People of Nowhere by Danny Rubinstein
The Palestinian Vision of Home

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An Israeli journalist furnishes an incisive view of the Palestinian people, their concepts of home and homeland, and their hopes and changing expectations, in an analytical study of the conflict between Israelis and the Palestinians

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Published December 31, 1991 by Crown. 145 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Thus, as they fled or were displaced during the war that followed Arab rejection of the 1947 UN partition plan, Palestinians adamantly focused on ``return.'' The harsh realities of exile and, particularly, the new political order following the 1967 Six-Day War helped shift individual longings to ...

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