Palestine/Israel: Peace Or Apartheid: Occupation, Terrorism and the Future

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Zed Books, 2002 - 173 Seiten
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This is an incisive analysis of where Palestinians and Israelis are, eight years on from the Oslo Accords of 1993, and the possible avenues to a just and durable peace. It lays out the causes of the Second Intifada and argues that this new rising shows that there can be no peace without injustice. Israel may not yet have reached the point where, a decade ago, President de Klerk recognized this fact for South Africa, but the same hard choices must one day be made. Marwan Bishara shows how the asymmetry of power between Palestinians and Israelis was ignored by patrons of the Oslo "peace process"--Notably the United States. The ill-conceived transition process degenerated into the fragmented and dependent apartheid statelet that exists today in the West Bank and Gaza. The Oslo process was in fact doomed from the start. The seven accords that have been signed have produced seven years of prosperity for Israelis, and seven years of collapsing economy and increasingly impossible living conditions for Palestinians.

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Palestinian author, journalist and public speaker, Marwan Bishara is also an Israeli citizen from Nazareth. He spends much of his time in the United States where, amongst other things, he is a board member of the Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine in Washington D.C. He travels widely and is currently based in France where he is a lecturer at the American University of Paris and a research fellow at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. In late 2001, he was invited to address a series of seminars organized by America's prestigious Council on Foreign Relations.He writes for a variety of newspapers, including the International Herald Tribune (Paris), Le Monde Diplomatique (Paris), Al Hayat (London), and WOZ (Zurich).

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