Hadawi analyzes the people of ancient Palestine, through the years of British colonization; he examines the Jewish community and Zionism, the legacy of Jewish terror against both British and Palestinian targets. Later sections look at the role of the state of Israel, its treatment of Palestinians, and the emergence of the Palestine Liberation Organization. In the final chapter Hadawi covers the 1979 Camp David Accords, Israel's invasion of Leabon in 1982, and the intifada of mid-1989.
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Sami Hadawi is a Palestinian scholar who was born in Jerusalem in 1904. He worked as the official land valuer during the British Mandate period in Palestine, and later for the Jordanian government and with the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission. He served in a number of Arab and Palestinian diplomatic positions. In 1965, he became Director of the new Institute of Palestine Studies in Beirut.
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Descripción Interlink Pub Group Inc, 1998. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110940793814