Citations with the tag: ISRAEL-Arab Border Conflicts, 1949-
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- Operation scroll.
Silberman, Neil Asher // Archaeology; Mar/Apr94, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p27
Opinion. Comments on the project of the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) `Operation Scroll' which plans to recover ancient artifacts at a disputed site near the Jordan Valley and the western shore of the Dead Sea. Coincidence of project with the signing of an agreement between Israel and the...
- The search for peace: Prospects for Arab-Israeli negotiations.
Quandt, W.B. // Brookings Review; Summer91, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p20
Looks at America's role in prodding reluctant Arabs and Israelis to the peace table and why the US is so concerned that peace be achieved. Interest in predictable supply and minimal price fluctuation of oil; Historical, moral, and political tie to the well-being of the Jewish state; No Middle...
- Can Israel withdraw?
Bard, M.; Bar-Illan, D. // Commentary; Apr88, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p27
A new Palestinian state could come into being through unilateral withdrawal by Israel, or through negotiations. But whatever the process leading up to it, the great question is what would happen once it were established. Presents a best-case answer and a worst-case scenario on the outcome of...
- Is Jordan Palestine?
Pipes, D.; Garfinkle, A. // Commentary; Oct88, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p35
Opinion. Debunks the identification of Jordan with Palestine on historical, cultural, and political grounds. Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); Israeli reaction to a potential overthrow of King Hussein of Jordan; The West Bank.
- Can the Palestinians make peace?
Pipes, D. // Commentary; Apr90, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p26
Questions current United States policy on the Arab-Israeli peace process. Balfour Declaration; Different interpretations of the Arab-Israeli struggle; Exclusion of the Arab states; Problems with Palestinianism.
- Israel after the Gulf War.
Bar-Illan, D. // Commentary; May91, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p35
Argues that the Arab-Israeli conflict won't be resolved merely by the West pressuring Israel to make concession, but instead by pressing for changes in the Arab world. Arab countries must become true democracies, not dictatorships; Israeli willingness to exchange some territory for peace; Wary...
- PBS does it again.
Bar-Illan, D. // Commentary; Jul92, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p51
Discusses Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) documentaries on the Arab-Israeli conflict. `Days of Rage'; `The Arab and the Israeli'; `Struggle for Peace: Israelis and Palestinians,' directed by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea; `Women Under Seige'; Historic falsehoods promoted in `Struggle for Peace';...
- The deportations.
Bar-Illan, David // Commentary; Mar1993, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p41
Discusses the deportation of some 400 Palestinians from the administered territories by the Israeli government. Decision by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and increasing popularity; Negotiations over the territories; Deaths of six uniformed Israelis and the decision for deportation; Comments from...
- Another statement on the peace process.
Podhoretz, Norman // Commentary; Jun93, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p25
Opinion. Expresses misgivings about the peace negotiations between Rabin's Israel and the Arabs. Syrian motive of regaining the Golan Heights without paying the price of peace with Israel; Question of how Israel can prevent Palestinian autonomy on the West Bank and Gaza from developing into...
- In crossfire of Mideast conflict, Samaritans look for a future.
Prusher, Ilene R. // Christian Science Monitor; 1/16/98, Vol. 90 Issue 36, p7
Examines how the Samaritans are dealing with the conflict in Israel between Israelis and Palestinians. Attempts by the Samaritans to reunite their fractured community; Comments from Benjamin Tsedaka, a Samaritan leader in Holon; How Israel has treated the Samaritans; Why the Palestinian...
- Israeli troops killed.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 6/15/95, Vol. 87 Issue 140, p2
Reports the killing of Palestinian Liberation Organization Chief, Yassar Arafat's guards and a fugitive by the Israeli troops. Stopping of demolition in Jerusalem.
- The road beyond Hebron.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 1/16/97, Vol. 89 Issue 36, p20
Focuses on what is next for the Middle East now that the Hebron agreement has been signed. Listing of the issues concerning the Palestinians in Israel that must be addressed; Discussion of future plans for Israeli troop redeployment in accordance with the Oslo Accords; Opposition to the...
- Spotlight on Jerusalem.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 3/5/97, Vol. 89 Issue 68, p20
Reports that one of the most problematic areas in peace negotiations in the Middle East, is whether or not Jerusalem should be divided between the Arabs and the Jews or if it should remain as Israel's capital. Role the United States can play in alleviating problems; Rebukes from United States...
- Arab against Jew.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Current Events; 10/26/90, Vol. 90 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the violent October 8 confrontation between Jewish worshipers and Palestinian Arabs near the Western Wall on Jerusalem's Temple Mount. Israeli troops killed 21 Arabs and injured over 100 others after Arabs threw rocks and bottles at the Israelis. History of Palestine and the...
- Putting a lid on the PLO.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Harper's Bazaar; Feb89, Issue 3326, p22
Report on guidelines issued by the Israeli Broadcasting Authority for coverage of the Palestine National Council's Declaration of Independence in November 1988.
- How to answer Palestine's challenge.
Said, E.W. // Mother Jones; Sep88, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p16
Opinion. Commentary on the Palestinian uprising in Israel's occupied territories, by Edward W. Said, a member of the Palestine National Council; How the uprising has brought the Palestinian people together; Effects on world opinion; History of Palestinians; Role of Israel and Arab states.
- Israel from abroad.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 11/14/88, Vol. 71 Issue 17, p3
Discusses the problems facing the Israeli government. Analyzes Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's expected negotiations to settle the Palestinian problem as well as Israel's image on the continent.
- Assembly renews call for Middle East peace conference.
Salpeter, E. // United Nations Chronicle; Mar89, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p50
Describes the UN move to Geneva for December 13-15, 1988 to hear Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Leader Yasir Arafat address the General Assembly after the US denied Arafat a visa. Highlights of Arafat's address; General Assembly's response.
- A grassroots call for peace in Palestine.
Salpeter, E. // United Nations Chronicle; Dec90, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p24
Reports on two major symposia held in Geneva by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) which adopted declarations calling for a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian question. Alarmed by massive immigration to Israel from Eastern Europe; Adopted at the seventh United Nations International NGO...
- `Safe and immediate return' of deportees asked.
Salpeter, E. // United Nations Chronicle; Jun93, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p38
Reports that Israel's December, 1992, deportation of more than 400 Palestinians from the occupied territories has been strongly condemned by the Committee on the Excercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People. Persistent refusal to comply with Security Council resolution 799;...
- Israel's militant minority.
Salpeter, E. // Christian Century; 3/7/90, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p241
Reports on the organization and political plans of ultranationalist Israelis. Formation of Judea, a second independent Jewish state; Reaction of other Israelis; Terrorism.
- Invisible Palestinians: Ideology and reality in Israel.
Ruether, R.R. // Christian Century; 7/1/87 - 7/8/87, Vol. 104 Issue 20, p587
Analyzes a proposition to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which involves recognizing Palestinians as fellow human beings and treating them with respect. Palestinians anger at past humiliations and repression; History of the conflict.
- Beyond zero-sum thinking in the Arab-Israeli struggle.
Eckhardt, A.R. // Christian Century; 12/16/87, Vol. 104 Issue 37, p1143
Argues that struggles for human liberation most often appear to be zero-sum cases, cases in which a gain for one party is inevitably a loss for the other, but that this might not necessarily have to be so.
- Of `occupation' and `double standards.'
Eckhardt, A.R. // America; 5/11/1991, Vol. 164 Issue 18, p507
Contends that now that Iraq has been removed from Kuwait, the time has come to face up to the question of a Palestinian homeland. Senator Bob Dole (R. Kans.) on April 28 `This Week With David Brinkley' says the United States may have to reconsider Israeli aid program to bring the Shamir...
- HOLY LAND REAL ESTATE CLAIMS.
Eckhardt, A.R. // America; 10/19/1991, Vol. 165 Issue 11, p261
Editorial. Comments on the land problems between the Palestinians and Israelis. Calls Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir and Housing Minister Ariel Sharon's use of $10 billion loan guarantee for plans in the `occupied territories' a policy of de facto annexation. Failure of Arab leaders Hafez...
- The inseparables.
Avishai, Bernard // New Yorker; 4/24/95, Vol. 71 Issue 9, p5
Opinion. Comments on the idea of separation or the physical fencing off of Israelis from Palestines. Death of Israelis from acts of terrorism for which Hamas and Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility; Possibility of establishing a joint security force between Israelis and Palestinians with...
- The Mideast on the back burner.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 11/27/89, Vol. 72 Issue 18, p5
Studies the impact of Eastern European reform on the Middle East. Improved relations with Israel; Reduced world focus on the Middle East; Influence on Israeli-Arab negotiations.
- Four mistakes about Israeli politics.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 3/19/90, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p7
Addresses several misunderstandings that explain why, so far, the Israel-Palestine peace process has failed to progress. Background of Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's proposal named `The Shamir Plan'; Substance of the plan; Dispute over the peace process viewed solely in terms of party politics;...
- Three Israeli policemen.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 5/5/95, Vol. 87 Issue 112, p2
Reports the injury on Israeli policemen and a Palestinian in a squabble at Al Aqsa Mosque on May 4, 1995.
- Nothing's simple.
Steinfels, M.O. // Commonweal; 5/4/90, Vol. 117 Issue 9, p277
Opinion. Reports on conversations with Israelis and Palestinians. Political, social, and economic problems created by the occupation; Challenge of the `intifadah'; Divisions inside Israel.
- Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?
Hanson-Harding, Alexandra; Prusher, Ilene R. // Junior Scholastic; 11/1/96, Vol. 99 Issue 6, p6
Discusses the bitterness between Israelis and the Palestinians and their struggle for the control of Jerusalem. Threats to the Middle East peace process; Role of the United States as a peacemaker; Summit meeting of the high level officials in Washington D.C.; Worry of political experts that...
- Deeper war on the West Bank.
Mott, G.; Kubic, M.J. // Newsweek; 4/4/88, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p43
Israel's Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin authorized Jewish settlers to shoot at firebombers inside Israel's embattled occupied territories. The settlers cheered new, tough measures, even though they may provoke an escalation of violence. The Israeli crackdown is an admission that combined...
- After the Palestinian intifada.
McGrath, P. // Newsweek; 5/16/88, Vol. 111 Issue 20, p37
For the first time, the Palestinian uprising in the West Bank and Gaza seems to be breaking stride, although signs of the uprising remain everywhere. Both Israelis and Palestinians are starting to talk about a post-uprising environment. Recent changes in fighting attitude, and outlook. . See...
- Gaza/West Bank.
McGrath, P. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 04/04/97, Vol. 41 Issue 14, p16
Reports on the casualties from the violence which erupted between Israeli troops and Palestinians on March 25, 1997 and Israel's closure of the Gaza and West Bank on March 21.
- Palestinians and the power of hope.
Meyer, L.H.; Mayeski, M.A. // Christian Century; 2/19/92, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p180
Editorial. Comments on how we view the Palestinian people as just terrorists who are the United States' and Israel's enemy. What these people have done for themselves during their occupation in the West Bank and in Israel that fosters their power of hope; Three initiatives came out of the 1970s...
- Unmuddling the Middle East.
Goldberg, J.J. // Scholastic Update; 10/4/91, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p6
Traces the history of the conflict between Arabs and Israelis. Roots of the conflict; Creation of the modern state of Israel; Blame laid against each other for starting the conflict; How Israel took over the `occupied territories'; Rise of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); Start of...
- Middle East peace: Where five leaders stand.
Westreich, J.; Monagle, K. // Scholastic Update; 10/4/91, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p11
Surveys the views of five Middle East leaders on the issue of the conflict between Arabs and Israelis. Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir; Yasir Arafat, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); King Hussein of Jordan; President Hafez al-Assad of Syria; Egyptian President...
- Enough of blood and tears.
Buchsbaum, Herbert // Scholastic Update; 9/16/94, Vol. 127 Issue 2, p10
Reports on the factors that pushed Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) toward peace. Positions of each side in the Palestinian-Israeli dispute; Conflict over Palestine; PLO's armed struggle; Rejection by extremists of the peace agreements. INSETS: Lesson plan 2, by Teaching...
- Children of Abraham.
Buchsbaum, Herbert // Christian Science Monitor; 9/30/96, Vol. 88 Issue 214, p20
Editorial. Discusses the peace process in Israel as it relates to the religious heritage of Jews, Christians and Arabs. Origin of Jews, Christians and Arabs in relation to Abraham; Effects of violence in Israel; Biblical history of Abraham.
- Palestinian Christians fear for the future.
Buchsbaum, Herbert // Christianity Today; 8/20/90, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p43
Discusses the views of Palestinian Christians over tensions in their region. Comments from Melkite Catholic priest Elias Chacour on the harassment faced by Christians; Violence from both sides.
- Rocks and politics in Israel.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 2/22/88, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p5
An analysis of the violence still continuing daily on the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The moving force behind the Arab violence. The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israeli policy developments. Political consequences to Israel.
- Four questions for Israel.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 3/21/88, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p3
Analysis of the continuation of the disorders in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. The interconnectedness of the economies; The power of the Palestine Liberat ion Organization (PLO); Questions of how Israel can correct its image in the West; What steps can be taken to control disorders; How the...
- The politics of not saying no.
Salpeter, E. // New Leader; 4/18/88, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p7
Analysis of the patterns of provocation and repression in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict in the occupied areas of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. US Secretary of State George Shultz's plan for a settlement met with avoidance of an absolute `No' by all parties except the Palestine Liberation...
- A dialogue of the deaf.
Salpeter, E. // America; 6/2/1990, Vol. 162 Issue 21, p540
Editorial. Suggests that the inability of Israel and Arab countries to negotiate is due to different cultural perspectives on how to communicate. Examples of misunderstandings in the past and present.
- Baker: Sheepdog diplomacy?
Warner, M.G. // Newsweek; 4/17/89, Vol. 113 Issue 16, p40
Discusses Secretary of State James Baker's Middle East peace plan, which is designed around getting the Egyptians and Israelis to talk directly to one another. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir both recently visited the US; Outlook.
- The 'Question of Palestine': Middle East Conflict.
Sherman, William C. // World Affairs; Winter81/82, Vol. 144 Issue 3, p237
Addresses the Arab-Israeli border conflicts over the Palestine Question. Explanation of the various obstacles and challenges that need resolution; Conditions for supporting the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.
- Israel wages economic war.
Watson, R.; Kubic, M.J. // Newsweek; 3/28/88, Vol. 111 Issue 13, p40
Israel has tried to stifle the rebellion in occupied territories by cutting off fuel supplies and barring Palestinian travel between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and some unruly Arab towns were prevented from exporting goods to Jordan. The Palestinians are fighting back by cutting down on...
- Between a rock and Iraq.
Hiltermann, J.; Azar, G. // Mother Jones; Jan/Feb91, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p52
Contends that support of Iraq has rejuvenated the intifada, the Palestinian popular uprising, but due to lack of strategy it is becoming irrelevant. Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas); The Palestine Communist Party; Unified National Leadership of the...
- Bishop's principles for Middle East peace.
Kimball, C.A. // Christian Century; 11/1/89, Vol. 106 Issue 32, p972
Editorial. Comments on the recent US Catholic bishops' pastoral letter on the problems in the Middle East. Acknowledgement of Israel's right to have secure boundaries; Palestine's right to territorial and political sovereignty over their homeland; The bishops' treatment of Lebanon.
- U.S. rabbis urge sharing Temple Mount.
Kimball, C.A. // Christian Century; 12/20/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 36, p1330
Reports that United States rabbis have called for the sharing of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem between Jews and Muslims in line with the violence between Israel and Palestine. Views of the rabbis on the military conflict between Israel and Palestine; Reasons behind the dispute between Jews and...