2 edition of Arab attitudes to Israel found in the catalog.
Arab attitudes to Israel
Translation of ha-"Emdah ha-"aravit ba-konflikt ha-"aravi-yisre"eli. Based on the author"s thesis, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1961. Bibliography: p. 504-518.
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Yehoshafat Harkabi's Arab Attitudes To Israel is the first book known to me in which the author discusses the curent Arab-Israeli conflict refering, among other issues, to the origins of Islam and the career of the Islamic Prophet by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of ha--'Emdan ha-'aravit ba-konflikt ha'aravi-yisre'eli.
Description: xxiii, pages ; 23 cm. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: ʻEmdah ha-ʻArvit ba. Yehoshafat Harkabi's Arab Attitudes To Israel is the first book known to me in which the author discusses the curent Arab-Israeli conflict refering, among other issues, to the origins of Islam and the career of the Islamic Prophet Mohammad.5/5(3).
The Arab–Israeli conflict is the result of numerous factors. Reasons cited for the conflict therefore vary from participant to participant and observer to observer. A powerful example of this divide can be Palestinians and a March, poll 63% of the Israelis blamed the failure of the Oslo Peace Process on Palestinian violence, but only 5% of the Palestinians agreed.
54% of. All Book Search results » About the author () Yehoshafat Harkabi () was professor and director of the Arab attitudes to Israel book Davis Institute of International Relations and Middle East Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and chief of intelligence.
from 15 Arab countries spanning a decade ( and ) to assess how Arab citizens view Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how their attitudes shifted since Four findings emerge. First, Arab-Israeli peace is far less important than domestic concerns to most Arab citizens, but.
Arab attitudes towards Israel became. The second edition of Pappe’s book has been updated to include the dramatic events of the s and the early twenty-first century. These years, which. Arab and Muslim officials sometimes deliver different messages to their people in Arabic and to the West in English.
Since most people in the West do not understand Arabic, it is important to be informed about the views expressed by these officials to understand their authentic views on issues relating to Jews and Israel. Latest book reviews, author interviews, and reading trends. Jewish Israeli attitudes may be evolving.
for all the progress achieved by Arab medical professionals, Israel’s health. As used here, "Zionists" refers to members of the movement for a "Jewish Homeland" in Palestine, and "Palestinian Arabs" refers to the non-Jewish population of Palestine at the same time.
This article covers the period from the start of Zionism in Palestine in the lateth Century to the establishment of Israel and simultaneous exodus oftoPalestinian Arabs in This.
Harkabi finds that in the speeches, books, articles, and debates of Arab intellectuals and politicians since the Six-Day War, conceptions about Israel have been “refined,” and the vituperative language which he catalogued in his big work, Arab Attitudes to Israel (), has been moderated.
This more subtle conceptualization and moderate. Arab Christians make up 2% of Israel’s population, 1 to % of the West Bank and less than 1% of Gaza. The overwhelming majority of Arab Palestinians are Muslim. So this book is a contribution to the defense of the Palestinian and Arab causes against such distortions as well as a contribution to a more accurate representation of Arab attitudes.
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Harkabi, Y. Arab Attitudes to Israel Jerusalem Israel Universities Press Brecher, Michael Decisions in Israel's Foreign Policy London Oxford University Press Brecher, Michael Geist, Benjamin Decisions in Crisis: Israel, and Berkeley University of California Press This book draws on the research of some of the leading scholars in the fields of Jewish-Islamic relations, the Israeli-Arab conflict and political Islam.
These highly topical essays examine the relationship between Israel and the Islamic world from both. Despite the more agreeable and positive attitudes toward Israel recently emerging from the Arab world, supporters of the initiative believe they still have much work ahead to foster normalization.
Pre-state antisemitism. While antisemitism has increased in the wake of the Arab–Israeli conflict, there were pogroms against Jews prior to the foundation of Israel, including Nazi-inspired pogroms in Algeria in the s, and attacks on the Jews of Iraq and Libya in the s.
InJews were murdered and were injured in the anti-Jewish riots known as the Farhud. The quite thorough study is accompanied with NUMEROUS examples of NAZI - ARAB antisemite CARICATURES. The book was published in Israel only 13 years ago but it's long ago out of print and quite sought after.
Original illustrated HC. x " throughout illustrated pp. Expanded bibliography. Very good condition. Clean. Tightly bound.