2 edition of Military aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict found in the catalog.
Military aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict
International Symposium on the Military Aspects of the Arab-Israeli Conflict Jerusalem, Israel 1975.
|Statement||under the patronage of the Minister of Defense, Shimon Peres ; [editor, Louis Williams].|
|Contributions||Williams, Louis, 1932-, Israel. Miśrad ha-biṭaḥon.|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .I55 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||76373116|
Arab-Israeli conflict Here are entered works on the political and military conflicts between Arabs and Israel, including the question of national rights in the area of the former mandate for Palestine beginning in , and comprehensive works that include the earlier period. It covers both the political and military aspects of the Six Day War in detail. Oren is currently the Israeli Ambassador to the USA and a member of the Knesset; while the book is written from an Israeli perspective it is by no means a whitewashed history of the conflict. It covers the high level political decision making very well, but is.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: International Symposium on the Military Aspects of the Israeli-Arab Conflict ( Jerusalem).
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The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the ongoing political tension, military conflicts and disputes between Arab countries and Israel, which escalated during the 20th roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict have been attributed to the support by Arab League member countries for the Palestinians, a fellow League member, in Military aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict book ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict, which in turn has Location: Middle East.
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Israeli-Arab Conflict on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Gospel Light Publications. Arab - Israeli Conflict. Arab – Israeli conflict. The Arab-Israeli conflict refers to the political tension and military conflicts between the Arab league and Israel and between Arabs and Israelis.
The roots of the modern Arab-Israeli conflict lie in the rise of Zionism and Arab nationalism towards the. gious component to the conflict in the Middle East, the conflict was primarily between Israel and the Arab states for at least thirty years, hence the subtitle of this book. Today, however, the Arab-Israeli con-flict no longer exists.
Israel still has peace treaties with only two Arab. Military Aspects of the Israeli-Arab Conflict The Arab-Israeli conflict is fraught with political complexity. It entails long-standing, entrenched views on the part of all the participants, direct and indirect, and is heavily charged with : Arab-Israeli conflict.
Here are entered works on the political and military conflicts between Arabs and Israel, including the question of national rights in the area of the former mandate for Palestine beginning inand comprehensive works that include the earlier period.
His previous books and articles each focused on a specific chapter of the Israeli-Arab conflict--especially prominent were a very successful book focused on psychological warfare in the Intifada, an article on psychological warfare during the fighting in Lebanon from to and another on the war in Lebanon.
This book takes on the major challenge of giving a dispassionate history of the Arab-Israeli conflict and, to a large extent, succeeds, despite the (Australian) author's pro-Palestinian position (mine is broadly pro-Israel)/5. Gelber is the first in a three-book project that aims to offer an all but “total history” of the period, at least in terms of the military, diplomatic, and internal Israeli aspects of the period.
Other overviews exist but only within the context of general histories of the conflict that sometimes start with the. Arab citizens of Israel, or Arab Israelis, are Israeli citizens who are Arab citizens of Israel self-identify as Palestinian and commonly self-designate themselves as Palestinian citizens of Israel or Israeli Palestinians.
According to a survey by University of Haifa professor Sammy Smooha, 16% of the Arab population prefers the term "Israeli Arab", while the largest and fastest. With Israel's Jewish population deeply divided along social and economic lines on how to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict, Professor Uri Ram, author of the book Israeli Society: Critical Perspectives and extensive author of articles on Israeli society, politics and culture, will address these and other questions.
Did Israel's integration into the new global economy—including its. With the exception of the Gaza Strip, at the end of the Israeli-Arab war of Israel and Transjordan shared the whole of Palestine.
Against the backdrop of the Arab coalition’s defeat, Abdullah’s success in retaining what had been left of Arab Palestine extremely displeased his allies. There are a vast number of effects of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. The list below is not exhaustive. Israel The existence of the State of Israel is a direct result of the Arab-Israeli Conflict The.
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Regardless of one's opinion on the politics of the Middle East, Rabinovich's book -- just like Oren's -- can be utilized by anybody regardless of their political persuasions on the Israeli-Arab conflict.
The book goes into enough depth on many of the secondary characters from both the Israeli (Kalahani, Eitan, Ben-Gal, Elazar, Adan, Gonen Cited by: Background Religious aspects of the conflict.
Some groups opposed to the peace process invoke religious arguments for their uncompromising positions.  The contemporary history of the Arab–Israeli conflict is very much affected by the religious beliefs of the various sides and their views of the idea of the chosen people in their policies with regard to the "Promised Land" and the "Chosen.
The Arabs In Israel. By Sol Stern agers blockaded roads and stoned military vehicles. a serious and much neglected aspect of the Israeli‐Arab conflict. This book by an Israeli Arab. In this book I address the whole of the War in its political and military aspects, taking in as well the international context and interventions, the Arab world, and the internal Israeli scene.
I try to present a good overall picture of what happened and why, from the UN handling of the Palestine issue to the Israeli-Arab armistice /5(3). Arab-Israeli Conflict Summary and Brief History 1. Israeli-Palestinian Arab Conflict 2. Roots of the Conflict 3. Israel 4. Romans destroy the Second Temple in 70 AD The Western Wall (pictured) is all that remains of the Jewish temple.
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