The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History [4 volumes]: A Political, Social, and Military History
The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History is the first comprehensive general reference encompassing all aspects of the contentious Arab-Israeli relationship from biblical times to the present, with an emphasis on the era beginning with World War I.
The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict goes beyond simply recapping military engagements. In four volumes, with more than 750 alphabetically organized entries, plus a separate documents volume, it provides a wide-ranging introduction to the distinct yet inextricably linked Arab and Israeli worlds and worldviews, exploring all aspects of the conflict. The objective analysis will help readers understand the dramatic events that have impacted the entire world, from the founding of modern Israel to the building of the Suez Canal; from the Six-Day War to the Camp David Accords; from the assassinations of Anwar Sadat and Yitzhak Rabin to the rise and fall of Yasser Arafat, the 2006 Palestinian elections, and the Israeli-Hezbollah War in Lebanon.
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General Essays Introduction Overview of the Arab-Israeli Conflict Entries
Aaronsohn, Aaron Aaronsohn, Sarah Abbas, Abu Abbas, Mahmoud Abd al-Hadi,
Awni Abdel-Rahman, Omar Abdulhamid II, Sultan Abdullah, King of Saudi Arabia
The Arab-Israeli wars from 1947 collectively form one of the most important and
long-running conflicts of modern times. They have had a major impact not only on
the countries directly involved but also on the entire region and the world.
However, the terms of the Israeli evacuation of the Sinai aimed to provide it the
security it was lacking: UN observers were deployed along the armistice
demarcation lines to ensure that they would not be crossed by infiltrators. One
result of the ...
During 1970–1973, Rogers and UN mediator Gunnar Jarring introduced peace
plans that were rejected by both the Israelis and the Egyptians. Following
Nasser's death in September 1970, his successor, Anwar Sadat, was determined
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