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A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis. The Author: Haig Khatchadourian is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. from Duke University.

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Quest for Peace between Israel and . Publication year: 2000. Contributors: Haig Khatchadourian. Subjects: National State.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Quest for Peace between Israel and the. The Quest for Peace between Israel and the Palestinians. By Haig Khatchadourian. A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians' moral and legal territorial rights (roughly equal to those of the Jews/Israelis), and a long-standing aspiration for self-determination.

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians’ moral and legal territorial rights (roughly equal to those of the Jews/Israelis), and a long-standing aspiration for self-determination. A defense of the two-state option, and a qualified defense of the Oslo Accords against Islamist and radical Jewish rejectionist critics is therefore offered.

by Haig Khatchadourian. Published June 1, 2000 by Peter Lang Publishing.

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at. .

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians' moral and legal territorial rights (roughly equal to those of the Jews/Israelis), and a long-standing aspiration for self-determination. A comprehensive peace, in turn, should stimulate economic and cultural cooperation between Israel and the Arab countries (the -peace dividend-), lending it additional strength. Increased stability should also result from the hoped-for liberalization and democratization of the region's Arab regimes.

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is driven by several factors: ethnic, national .

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is driven by several factors: ethnic, national, historical, and religious. Its radical regime calls openly for the destruction of Israel and asserts the necessity of this quest from a theological standpoint. Accepting peace with Israel may be viewed as religious treachery, which goes against the beliefs not only of extremists but also of many relative moderates in Arab states.

Haig Khatchadourian, PhD Biography. Title: Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. The Quest for Peace Between Israel and the Palestinians, 2000

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Israel and the Palestinians: Can the settlement issue be solved? . The issue of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem has long been a major source of dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, and most of the international community

Israel and the Palestinians: Can the settlement issue be solved? 18 November 2019. The issue of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem has long been a major source of dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, and most of the international community. The Trump administration has now, however, stated that settlements are not inconsistent with international law. Here is a brief guide to what it is all about. What are settlements? Settlements are communities established by Israel on land occupied in the 1967 Middle East war. This includes the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights.

The Israeli–Palestinian conflict is the ongoing struggle between Israelis and Palestinians that began in the mid-20th century. Various attempts have been made to resolve the conflict as part of the Israeli–Palestinian peace process, with only partial success, as at the end of 2019. The origins to the conflict can be traced back to Jewish immigration and sectarian conflict in Mandatory Palestine between Jews and Arabs.

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians' moral and legal territorial rights (roughly equal to those of the Jews/Israelis), and a long-standing aspiration fo.

A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians’ moral and legal territorial rights (roughly equal to those of the Jews/Israelis), and a long-standing aspiration for self-determination. A defense of the «two-state» option, and a qualified defense of the Oslo Accords against Islamist and radical Jewish rejectionist critics is therefore offered. Besides satisfying Palestinian aspirations, Palestinian statehood would help open the way to a comprehensive peace between the Arabs and Israel, through a just, negotiated settlement of the Syrian/Lebanese-Israeli territorial disputes. A comprehensive peace, in turn, should stimulate economic and cultural cooperation between Israel and the Arab countries (the «peace divided»), lending it additional strength. Increased stability should also result from the hoped-for liberalization and democratization of the region’s Arab regimes.
The Quest for Peace between Israel and the Palestinians (Conflict and Consciousness) download epub
Humanities
Author: Haig Khatchadourian
ISBN: 082044877X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (June 1, 2000)
Pages: 169 pages