

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T.G. FRASER is Professor of History and Provost at the University of Ulster, Magee campus. He is series editor of the Studies in Contemporary History series.

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