By Walid Khalidi

Khalidi is without doubt one of the such a lot influential Palestinian students and was once the chief of the joint Palestinian-Jordanian delegation to the center East Peace convention. He has been an outspoken critic of center japanese politicians, together with the Palestinians, and his essay "Thinking the Unthinkable" set out a imaginative and prescient of an autonomous Palestine that caused a vital debate between Palestinians and led the Palestinian nationwide Council in 1988 to undertake a coverage of mutual acceptance and self-determination for either Isralis and Palestinians. This quantity brings jointly Khalidi's essays, together with unpublished paintings, at the heritage and politics of the Arab-Israeli clash.

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15, 19; Baida, Bild, p. 22. 24. AA to RK, July 20, 1937, BAB, R 43 II/1424. 25. Awaisi, p. 98; cf. Lia, p. 151ff. 26. Cf. Lewis, Meer, p. ; Lewis, “Antisemitism,” p. ; Lewis, Juden, pp. ; Bouman, p. ; Kiefer, p. ; Rabinovich, “Antisemitism,” p. ; Nordbruch, p. ; Gessler, p. 49ff. 27. Küntzel, Djihad, p. 22. 28. Krämer, Jews, pp. 139–154; Lia, pp. 235–247; Awaisi, pp. 34–89; Mayer, pp. 41–82; cf. Jankowski, “Government,” p. ; Jankowski, “Responses,” pp. 1–38. 29. Krämer, Jews, p. 146f. 30. Mitchell, pp.

163. 105. The Times, Jan. 2, 1939; Stewart, Relations, p. 90. 107 He confirmed at the same time a “further exacerbation of the situation” in the Middle East: “The insurgents’ activities have caused the mandate government to close most police stations, administrative offices, and courts in the insurrectionist area. It can be claimed without exaggeration that the rebels currently control the majority of Palestine and that they also wield complete power over the Arabs located in areas ruled by the British.

Elpeleg, p. ; Jbara, p. 163ff. 90. Laurens, p. 68. 91. DGK Jerusalem to AA, Oct. 5, 1937, PAAA, R 104788. 92. DGK Jerusalem to DGK Beirut, Oct. 16, 1937, PAAA, R 104789; Kedourie, “Bludan,” p. 107ff. 93. Marlowe, p. 145f. 94. , p. 151f. 95. DGK Jerusalem to AA, Oct. 22, 1937, PAAA, R 104789; cf. Krämer, Geschichte, p. ; Hurewitz, p. ; Nevo, “Activity,” p. ; Kolinsky, “Collapse,” p. ; Lesch, p. ; Porath, Movement, p. 233ff. 96. Schattenfroh, p. 53f. Jihad in Palestine: The Arab Rejection of the Jews 21 the last minute, and then takes it back again and disappears after the gun has been fired.

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