5 edition of Israel and the Arab states found in the catalog.
Describes the history of relations between Israel and her Arab neighbors, including the peace talks and treaty between Egypt"s Sadat and Israel.
|Series||An Impact book|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .W73 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||82020315|
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Arab-Israeli wars, series of military conflicts between Israeli and various Arab forces, most notably in –49, , , , , and These include Israel’s War of Independence and the Palestinian Nakbah, the Suez Crisis, the Six-Day War, the Yom Kippur War, and two wars in Lebanon. 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.
A significant upgrade of Israel’s relationship with the Sunni Arabs to the point of actually forming a pragmatic bloc in the region cannot be envisaged before launching a new Israeli policy toward the Palestinian issue. The most important issue shared by Israel and the Sunni Arab states is concern with Iran’s nuclear and regional ambitions. The Arab-Israeli Conflict. Israel has existed as a nation for the past 58 years, established by the Jewish Provisional State Council after World War II and 11 years after Great Britain proposed the idea of a split nation in front of the UN (Kjeilen, ).
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Israel has one of the world's most advanced and lethal air forces. In Novemberhowever, when the United Nations General Assembly voted to Author: Joshua Sinai.
The following year, the Jewish Agency declared the independence of the State of Israel, and the subsequent Arab–Israeli War saw Israel's establishment over most of the former Mandate territory, while the West Bank and Gaza were held by neighboring Arab states.
Israel has since fought several wars with Arab countries, and since the Six Capital and largest city: Jerusalem (limited. Pappe's book does not point to a wrong path or a right path.
It allows the reader to view the most critical faults and successes made by Israel, Arab states, and the other Israel and the Arab states book member states.
The Making of the Arab-Israeli Conflict is a thought-provoking book. Pappe doesn't leave his central theme or disappoint with dull and dry by: Get this from a library.
Israel and the Arab states. [Richard Worth] -- Describes the history of relations between Israel and her Arab neighbors, including the peace. Arab-Israeli Wars, conflicts in –49, –74, and between Israel and the Arab states. Tensions between Israel and the Arabs have been complicated and heightened by the political, strategic, and economic interests in the area of the great powers.
In recent years, a noticeable shift has taken place between Israel and the Sunni Arab world: the scope of common interests between them has widened, and they have found themselves successfully cooperating on a number of strategically important issues, such as security, energy, and the sharing of natural : Moshe Yaalon.
Not actually a book, per se, but a reference manual with all the collected documents (speeches, UN resolutions, letters, etc) relating to the Arab-Israeli conflict, starting with the announcement by Britain of its intention to found a state for the Jewish people during WWI/5.
The Israel-Arab Reader impliedly offers a complete set of official documents on the Israel-Arab dispute. Certainly the reference work contains numerous official pronouncements of both major and minor significance.
Unfortunately, the book omits ten important texts. Even more disturbing, all the omissions favor the Arab side of the story/5(24).
Get this from a library. Israel, the Arab States, and America. [George Henry Scherer]. Arab readers and booksellers in Israel can often find ways to bypass the restrictions, at least with small quantities, Ms.
Azaizeh said. Book distributors in Jordan ask Lebanese publishers to. On the United States recognized the State of Israel and the Soviet Union soon followed suit. The fledgling State of Israel was faced with many challenges.
While fighting a war of survival with the Arab states who immediately invaded the new nation, Israel had to also absorb the shiploads of immigrants coming in daily to the Jewish homeland. The Six-Day War was a brief but bloody conflict fought in June between Israel and the Arab states of Egypt, Syria and Jordan.
Following years of diplomatic friction and skirmishes between. agreement. In recent years, Israel and Arab Gulf states have discreetly cultivated closer relations with one another in efforts to counter Iran.1 As Iran-backed groups have been successful in helping Syria’s government regain effective control of the country, Israel has conducted a.
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 recognition of Israel by most other states; and, most of.
All other Arab states refrained from recognizing Israel and mostly stuck to the so-called Fahd Plan as endorsed by the Arab League inwhich is not to consider normalization before Israel ends its occupation (Kostiner ). Before you download your free e-book, please consider donating to support open access publishing.
The UN proposed partitioning the area into Arab and Jewish states, and Arab armies that rejected the UN plan were defeated.
Israel was admitted as a member of the UN in and saw rapid population growth, primarily due to migration from Europe and the Middle East, over the following years.
Israel’s breakthrough in relations with Arab states By Seth J. Frantzman, opinion contributor — 11/01/18 PM EDT The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill. Historians argue the reasons behind Arab losses against Israel in Why the Arabs were defeated.
the United Nations approved a plan to partition Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. Current developments in relations between Israel and Gulf states are “presented as some major change of heart on the part of Arab regimes, which.
Israel and the Arab states make eyes at each other journalist Bob Woodward’s book on Donald Trump’s Their cause is being punted into a. S ince the creation of the Jewish State of Israel, relations between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East have been fraught with violence.
However, a recent trend shows that Arab-Israeli relations are warming. On Febru the first Israeli flight flew over Sudanese territory on its way to West Africa as a result of a meeting between the two nations’ leaders on February 3.
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.A Quick Summary of the Arab Israeli Conflict.
In cease-fire agreements were signed between Israel and its neighboring Arab states. Trans-Jordan (the West Bank and East Jerusalem including on the Old City) annexed the Arab areas of Palestine and the Gaza Strip was annexed by Egypt. An uneasy peace was maintained for 18 years punctuated.