新たなインティファーダ:イスラエルのアパルトヘイトに抗して(序言:チョムスキー)<br>The New Intifada : Resisting Israel's Apartheid

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新たなインティファーダ:イスラエルのアパルトヘイトに抗して(序言:チョムスキー)
The New Intifada : Resisting Israel's Apartheid

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 354 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781859843772
  • DDC分類 956.94054

基本説明

Foreword by Noam Chomcky. Here, a group of experts, many of them directly involved in the conflict, trace the course of the uprising, its concequences for the Palestinian people and the Israeli state, and its likely impact on the future of peace in the middle East.

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Frustrated by the failure of the peace process to end the occupation, and outraged by Ariel Sharon's invasion of the Haram Al-Sharif in East Jerusalem, the Palestinian population of Israel and the Occupied Territories rose up in September 2000. The second Intifada has raged ever since. In these pages, a group of writers and analysts, many of the directly involved in the conflict, trace the origins of the uprising, its consequences for the Palestinian people and the Israeli state, and its likely impact on the future of peace in the Middle East. They discuss the role of the United States in the conflict, pick apart the fraudulence of the Oslo accords, examine the brutal response of the Barak and Sharon governments, and critically appraise the strategy of the Palestinian leadership. In addition, several contributors provide eloquent first-hand reports from the front line of the Intifada - from the streets of Jerusalem and Gaza, to the refugee camps in Lebanon and schools on the West Bank. Photographs provide searing testimony to the heroism and costs of the resistance. Maps illustrate the stranglehold Israel continues to exert over the Palestinian territories.The case for an international grass roots movement in support of Palestinian rights is made with urgency and persuasive clarity. Contributors: Ali Abunimah, Ghassan Andoni, Omar Barghouti, Nidal Barham, Azmi Bishara, Noam Chomsky, Robert Fisk, Muna Hamzeh, Hussein Ibish, Jan de Jong, Jennifer Loewenstein, Nancy Murray, Allegra Pacheco, Mouin Rabbani, Glenn Robinson, Sara Roy, Edward Said, Salman Abu Sitta, Ahdaf Soueif, Mayssoun Sukarieh. Gila Svirsky, and Alison Weir.

Table of Contents

Forword                                            2  (3)
Roane Carey
Introduction 5 (22)
Noam Chomsky
PART I: REPRESSION AND RESISTANCE
Palestinians Under Siege 27 (18)
Edward W. Said
Under the Gun: A Palestinian Journey 45 (24)
Ahdaf Soueif
A Smorgasbord of Failure: Oslo and the 69 (22)
Al-Aqsa Intifada
Mouin Rabbani
Decline and Disfigurement: The Palestinian 91 (20)
Economy After Oslo
Sara Roy
The Peace of the Powerful 111(14)
Glenn E. Robinson
The Agony of Beit Jala 125(14)
Nidal Barham
The Palestinians of Israel 139(20)
An Interview
Azmi Bishara
Gaza: A Report From the Front 159(6)
Alison Weir
Palestine's Tell-Tale Heart 165(16)
Omar Barghouti
Flouting Convention: The Oslo Agreements 181(28)
Allegra Pacheco
A Comparative Study of Intifada 1987 and 209(12)
Intifada 2000
Ghassan Andoni
Notes From Dheisheh 221(12)
Muna Hamzeh
PART II: THE MEDIA WAR
The US Media and the New Intifada 233(26)
Ali Abunimah
Hussein Ibish
America's Last Taboo 259(10)
Edward W. Said
PART III: REFUGEES, REMEMBRANCE, RETURN
Banishment: The Palestinian Refugees of 269(18)
Lebanon
Jennifer Loewenstein
Life in the Camps 287(6)
Mayssoun Sukarieh
``This Is a Place of Filth and Blood...'' 293(6)
Robert Fisk
The Implementation of the Right of Return 299(22)
Salman Abu Sitta
PART IV: ACTIVISM AWAKENED
The Israeli Peace Movement Since the Al-Aqsa 321(12)
Intifada
Gila Svirsky
Rebuilding Our Activism 333(12)
Nancy Murray
About the Authors 345(4)
Resource Guide 349