The Arab-Israel Dispute

Synopsis

Each volume of the Library in a Book series is carefully designed to be a complete first-stop resource for research on important issues and events, many of which strongly affect the United States. Clearly written and organized, the books give the researcher an objective overview of the subject and a wealth of information in a variety of formats, as well as an extensive section on additional sources -- from other books to videos to web sites.

Each book includes:
-- A historical survey of the topic
-- A chronology of significant events
-- Information on court cases and/or significant legislation
-- Concise biographies of important people
-- A glossary of terms, names, and acronyms
-- An annotated bibliography (approximately one-third of the book)
-- A list of relevant organizations
-- A detailed index.

The dispute, now in its second century, between indigenous Palestinians and the European-born Zionist movement has been a focus of international attention since World WarI. The Arab-Israel Dispute profiles this conflict, from its historical roots to the present.

Additional information

Contributors:
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1996