Expulsion Of The Palestinians: The Concept Of

  • Title: Expulsion Of The Palestinians: The Concept Of "Transfer" In Zionist Political Thought, 1882 1948
  • Author: Nur Masalha
  • ISBN: 9780887282423
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Expulsion Of The Palestinians The Concept Of Transfer In Zionist Political Thought In this meticulous work based almost entirely on Hebrew archival material Nur Masalha examines the Zionist concept of transfer or the expulsion of the Palestinian population to neighboring Arab lan
    In this meticulous work, based almost entirely on Hebrew archival material, Nur Masalha examines the Zionist concept of transfer, or the expulsion of the Palestinian population to neighboring Arab lands Masalha establishes the extent to which transfer was embraced by the highest levels of Zionist leadership, including virtually all the Founding Fathers of the IsraeliIn this meticulous work, based almost entirely on Hebrew archival material, Nur Masalha examines the Zionist concept of transfer, or the expulsion of the Palestinian population to neighboring Arab lands Masalha establishes the extent to which transfer was embraced by the highest levels of Zionist leadership, including virtually all the Founding Fathers of the Israeli state.

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    About Nur Masalha


    1. Professor Nur Masalha is a Palestinian historian and formerly Director of the Centre for Religion and History at St Mary s University, Twickenham He is Editor of Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies euppublishing journal hls, published by Edinburgh University Press He is the author of many books on Palestine Israel His current work focuses on religion and politics in the Middle East, oral history and social memory theory, subaltern studies, new Palestinian and Israeli historiography, the Bible and Zionism, Holy Land toponymy, Jerusalem archaeology, theologies of liberation in Palestine and Life Long Learning in Palestine.


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    1. This is an interesting and very fascinating examination into the history of the Zionist Movement and their leadership's vision for an independent state without any Arabs living within its borders. Dr. Masalha will stir up tremendous controversy and conflicting claims and debates with his well written and documented book. His book shows clearly the vision, designs and goals that were the driving forces within the Zionist Movement. I learned and discovered new "facts" surrounding the history of th [...]

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