By Shlomo Aloni
Israeli F-15 Eagle devices in wrestle КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: wrestle airplane 67Автор(ы): Shlomo AloniЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2006Количество страниц: 100ISBN: 1-84603-047-1Формат: pdfРазмер: 15.5 mbRapid eighty five
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13 The short-lived guerrilla-state entity in Gaza dealt with social deviance (crime), civil disputes and political crimes, in particular suspected collaborators, signifying the rise of a resistance-based policing authority in the Palestinian community. That authority was enhanced by the absence of local political leadership in Gaza, as the Egyptian military administration had striven to prevent such a leadership from emerging. The Gazan guerrilla success had flaws, however, as the pursuit of suspected informers got dangerously out of hand.
52 Cottam and Marenin (1989), p. 592. , pp. 592–3. 54 Reiner (1992), p. 5. Quoted in Wright and Mawby (1999), p. 338. 55 Berdal (1996), p. 57. 56 Wright and Mawby (1999), pp. 338, 340. 57 The balance between government control and police independence is a fine one. In democratic countries, the government usually has a role in (a) the police’s financial accountability, (b) the legislative basis of its formal accountability procedures and (c) the appointment of the chief of police, but the government should not have operational control.
Rapid demobilization may prove counterproductive and may exacerbate the security dilemma by providing little safety for the disarming and demobilizing guerrilla movement. For the newly established or reconstituted police forces, the dilemma lies in the politics of recruitment. 81 Although a clear and workable separation of military and police institutions is judged to be an essential condition for democratic policing, the need to provide employment for demobilized combatants and militants, as well as the lack of other trained personnel, often dictates the inclusion of significant numbers of former guerrillas and military personnel into the police.