The Dark Side of Zionism: The Quest for Security through Dominance

The Dark Side of Zionism: The Quest for Security through Dominance

By: Baylis Thomas (author)Hardback

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The thesis of The Dark Side of Zionism, arising from new histories neglected by the media, is that both the early Zionists and the Israelis sought their security through military domination of the indigenous Arab population of Palestine. This strategy required avoiding negotiations with the Palestinians as well as demonstrating Israeli military might through wars initiated against Arab states opposed to an Israeli takeover of Palestine.

About Author

Baylis Thomas, who has taught at the Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Hospital, is the author of How Israel Was Won: A Concise History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict.

Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Part I. The colonization of Palestine (1880-1948) Chapter 3 Chapter 1. Concepts of colonization Chapter 4 Chapter 2. History of colonization and Palestinian dispossession (1880-1948) Part 5 Part II. Domination of Arab states (1949-1974) Chapter 6 Chapter 3. Hegemony in the Middle East Chapter 7 Chapter 4. History of the Arab-Israeli wars (1949-1974) Part 8 Part III. Search for global influence Chapter 9 Chapter 5. Weapons diplomacy, the political use of arms Chapter 10 Chapter 6. History of Israel's global weapons sales Part 11 Part IV. Colonization after 1967: Greater Israel and the illusory peace process Chapter 12 Chapter 7. Begin, Peres, Shamir and the Madrid Conference Chapter 13 Chapter 8. Rabin and the Oslo Accords Chapter 14 Chapter 9. Peres and Netanyahu and Wye River Chapter 15 Chapter 10. Barak and Arafat at Camp David Chapter 16 Chapter 11. Ariel Sharon: Force over peace Chapter 17 Chapter 12. Olmert and the 2006 Lebanon war Part 18 Part V. Prospects Chapter 19 Chapter 13. One-state, two-state, or continued apartheid? Part 20 Part VI. Other considerations Chapter 21 Chapter 14. Terrorism Chapter 22 Chapter 15. The paradox of nationalism Chapter 23 Chapter 16. Religion and possession in ancient Palestine

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780739126905
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 284
  • ID: 9780739126905
  • weight: 558
  • ISBN10: 0739126903

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