Palestine and the Palestinians in the 21st Century

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Index
Abbas, Mahmoud, 70, 92, 96–97, 99–100, 213, 223, 240, 245
Abdullah, King of Saudi Arabia, 98
Abu cAlaa, 92
Abu Mazen, 86. See also Abbas, Mahmoud
Abu Musa, Khitam, 150
Abunimah, Ali, 9, 221, 271
Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC), 53
Adalah, 264–265
Adams, Gerry, 234, 241
cadat wa taqalid (“customs and traditions”), 165–166, 182
ahl al-dhimma, 167
Akram, Susan, 5–6, 9, 121, 271
Ali, Ben, 198
Aliya, 24
Almond, Gabriel, 196
Alternative Alliance Bloc, 86, 95
American engagement, 223
American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 194–196, 202–203, 205, 213, 217
Amin al-Husseini, Hajj, 144–145
Amn al-Wiqai (Preventative Security), 164– 165, 176
Amnesty International, 6, 106
Anderson, Benedict, 16
Anderson, Perry, 19
annexation, 106–107, 229
appeasement, 4, 13, 62
al-Aqsa Intifada, 1, 46, 50, 71, 94, 114, 162
al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade, 94
Arab Awakening, 198
Arab Higher Committee, 144
Arab national liberation movements, 61–62, 64, 71–72, 144
Arab nationalism, 40, 61–63, 145
Arab oil economies, 36, 38–39
Arab Peace Initiative (2002), 60, 123, 126, 129
“Arab Problem,” 18
Arab-Israeli conflict, 40, 208, 212. See also Arab-Israeli wars
Arab-Israeli wars, 192; 1948 war, 1, 16, 69, 163, 176, 191, 228, 253, 258 (see also Nakba); 1967 war, 1, 64, 66, 127, 148, 192, 194, 229, 253–254, 259; 1973 war, 60, 66–67
Arabo-Greco synthesis, 171, 174
Arafat, Yasser, 2, 5, 66–67, 70, 91, 94, 99–100, 148, 165–166, 168–169, 176–177, 243
Arendt, Hannah, 24
Arlosoroff, Chaim, 20–24, 28, 31
Asad, Talal, 145
Ashrawi, Hanan, 86, 89–90
“Asia rising,” 199
al-Azm, Sadiq Jalal, 145
Balfour Declaration (1917), 257
al-Barghouti, Eyad, 144
Barghouti, Marwan, 92
Barghouti, Mustafa, 86, 89–90, 96
al-Barghouti, Tamim, 3, 60, 271
Baring, Evelyn, Earl of Cromer, 74
Baskin, Gershon, 266
Baumgarten, Helga, 61–62
Beinart, Peter, 196
Belfast Agreement (1998), 221–222, 232–240, 242, 244–245
Bell, Christine, 123
Ben-Gurion, David, 20–21
Bethlehem, 7, 86, 91, 162, 166–169, 173, 175– 181; Bethlehem University, 172
Biden, Joseph, 203, 216
binational state, 183, 222, 254
Bisharat, George, 106
Blair, Tony, 222, 241, 244
blockade of Gaza, 4–6, 99, 109–110, 115, 207, 223, 251
Blum, Etan, 29
Boucher, Richard, 210
BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and
South Africa), 199
Brit Shalom, 27
British Mandate, 173, 144, 146, 165, 192–193
Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 197

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