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Title: Jerusalem and the politics of settlement in the Middle East
Authors: Hamad, Ahmad Jamil Ahmad
Keywords: Jerusalem - Politics and government - 20th century;Jerusalem - International status;Arab-Israeli conflict
Issue Date: 2002
Abstract: This thesis covers the issue of Jerusalem in the Arab-Israeli conflict since the British occupation 1917, the main argument is that , contrary to assertions the conflict has defined and redefined their positions regarding the city in different occasions , the construction of nation-states and national identities have been the primary reason for the changes in the definitions. By drawing in the theory of conflict resolution and the literature of nationalism the thesis validates the core argument by close scrutiny of the positions held by the parties to the conflict
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