5 edition of Arab and Israeli terrorism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-256) and index.
|Statement||Kameel B. Nasr.|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .N346 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||96038464|
Israel Is the Terrorist. Books Travel Theater Movies and TV the Jewish World and the Middle East, including defense, diplomacy, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the peace process, Israeli politics, Jerusalem affairs, international relations, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, the Palestinian Authority, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the Israeli Author: Ilana Hammerman. Analyzing the content of more t published books, I find that content related to the political right has increased in Israeli books after periods of terrorism, a change that has become more pronounced over the by: 1.
Israel is generally portrayed by the U.S. mass media as the victim of terrorism, a characterization that is in part correct. Its own role as a major perpetrator of state terrorism is consistently downplayed or ignored, in accordance with the general principle, discussed earlier, that violence employed by ourselves or by our friends is excluded. After studying pre-state Jewish terrorists, author asks: Does terrorism work? Bruce Hoffman says the struggle for Israel’s independence forms a blueprint for the Israeli .
The true source of the Arab-Israeli conflict is Satan’s fight against God. And he is using the Palestinians, Arab terrorist groups, and worldwide propaganda in his ongoing efforts to exterminate God’s people and delay his own doom. Satan is the great deceiver. The assailant (29, Arab-Israeli citizen from Arara village in northern Israel) was killed a week later during an attempt to apprehend him. Taxi driver Amin Shaaban, 42, of Lod, was later shot and killed by the terrorist who carried out the shooting attack on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street.
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Kameel B. Nasr's book "Arab and Israeli Terrorism: The Causes and Effects of Political Violence, " attempts to examine precisely the causes and effects of Arab and Israeli terrorism by carefully describing many of the political factions and their guerilla actions in the Middle by: 8.
While this is an invaluable book for "fringe" Israeli ("Jewish") terrorism, the authors fail on two very serious grounds. One, they inexplicably (and in violation of their claimed principles and definitions) treat the Hagana's (and Palmach's) atrocities as somehow not terrorism, nor do they those of the Israeli Cited by: The ineffectiveness of counter-terrorism, showing how it often precipitates the rise of small terrorist cliques, is also covered.
Particular attention is given to Israel's response to terrorism and the effect of terrorism on the country's development and national psyche. The Routledge Handbook of Terrorism Research will be an essential work of reference for students and researchers of terrorism and political violence, security studies, criminology, political science and international relations, and of great interest to policymakers and professionals in the field of counter-terrorism.
Arab–Israeli conflict - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars Arab and Israeli terrorism book of 5 stars 5 of 5 Arab and Israeli terrorism book.
The Arab-Israeli War: The Albatross of Decisive Victory (Paperback) by. George W. Garwych. (shelved 1 time as arab-israeli-wars) avg rating — 8 ratings — published Want to Read. Admin - 1 month ago من ارشيف تعليقات القراء name: Ali Tal To me, an Arab, Israel's Sacred Terrorism, a study based upon Moshe Sharett's Personal Diary is more of an unhealthy Machiavellian obsession with one holy dogma to such an extent that all possible methods to achieve it are possible and permissible no matter how brutal and savage they turn out to be.
Jewish Terrorism in Israel addresses a huge lacuna in the field by providing the first systematic, in-depth treatment of Jewish terrorism from ancient times to today.
It concludes with vitally important developments in Jewish extremism over the past nine years, making a signal contribution at a moment when interest in terrorism and counterterrorism is high, when more attention than ever is.
This chapter explores the impact of Palestinians on the War and vice versa, with a focus on the Palestinian national movement. Its main argument is that the descent into war was propelled not only by the conflict between Israel and Arab states but also by a multifaceted struggle among Palestinians and Arabs for control over mobilization for the Palestinian cause.
Terrorism is politically motivated violence directed against non-combatants. It is no doubt as ancient as organized warfare itself, emerging as soon as one society, pitted against another in the quest for land, resources, and dominance, was moved by a desire for vengeance, or found advantages in operations against ‘soft’ by: 5.
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 states, Egypt and Jordan; however, none of the other states considers themselves at war with Israel.
Thomas Suárez‘ State of Terror: How terrorism created modern Israel, in my opinion, belongs in the top five most invaluable books on the history of modern Palestine. I have been waiting for this book which fills many gaps.
Notwithstanding extensive reading, my grasp of the Zionist exploits during the British Mandate was minimal. Terrorism in the Arab-Israeli Conflict.
In book: Terrorism, pp Cite this publication This rhetoric has fostered the popular perception that Arab terrorism is the central problem Author: Tomis Kapitan. At the beginning of "The Attack," in what will prove to be an exasperating "Twilight Zone" twist, an Arab-Israeli surgeon in Tel Aviv is almost killed in a terrorist bombing.
1 Among other places, U.S. Department of State, Patterns of Global Terrorism (Washington D.C., May ), xvi. 2 There is a substantial and growing philosophical literature and debate on terrorism. Among the most important works, some of which specifically address the issue of terrorism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, are T.
Asad, "Thinking about Terrorism and Just War," Cambridge. A GUIDE TO THE Arab-Israeli Conflict By Mitchell G. Bard American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE) This is why, as this book discusses, Israel has repeatedly sought compromises, often at great risk, that would bring an end to the out the stubborn facts about the Arab-Israeli.
Israeli occupation (–82) of the Sinai Peninsula, West Bank, Gaza Strip, Golan Heights. Egyptian–Israeli peace and formation of the Israeli Civil Administration () Oslo Accords and formation of the Palestinian National Authority in areas A, B of the West Bank and Gaza in Location: Middle East.
In addition, one learns very little from this study about the impact that Jewish terrorism has had on its perpetrators, its victims and the Israeli polity at large. Lastly, the volume lacks a bibliography of sources. In light of the rather limited scope of this study, the definitive book on Jewish terrorism.
The event was to mark the release of The Story of the Oil Secret, a children’s book penned by Walid Daka, an Arab-Israeli terrorist who was convicted of the abduction and murder of Israel Defense Forces’ soldier Moshe Tamam in Daka, who hails from Baqa al-Gharbiya, was sentenced to life in prison.
The larger story of this book is how Israel transformed the war against terrorism, and its main character is a man well-known to Israelis: the late Maj. Gen. Meir Dagan. Dagan, while head of. I n his book Double Vision: How The Press Distorts America’s Views of the Middle East, the American-born Israeli writer Ze’ev Chafets catalogued the ills that plagued U.S.
news media coverage of the Middle East in general, and Israel in s, who had served as the director of Israel’s Government Press Office, noted that “the choices that have shaped the American.Israel maintains that Hamas refuses to recognize Israel, on grounds that Hamas's 'peace offerings' are a ploy.
Arab hostility. Many if not most Israelis believe that the conflict is largely a result of Arab attempts to destroy Israel, and that only Israeli military power stands between them and annihilation.Arab capitals, too, were persuaded that the Israeli escalation of self-provoked incidents, terrorism and renewed retaliation meant that Israel was preparing the ground for war.
They, therefore, stationed military reinforcements along the borders and took strong measures to prevent any infiltration into Israel.