Arabs & Israelis: A Dialogue

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&arabs
Israelis
A DIALOGUE

Saul Mahmoud
Friedländer Hussein

moderated by — JEAN LACOUTURE

translated by
Paul Auster
and
Lydia Davis

HOLMES & MEIER PUBLISHERS, INC.
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  • &arabs Israelis - A Dialogue *
  • Contents v
  • Foreword a New Beginning vii
  • I- First Day- The Past *
  • The Six Day War- A Historic Dividing Line 16
  • Two Unyielding Points of View 31
  • October 1973- A New Era? 42
  • A New Spirit on Both Sides? 53
  • The Negative Effect of the Great Powers 61
  • II- Second Day- The Present 70
  • Real Forces of Change *
  • The Range of Arab Diversity 97
  • The Question of Borders 108
  • Jerusalem 117
  • If the Voice of the People Could Be Heard… 123
  • "Secure" Borders and "Recognized" Borders 131
  • A Solution Imposed by Washington and Moscow? 134
  • III- Third Day- The Future 138
  • Do the Palestinians Exist? *
  • From Innocence to Zionism 153
  • Terrorism and the Question of Representation 168
  • The Law of Return 177
  • The Sabras and the Future 193
  • A Common Ground for the Youth of Both Sides 203
  • Afterwords to the American Edition *
  • Saul Friedländer *
  • Mahmoud Hussein 218
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