The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967-1991: Political Aspects

The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967-1991: Political Aspects

The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967-1991: Political Aspects

The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967-1991: Political Aspects

Synopsis

This original study focuses on the growing politicization and radicalization of the Arab minority within Israel--excluding the Israeli-administered territories--from 1967 to the present. Using both written and oral sources, Landau analyzes the diverse political views and attitudes of Muslims, Christians, and Druzes in Israel. Examining trends among the general Arab population in Israel, he looks specifically at political behavior and struggles, organizations, problems of identity, electoral trends, education, language, and literature.

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Thanks, entailing no responsibility, are due for research grants from the Levi Eshkol Institute, the Harry S Truman Institute, the Central Authority for Research, and the Shaine Centre--all four at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; to Ms Mira Reich, of Jerusalem, for editorial improvement of the typescript; and to the staff of the Oxford University Press, Oxford, for patiently attending to the publication of this volume.

J.M.L.

Jerusalem January 1992 . . .

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