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by Paul Scham,Walid Salem,Benjamin Pogrund


There is no single history of the development of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

There is no single history of the development of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Israeli historical narrative speaks of Zionism as the Jewish national movement, of building a refuge from persecution, and of national regeneration. The Palestinian narrative speaks of invasion, expulsion, and oppression. Its no wonder peace remains elusive. This volume attempts to present both histories with parallel narratives of key points in the 19th and 20th centuries to 1948.

Paul Scham, Walid Salem, Benjamin Pogrund. There is no single history of the development of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Left Coast Press, 15‏/10‏/2005 - 298 من الصفحات. Its no wonder peace remains elusive

The Palestine–Israeli Conflict: A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Publications, 2003) . Paul Scham, Benjamin Pogrund and As'ad Ghanem (2013). JSTOR 1. 979/israelstudies.

The Palestine–Israeli Conflict: A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Publications, 2003), ISBN 1-85168-332-1. Israel and Palestine: The Past, Present and Direction of the Middle Eastern Conflict (Barrister and Principal, 2005), ISBN 978-80-87029-16-9. The Israel Palestine Project (2013), Israel and Palestine: A Common Historical Narrative. Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi and Zeina M. Barakat (2013). Israelis and Palestinians: Contested Narratives".

There is no single history of the development of the Israeli-Palestinian.

A Palestinian-Israeli Dialogue.

The reader has the opportunity to witness first hand a respectful confrontation between the competing versions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

At the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict rages a struggle between two foundational tragedies: the Jewish Holocaust and the Palestinian Nakba

At the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict rages a struggle between two foundational tragedies: the Jewish Holocaust and the Palestinian Nakba. The contending ways in which both events are commemorated is a known feature of the conflict. Less known are marginal attempts to jointly deliberate on them.

The histories are presented by 14 Israeli and Palestinian experts, joined by other historians, journalists, and activists.

Jerusalem: Modern Arab Press, 2005.

There is no single history of the development of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Israeli historical narrative speaks of Zionism as the Jewish national movement, of building a refuge from persecution, and of national regeneration. The Palestinian narrative speaks of invasion, expulsion, and oppression. Its no wonder peace remains elusive. This volume attempts to present both histories with parallel narratives of key points in the 19th and 20th centuries to 1948. The histories are presented by fourteen Israeli and Palestinian experts, joined by other historians, journalists, and activists, who then discuss the differences and similarities between their accounts. By creating an appreciation, understanding, and respect for the “other,” the first steps can be made to foster a shared history of a shared land. The reader has the opportunity to witness first hand a respectful confrontation between the competing versions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Tejora
"Shared Histories" is a bold experiment that has achieved notable success. It has begun the process of producing a common understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. If we cannot all agree on the interpretation, we must at least all be cognizant of the interpretations of different sides, and we must be able to agree on the bare facts. The authors initiated what is essentially a dialogue project between Israeli and Palestinian historians. This book is the result of that dialogue.

If you have read more than one account of the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, you know that it is virtually impossible to get an impartial account of any event or an impartial jury regarding any question in that conflict. The making of history is skewed not only by the inevitable honest personal biases, but often by conscious attempts to "spin" events in order to satisfy preconceived ideological notions. Two narratives inevitably were generated among two peoples, and an "industry" supporting and amplifying each of those narratives was generated to perpetuate and enlarge the differences. This situation does not aid in our understanding. More important, it is intended to vindicate one or the other side, and is not conducive to the convergence toward elements of a common perception needed as the basis for peace.

This book, and the process it has initiated, can go a long way to remedying the problem. Most of the major issues separating Israel Zionist and Arab Palestinian percepts of the genesis of the conflict are covered. Participants from both sides present and discuss their views of demographic changes and immigration, the evolution of Zionism and of the Palestinian Arab movement, the 1948 War of Independence, refugee question and more. They have created a genuine intellectual document in which working historians present their views and are challenged by their peers.

If you are seriously interested in understanding the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and are not afraid of slaughtering some ideological pet roosters and sacred cows, you need to read this book.
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Shared Histories: A Palestinian-Israeli Dialogue ebook
Author:
Paul Scham,Walid Salem,Benjamin Pogrund
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Routledge; 1 edition (October 15, 2005)
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