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by David J. Schnall

  • ISBN: 0275917460
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: David J. Schnall
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger Pub Text (November 1, 1984)
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Beyond the green line. Israeli settlements west of the Jordan. Published 1984 by Praeger in New York. Politics and government, Land settlement, Israelis.

ISBN 13: 9780275917463. Publication Date: 11/1/1984. Help your friends save money!

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He said Israeli courts were better suited to decide the legality of the settlements, not biased international forums . Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi of Jordan, which is the custodian of Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, said on Twitter that the settlements kill 2-state solution efforts.

He said Israeli courts were better suited to decide the legality of the settlements, not biased international forums that pay no attention to history or facts. Mr. Gantz, a former army chief and centrist candidate who has the support of the Israeli left and some Arab lawmakers, politely welcomed the announcement but said that the fate of West Bank settlements should be determined by agreements that meet security requirements and that can promote peace.

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Israeli settlements are civilian communities inhabited by Israeli citizens, almost exclusively of Jewish ethnicity, built on lands occupied by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War. Israeli settlements currently exist in the Palestinian territory of the West. Israeli settlements currently exist in the Palestinian territory of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and in the Syrian territory of the Golan Heights, and had previously existed within the Egyptian territory of the Sinai Peninsula, and within the Palestinian territory of the Gaza Strip; however, Israel evacuated an. .

After the 1967 war, few in Israel recognized the inherent problems of building Jewish settlements beyond the Green .

After the 1967 war, few in Israel recognized the inherent problems of building Jewish settlements beyond the Green Line, for they were torn between reason and spiritual attachment to the land. As Gershom Gorenberg shows in this wonderfully written history, the building of settlements took on a life of its own-too easy to do, too hard to stop, and too easy to simply let happen.

Israel regarded the territories beyond the Green Line, unlike those within the Green Line, as occupied . The sections of the Green Line that delineate the boundaries between Israel, the West Bank and Gaza run through heavily populated regions.

Israel regarded the territories beyond the Green Line, unlike those within the Green Line, as occupied territories, and they were not incorporated into Israeli political and civilian administrative systems. The territories beyond the Green Line were administered by the Israeli military or later also by the Palestinian Authority. Citizenship by residence, for example, was determined with reference to the Green Line, as well as a person's refugee status.



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