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Title Jerusalem : from occupation to city of peace / edited by Ali Kazak ; foreword by Ibrahim Abu Lughod ; preface by Ali Kazak ; introduction by PLO Negotiations Department
Edition Third edition
Published Manuka, ACT : Palestine Publications (Canberra), 2019

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Description iv, 332 pages, 20 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), maps (chiefly colour), portraits ; 24 cm
Contents Forward -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Essays: -- History of Jerusalem / by Mahdi Abdul Hadi -- Dome of the Rock: Jerusalem’s epicenter / by Walid Khalidi -- Transformation of Jerusalem, 1948 / by Ibrahim Matter -- Jerusalem and its changing boundaries / by the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs -- Status of Jerusalem in international law / by Palestinian Negotiations Affairs Department -- Jerusalem under United Nations resolutions / by Henry Catan -- Strangulation of the Arab Palestinian city / by Dr. Jad Isaac -- Jerusalem and the peace process / by Riziq Shuqair -- Projecting Jerusalem / by Edward W. Said -- On Jerusalem / by Sari Nusseibeh -- Sharing Jerusalem: the condominium solution / by John V. Whitlock -- 2. Zionism and the Bible: -- Ideology of Zionism / by Hassan Sa’b -- Bible says it’s ours / by Council for the Advancement of Arab British Understanding -- Christian Zionists, Israel and American politics / by Rev. Donald Wagner -- 3. Human rights: -- Systemic racial and religious oppression / by Ali Kazak -- Human rights in East Jerusalem / by Association for Civil Rights in Israel Said -- Policy of discrimination / by B’tselem – 4. Facts and figures -- .5. Quotes -- 6. Chronology -- 7. Documents: -- Omar Ibn al-Khatab’s convenant of 638 -- Report of the International Commission, December 1930 -- Letter from Egyptian President Sadat to US President Carter, 17 September 1978 -- Reply of US President Carter to Egyptian President Sadat, 22 September 1978 -- US letter of assurances to Palestinians, 18 October 1991 -- Palestinian response to the Peace Conference invitation and assurance letter, 21 October 1991 -- Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres’ letter to Norwegian Foreign Minister John Holst on Palestinian institutions in Jerusalem, 11 October 1993 -- Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Authority, 13 September 1993 -- Statements by US government officials on the status of Jerusalem -- Arab Peace Initiative -- International Court of Justice advisory opinion of 9 July 2004 -- 8. UN and other resolutions, communiques, and declarations: -- Security Council resolutions -- General Assembly resolutions -- UNESCO resolutions and decisions -- UN Commission on Human Rights of the Economic and Social Council resolution -- Other documents -- 9. Appendices: -- Abbreviations -- Glossary
Summary “A careful reading of this somewhat unique book of essays, documents, texts and international expressions would inform a reader seriously concerned with the peace process and its pitfalls and the centrality of Jerusalem to the permanent peace to be achieved by Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews in the overall resolution of the question of Palestine.”--Foreword
Analysis Australian
Notes Title page verso: First published in Australia in 1997 and second edition in 2003 under the title "The Jerusalem Question" by the General Palestinian Delegation (Canberra)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Previous edition 2003
Subject Cities and towns -- Israel -- Jerusalem -- History
Social conflict -- Jerusalem
Israelis -- Jerusalem -- Social conditions
Palestinian Arabs -- Jerusalem -- Social conditions
Arab-Israeli conflict
Jewish-Arab relations
Conflict management -- Jerusalem
Jerusalem -- History
Author Kazak, Ali, 1947-, editor, writer of preface
Abu-Lughod, Ibrahim, writer of foreword
Munaẓẓamat al-Taḥrīr al-Filasṭīnīyah. Negotiations Department, writer of introduction
ISBN 9780646993010 (paperback)
Other Titles Cover title: Jerusalem reader : from occupation to city of peace