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The Arab-Israeli Conflict
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  • ISBN:9780521629539
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):History
  • Author(s):Tony McAleavy
  • Available from: January 1998

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  • DESCRIPTION

    The Arab-Israeli Conflict is full colour throughout, highly illustrated and include a range of activities to motivate students.

  • Contents
  • CONTENTS
    • The conflict today
    • Palestine and the Jews – from biblical to modern times
    • The rise of Zionism
    • Nazi Germany and the foundation of Israel
    • The first Arab–Israeli War
    • The origins of the Palestinian refugee problem
    • The Suez crisis and the Sinai campaign
    • Review: the early days of the Israeli–Palesinian conflict
    • 1967 – the Six Day War
    • Yom Kippur
    • The PLO
    • Peace with Egypt, war in Lebanon
    • Israel – a divided society?
    • Israel and the superpowers
    • The Intifada and the 1993 peace agreement
    • Review: Israel and the Palestinians since 1967.
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