6 edition of Expulsion of the Palestinians found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .M3139 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 235 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||235|
|ISBN 10||0887282350, 0887282423|
|LC Control Number||92009654|
The history of state formation is filled with cases of population exchanges, expulsions, "ethnic cleansing" and forced transfers. Zionist leaders, as this carefully researched study shows, were frequently outspoken in their belief that the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine would be possible only if the existing Arab population could somehow be persuaded to leave. Filed under: Politics & Society Tags: Israel-Palestine, Masalha: Expulsion of the Palestinians This series of posts has put a spotlight on the historical evidence that despite certain public comments to the contrary the pre Zionist movement was dominated by the intention to cleanse Palestine of its Arab population to make way for the.
Israel Had No 'Expulsion Policy' Against the Palestinians in The Palestinian refugee problem resulted from a Zionist master plan and ‘ethnic cleansing,’ historian Adel Manna incorrectly argues in his book ‘Nakba and Survival,’ where ‘slaughter’ and ‘expulsion. The study tackles the history of Palestine since the dawn of history till our contemporary time, it is a part of a large book entitled “Connecting Voices”, written by a young Tunisian author and writer called Fawzy Al-Ghadiry. The goal of the book is to identifyFile Size: KB.
On Palestinians mark the anniversary of the Nakba, the systematic expulsion of the Palestinian people by Zionist militias that began in late and lasted through and beyond.. As well as land and properties, a lesser known aspect of that expulsion is that Israel looted Palestinian homes over their cultural treasures, among them books, manuscripts, personal papers, . Masalha, Nur, Expulsion of the Palestinians: The Concept of ‘Transfer’ in Zionist Political Thought, (Institute for Palestine Studies, ). A review of Zionist documents related to the intentional planning of expulsion of Palestinians from Palestine.
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In time their plans and actions became more detailed resulting finally in the expulsion of Gentiles through the execution of plan Dalit. This event is called the Nakba by the Palestinians/5(17).
Expulsion Of The Palestinians: The Concept Of "Transfer" In Zionist Political Thought, In this meticulous work, based almost entirely on Hebrew archival material, Nur Masalha examines the Zionist concept of "transfer," or the expulsion of the Palestinian population to neighboring Arab lands.4/5.
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Publication date Topics. Expulsion of the Palestinians: The Concept of "Transfer" in Zionist Political Thought, Nur Masalha In this meticulous work, based almost entirely on Hebrew archival material, Nur Masalha examines the Zionist concept of "transfer," or the expulsion of the Palestinian. Masalha's book is the most comprehensive study to date on the concept of "transfer" in Zionist thinking from the late nineteenth century up to the war.
Expulsion of the Palestinians is invaluable for the light it throws on the attitudes towards the Palestinians of the Israeli political and military decision-makers on the eve of the exodus. Expulsion of the Palestinians By Nur Masalha Post Your Comment This book focuses on the views and policies of right-wing Zionists as if they were the majority and confuses transfer of population with transfer of ownership through consensual selling and purchase.
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Rosemarie Esber meticulously documents and poignantly recounts the first phase of the Zionist conquest of Palestine and the expulsion of the indigenous Palestinians-an estimated 84 percent of whom were children un pregnant. Yet the expulsion of the Palestinians was an inescapable outcome of the United Nations' decision to partition Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states the following year.
(The Arab state never came into existence.). The authors of this book tackle the Transfer (the expulsion of the Palestinians from their lands) as a solution for the “demographic problem” in the Israeli intelligentsia and practices, in an attempt to cast light on the pain and loss that chased the Palestinians since the early stages of Zionism.
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Consolidating this colonial settler paradigm, in Khalidi’s telling, was the Israeli War of Independence — or the “Nakba” (Catastrophe), as the Palestinians call it. The “Palestinian refugee problem”–that is, the human tragedy created by the Israeli expulsion of the Palestinians from their homeland, Palestine–remains a seemingly insoluble aspect of the Middle East puzzle.
Yet the expulsion of the Palestinians was an inescapable outcome of the United Nations’ decision to partition Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states the [ ].
Under the Cover of War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Under the Cover of War is an important resource for anyone seeking /5(2). The expulsion of the Palestinians re-examined Fifty years ago the UN decided to partition Palestine into two states, one Arab, one Jewish. The ensuing Arab-Israeli war ended with Israel expanding its share of the land by a third, while what remained to the Arabs was occupied by Egypt and Jordan.
This meant the expulsion of the Palestinian Arab community who lived there; with the tacit approval of the United Nations, Palestinians were cruelly evicted from their homes and lives, subject to demonization and, according to Esber, a campaign of ethnic cleansing.Click to read more about Expulsion of the Palestinians: The Concept of "Transfer" in Zionist Political Thought, by Nur Masalha.
LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for 5/5.Benny Morris’ criticism of Adel Manna’s important book “Nakba and Survival: The Story of the Palestinians Who Remained in Haifa and the Galilee, ” (“Israel had no ‘expulsion policy’ against the Palestinians in ,” July 29) is part of the historian's efforts – which have continued for over 15 years – to deny what he once claimed in the past: that Israel carried.