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eBook The Israeli Palestinians: An Arab Minority in the Jewish State (Israeli History, Politics and Society) ePub

by Alexander Bligh

  • ISBN: 0714654175
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Alexander Bligh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 324
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After October 2000: Israeli Arab Members of the 15th Knesset - Between Israeli Citizenship and their Palestinian National Identity Alexander Bligh. Between Nationalism and Liberalism - The Political Thought of Azmi Bisharah Abigail Fraswer and Avi Shabat.

After October 2000: Israeli Arab Members of the 15th Knesset - Between Israeli Citizenship and their Palestinian National Identity Alexander Bligh. Social Issues: Fertility Transition in the Middle East - The Case of the Israeli Arabs Onn Winckler. Social and Educational Welfare Policy in the Arab Sector in Israel Khawla Abu Baker. A Binational Society - The Jewish-Arab Cleavage and Tolerance Education in the State of Israel Dan Soen.

After October 2000: Israeli Arab Members of the 15th Knesset - Between . Political Standing in a Jewish State - Present and Future: Jews and Arabs in the State of Israel - Is There a Basis for a Unified Civic Identity?

After October 2000: Israeli Arab Members of the 15th Knesset - Between Israeli Citizenship and their Palestinian National Identity Alexander Bligh. History and Nationalism: The Arabs in Haifa - From Majority to Minority, Processes of Change (1870-1948) Mahmoud Yazbak. Political Standing in a Jewish State - Present and Future: Jews and Arabs in the State of Israel - Is There a Basis for a Unified Civic Identity? Ilana Kaufman.

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Jewish Israelis no longer risk being the minority as the fertility rate among .

Jewish Israelis no longer risk being the minority as the fertility rate among Palestinians and Israelis in Israel is now equal at . births per woman. Will changing demographics shift the political outlook?Image by Rusty Stewart: "A Jewish family watch the sun set over the West Bank from their Settlement. For decades, the politics of the Israel-Palestine conflict have been shaped by simple demographics. If Israel did not do so, they argued, Jews would become a minority in their own state, threatening either the Jewish character of their state or the state of their democracy. One of the most crucial issues to affect national policy in the state of Israel is that of relations between its Jewish and Arab citizens.

It is a political history of the indigenous Palestinian minority that . The Israeli Palestinians: An Arab Minority in the Jewish State By Alexander Bligh Frank Cass, 2003.

It is a political history of the indigenous Palestinian minority that remained in Israel after the 1948 war. Ghanem, who is a well-known scholar of this minority, presents a comprehensive study of its political world and examines the impact of the ethnic identity of the state on its development. The book follows comparative studies that have demonstrated the tension between indigenous peoples and the logic of modem ethno-national, property-based, settler societies, despite the fact that it does not develop a convincing comparative framework.

The history of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948

The history of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. This conflict came from the intercommunal violence in Mandatory Palestine between Israelis and Arabs from 1920 and erupted into full-scale hostilities in the 1947–48 civil war. The conflict continues to the present day on various levels

Fifteen percent of Israel’s electorate are Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, and in the 2015 election four Arab . Many on the Jewish left believe that Israel can (and must) maneuver between its desire to be both Jewish and democratic.

Fifteen percent of Israel’s electorate are Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, and in the 2015 election four Arab parties joined together in one Joint List, which became the third-largest alliance in the country. The Joint List’s leader, Ayman Odeh, has consistently reached out for partnership with the Jewish left in Israel. Last August, Livni, now the head of the liberal Hatnuah party, explained her vision of a Jewish democratic state as the nation-state of the Jewish people that provides equal rights to all its citizens without discrimination.

14 Korn, . Criminalization of the Arab Minority during the Military Rule (1999) 8 Plilim 157–91. 15 Lustick, . Arabs in a Jewish State: Israeli Control of an Ethnic Minority (Haifa, Mifrash, 1985). M. Hofnung, Israel: National Security vs. the Rule of Law (Jerusalem, Nevo, 1991). 16 Lecture in Givat Haviva, May 1996.

The Arab-Palestinian community, which constitutes 20 percent of Israel’s population, is an ethnic minority living mainly in ethnically homogeneous cities and villages. Arab-Palestinian Society in the Israeli Political System offers a comprehensive, detailed examination of Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel within the Green Line in the twenty-first century. Rami Zeedan analyzes political trends, leadership, and the effects on Arab-Palestinian identity in Israel of recent changes, especially the 2015 legislative elections

One of the most crucial issues to affect national policy in the state of Israel is that of relations between its Jewish and Arab citizens. This edited collection offers a comprehensive analysis of the most significant factors to have contributed to current conditions.