Arabs in Israel, 1948-1966

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Institute for Palestine Studies , Beirut
StatementSabri Jiryis ; translated by Meric Dobson.
SeriesMonograph series -- no. 16
ContributionsInstitute for Palestine Studies.
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Open LibraryOL20391976M

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It points to the foundations of the development of the Israeli Arab problem from a social-cultural-religious. To Be an Arab in Israel fills a long-neglected gap in the study of Israel and the contemporary Arab world.

Whether for ideological reasons or otherwise, both Israeli and Arab writers have yet to seriously consider Israel's significant minority of non-Jewish citizens, whose existence challenges common assumptions regarding Israel's exclusively Jewish by: The same was true in Jaffa, Akko, Lod, and Ramle, towns that partition had assigned to the Arab state but were now part of Israel.

AboutPalestinian Arabs lived in Israel as defined by the. In early JuneIsrael won the swiftest and the most spectacular military victory of its entire war-filled history. Defence Minister Moshe Dayan quickly branded it the “Six-Day War” in a conscious allusion to the six days of the Creation in the book of Genesis.

A thoughtful and well-documented call to rethink the role of Arabs in the plan of God. Western Christianity's long-standing support of Israel has, perhaps unintentionally, nurtured a prejudice against Arab people--the descendants of Abraham's first son, Ishmael/5.

Books shelved as arab-israeli-wars: Hamas: Politics, Charity, and Terrorism in the Service of Jihad by Matthew Levitt, The Yom Kippur War: The Arab-Israe.

* An Arab State covering % of Mandatory Palestine (excluding Jerusalem), withArab inhabitants Jewish inhabitants; * An international trusteeship regime in Jerusalem, where the population wasJews andArabs.

The partition plan also laid down. Between andIsrael’s Arab citizens lived under martial law. During this period, many restrictions were imposed upon the Arab population that violated basic civil.

Shlomo Ben-Ami, Scars of War Wounds of Peace: The Israeli-Arab Tragedy. Ben-Ami, a historian by training, served in the government of Ehud Barak, Israel’s Labour prime minister from His book is an extended essay on the conflict from the s onwards.

Cohen's previous book, the highly acclaimedArmy of Shadows,told how this hidden history played out from toand now, inGood Arabshe focuses on the system of collaborators established by Israel in each and every Arab community after the war.

Covering a broad spectrum of attitudes and behaviors, Cohen brings together the stories of. Fouzi El-Asmar, To Be an Arab in Israel.() One of the few Palestinian-Israeli takes on the first ten years of the Israeli occupation) Sabri Jiryis, The Arabs in Israel. () (A Palestinian-Israeli chronicle of the life of Arabs in Israel from ).

Terms preferred by most Arab citizens to identify themselves include Palestinians, Palestinians in Israel, Israeli Palestinians, the Palestinians ofPalestinian Arabs, Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel or Palestinian citizens of Israel.

Michael B. Oren — a dual U.S./Israeli Citizen — as mentioned above, served as Israel’s Ambassador to the United States from toa tumultuous period that saw another failed attempt at peace between Palestine and Israel, the Arab Spring, and fears of Iran’s nuclear program.

Earlier, between the world wars, as Arab resistance spilled over into strikes, violence and terrorism, Jewish leaders such as David Ben Gurion, later Israel’s first prime minister, had insisted Author: Ed O'loughlin.

More specifically in the Israeli context, however, racism in Israel refers to racism directed against Israeli Arabs by Israeli Jews, intra-Jewish racism between the various Jewish ethnic divisions (in particular against Ethiopian Jews, historic and current racism towards Mizrahi Jews and Jews of color.

Arabs & Israel For Beginners covers the Middle East from ancient times to the present, tells the truth in plain English, and is one of the few non-scholarly books that is relentlessly fair to both Jews and you want to continue to believe fairy tales about Arabs in Israel, don’t touch this book – it will surely be hazardous to your closed mind.

IDI Researcher Chanan Cohen says that while the greatest tension in Israel is between Arab and Jewish Israelis, there is cause for hope. The vast majority of Jews support having Arabic translations of public signs in Israel, teaching Arabic in school and having Arab citizens represented in the civil service.

Washington Report, September 6,Page 7 Book Review Arabs in the Jewish State: Israel's Control of a National Minority By Ian Lustick, University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, pp.

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$   To Be an Arab in Israel fills a long-neglected gap in the study of Israel and the contemporary Arab world. Whether for ideological reasons or otherwise, both Israeli and Arab writers have yet to seriously consider Israel's significant minority of non-Jewish citizens, whose existence challenges common assumptions regarding Israel's exclusively Jewish character.

In Stateless Citizenship, Shourideh C. Molavi examines the mechanisms of exclusion of Palestinian citizens in the Zionist incorporation regime, and centres our analytical gaze on the paradox that it is through the provision of Israeli citizenship that Palestinians are deemed s: 1.

Begin’s struggle for Israeli Arabs’ rights belies the “dichotomous division that only the left is committed to human rights,” she says. Israel’s military government over the areas populated predominantly by Arabs was set up in Octoberduring the War of Independence, for fear the local Arabs would help the invading Arab : Ofer Aderet.

On Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, proclamed the establishment of the new Jewish republic. The next day the joint armies of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq invaded the Jewish state.

Measured by firepower and military equipment at the outset of war the Arabs were by far superior to the Israelis. But lack of.

"The Arabs were surprised; the fear of the Jews fell upon them.

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In Hevron, and in Shechem, in Jenin and in Jericho the Arabs were heavily armed. There was not even one small Arab village without arms. The recognition of Arabs as members of Arab culture emphasized both the boundary between them and the Jews, and their connection culturally to the Arab world from which Israel had distanced itself.

At the same time, viewing Arabs in Israel as citizens imposed an obligation of loyalty on them that differentiated them from the Palestinians in the Author: Gal Levy.

The anti Israel folk along with the Arabs have completely fabricated a national history in order to justify attacking Israel and murdering Jews. They have not spared any lack of integrity to do so and the passport below is just one example.