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evolution of Palestinian nationalism.

Wael Yousef Barghouti

evolution of Palestinian nationalism.

by Wael Yousef Barghouti

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Soc.Sc.) - University of Birmingham, Dept. of Political Science.

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Open LibraryOL20009076M

This book situates the evolution of citizenship at the centre of state formation under the quasi-colonial mandate administration in Palestine. The book presents a new understanding of the Arabs' reactions to colonialism and Jewish immigration into Palestine by framing resistance to mandate policies and the early stages of the development of the political project of Palestinian nationalism.   The West Bank has for generations been the core area of the Palestinian-Arab community and of its national movement. Since , it has become the main area of confrontation in the prolonged conflict between Palestinian-Arab and Jewish-Zionist nationalism. The Palestinian armed organization, the PLO – which has undertaken to lead the nationalist struggle of their people – was for .

Book Description: Jad traces the transformation of the Palestinian women’s movement from the s to the post-Oslo period and through the Second Intifada to examine the often-fraught relationship between women and nationalism in Palestine. Offering one of the first intensive studies of Islamist women’s activism, Jad also explores the impact of emerging feminist NGOs in depoliticizing the secular .   Palestinian nationalism requires a more nuanced understanding, as its evolution is one that is closely intertwined with Zionism, albeit not dependent on it, and it has only gathered a strong dynamic since the s, however a Palestinian consciousness has long existed, and is evident through 19 th century literature.

Palestinian Ethnonationalism in Israel investigates the rise of this new movement, which has important implications for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as a whole. Political scientist Oded Haklai has written the first book to examine this manifestation of Palestinian nationalism in Israel. 1. Palestinian Nationalism – the West Bank Dimension – an Overview 2. The Evolution of Arab Municipal Government and Mayors’ Politics Under Ottoman, British and Jordanian Regimes 3. The Social Fabric, Political Participation and Municipal Activities Under Jordanian Rule 4. Israeli Policies, West Bank Mayors and Municipal Government 5.


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An impressively thoughtful, layered, and well documented study of key aspects of the evolution of modern Palestinian nationalism. Those expecting either a comprehensive history of the modern Palestinian movement or a polemic against Zionism and Israel should look elsewhere.4/5(19).

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The book carefully contextualizes the evolution of Palestinian identity within the different colonialist periods, and explains that this identity cannot be understood only in relation to by:   X. This website uses cookies as well as similar tools and technologies to understand visitors’ experiences.

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