The Palestinian Table

Author: Reem Kassis
Editor: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714874968
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Authentic modern Middle Eastern home cooking – 150 delicious, easy-to-follow recipes inspired by three generations of family tradition. While interest in Middle Eastern cuisines has blossomed, the nuances and subtleties of Palestinian food are still relatively unexplored. In The Palestinian Table, Reem Kassis weaves a tapestry of personal anecdotes, local traditions, and historical context, sharing with home cooks her collection of nearly 150 delicious, easy-to-follow recipes that range from simple breakfasts and quick-to-prepare salads to celebratory dishes fit for a feast - giving rare insight into the heart of the Palestinian family kitchen.

The Arabesque Table

Author: Reem Kassis
Editor: Phaidon
ISBN: 9781838662516
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The Arabesque Table takes inspiration from the traditional food of the Arab world, weaving Reem Kassis's historic research and cultural knowledge with her contemporary interpretations of an ancient, remarkably diverse cuisine. In her personal, engaging voice, Reem bridges past and present to open up the world of Arabic cooking today, showcasing a mosaic of 130 delicious, accessible home recipes. Organized by primary ingredient, the recipes and vivid photographs bring the dishes to life while her narrative offers not only a sense of taste, but a sense of time and place as well. More than just a compilation of modern Arabic recipes, The Arabesque Table celebrates the evolution of Arab cuisine and the stories of cross-cultural connection it recounts, paying tribute to the history and journey that have led to this point. With the past on full display in this heavily researched and exciting book, you will find dishes from the Golden Age of Islam: like Narjissiya (a fava bean and egg hash) and Makmoora (a layered chicken, onion and pine nut pot pie), as well as contemporary and globally inspired interpretations: like Tahini Cheesecake and Caramelized Butternut Squash Fatteh with Za'atar, revealing a cuisine that is vibrant, nourishing, and exciting, but above all, reminding us of how powerful food is in defining the relationship between people, place and identity.

Intifada

Author: Zachary Lockman
Editor: South End Press
ISBN: 9780896083639
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This collection of critical essays includes eyewitness accounts from the West Bank and Gaza, discussions of Palenstinian society and politics, and analyses of the role of the United States in the Middle East and Palestine.

The Palestinian Peasant Economy Under The Mandate

Author: Amos Nadan
Editor: Harvard CMES
ISBN: 9780674021358
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Challenging the claim that Palestine's peasant economy progressed during the 1920s and 1930s, Amos Nadan skillfully integrates a wide variety of sources to demonstrate that the period was actually one of deterioration on both the macro (per capita) and micro levels. The economy would have most likely continued its downward spiral during the 1940s had it not been for the temporary prosperity that resulted from World War II. Nadan argues that this deterioration continued despite the British authorities' channeling of funds from the Jewish sector and the wealthier Arab sectors into projects for the Arab rural economy. The British were hoping that Palestine's peasants would not rebel if their economic conditions improved. These programs were, on the whole, defective because the British chose programs based on an assumption that the peasants were too ignorant to manage their farms wisely, instead of working with the peasants and their own institutions.

The Palestinian Strategic Report 2005

Author: Dr. Mohsen M.Saleh
Editor: مركز الزيتونة للدراسات والاستشارات
ISBN: 9953009430
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The Palestinian Strategic Report is a highly academic annual report that assesses the Palestinian situation. It rigorously studies the developments of various aspects of the Palestinian issue, i.e., internal political affairs, economic development, demographic indicators, the Arab, Islamic and international stands and the Israeli attitudes and policies, all within an academic, well-documented context that is supported with the most recent statistical data. This report is the product of a massive team-work exerted by a group of affiliated researchers and specialists; editors, and consultants. It is published both in Arabic and English. The first Report covered the year 2005, followed by the reports on 2006 and 2007, the report was well-received and highly acclaimed, especially within academics. Two years later, it can be surely asserted that this report is a must reference for every researcher or academic interests in the contemporary developments of the Palestinian issue and the Arab-Israeli conflict. Moreover, its English version is among the few highly academic and objective writings in this field by an Arab research centre.

Encyclopedia Of The Palestinians

Author: Philip Mattar
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0816069867
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Presents the history of modern Palestine and biographies of important Palestinians.

Israel And The Palestinian Refugees

Author: Eyal Benvenisti
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540681612
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This book offers diverse perspectives on the Palestinian refugee problem and the possible ways to facilitate its resolution. It contains contributions of Israeli, Palestinian and other scholars, and its main goal is to initiate an informed dialogue that will bridge the "knowledge gap" between the different camps. The book provides a comprehensive picture of the various aspects of the problem and of the possible means of its resolution.

The Palestinian Delusion

Author: Robert Spencer
Editor: Bombardier Books
ISBN: 1642932558
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Every new American President has a plan to bring about peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, and every one fails. Every “peace process” has failed in its primary objective: to establish a stable and lasting accord between the two parties, such that they can live together side-by-side in friendship rather than enmity. But why? And what can be done instead? While this failure is a consistent pattern stretching back decades, there is virtually no public discussion or even basic understanding of the primary reason for this failure. The Palestinian Delusion is unique in situating the Israeli/Palestinian conflict within the context of the global jihad that has found renewed impetus in the latter portion of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first. Briskly recounting the tumultuous history of the “peace process,” Robert Spencer demonstrates that the determination of diplomats, policymakers, and negotiators to ignore this aspect of the conflict has led the Israelis, the Palestinians, and the world down numerous blind alleys. This has often only exacerbated, rather than healed, this conflict. The Palestinian Delusion offers a general overview of the Zionist settlement of Palestine, the establishment of the State of Israel, and the Arab Muslim reaction to these events. It explores the dramatic and little-known history of the various peace efforts—showing how and why they invariably broke down or failed to be implemented fully. The Palestinian Delusion also provides shocking evidence from the Palestinian media, as well as statements from the Palestinian leadership, showing that negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians will never work. But there is still cause for hope. Spencer delineates a realistic, viable alternative to the endless and futile “peace process,” that shows how the Jewish State and the Palestinian Arabs can truly coexist in peace—without illusions or unrealistic expectations.

Zaitoun Recipes From The Palestinian Kitchen

Author: Yasmin Khan
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 1324002638
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One of the Best Cookbooks of the Year as chosen by The Guardian, BookRiot, The Kitchn, KCRW, and Literary Hub A dazzling celebration of Palestinian cuisine, featuring more than 80 modern recipes, captivating stories and stunning travel photography. Yasmin Khan unlocks the flavors and fragrances of modern Palestine, from the sun-kissed pomegranate stalls of Akka, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, through evergreen oases of date plantations in the Jordan Valley, to the fading fish markets of Gaza City. Palestinian food is winningly fresh and bright, centered around colorful mezze dishes that feature the region’s bountiful eggplants, peppers, artichokes, and green beans; slow-cooked stews of chicken and lamb flavored with Palestinian barahat spice blends; and the marriage of local olive oil with earthy za’atar, served in small bowls to accompany toasted breads. It has evolved over several millennia through the influences of Arabic, Jewish, Armenian, Persian, Turkish, and Bedouin cultures and civilizations that have ruled over, or lived in, the area known as ancient Palestine. In each place she visits, Khan enters the kitchens of Palestinians of all ages and backgrounds, discovering the secrets of their cuisine and sharing heartlifting stories.

The Palestinian Economy

Author: Arie Arnon
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004105386
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This book offers the only comprehensive overview of the Palestinian economy in the West Bank and Gaza during the last thirty years. The book analyses past trends, present conditions and alternative arrangements for the future. A comprehensive data set presents, for the first time, a detailed picture of the Palestinian economy.

The Palestinian Novel

Author: Bashir Abu-Manneh
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107136520
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What happens to the Palestinian novel after the national dispossession of the nakba, and how do Palestinian novelists respond to this massive crisis? This is the first study in English to chart the development of the Palestinian novel in exile and under occupation from 1948 onwards. By reading the novel in the context of the ebb and flow of Arab and Palestinian revolution, Bashir Abu-Manneh defines the links between aesthetics and politics. Combining historical analysis with textual readings of key novels by Jabra, Kanafani, Habiby, and Khalifeh, the chronicle of the Palestinian novel unfolds as one that articulates humanism, self-sacrifice as collective redemption, mutuality, and self-realization. Political challenge, hope, and possibility are followed by the decay of collective and individual agency. Genet's and Khoury's unrivalled literary homages to Palestinian revolt are also examined. By critically engaging with Lukács, Adorno, and postcolonial theory, questions of struggle and self-determination take centre stage.

The Palestinian Refugees In Jordan 1948 1957

Author: Abraham Ozer Plascov
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714631202
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The Palestinian Novel

Author: Ibrahim Taha
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780700712717
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Palestinian literature in Israel thematically tries to reinforce the Palestinian national identity of the Arab minority and at the same time expresses it strong yearning for equal citizenship. This book examines how authors who belong to this unique minority relate to their readers. -- Provided by publisher.

Fateful Triangle

Author: Noam Chomsky
Editor: Black Rose Books Ltd.
ISBN: 9781551641607
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From its establishment to the present day, Israel has enjoyed a special position in the American roster of international friends. In Fateful Triangle Noam Chomsky explores the character and historical development of this special relationship as well as its impact on the fate of the Palestinian people. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

The Palestinian Left And Its Decline

Author: Francesco Saverio Leopardi
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811543399
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This book examines the history of the Palestinian Left by focusing on the trajectory of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) during its declining phase. Relying on a substantial corpus of primary sources, this study illustrates how the PFLP’s political agency contributed to its own marginalisation within the Palestinian national movement. Following the 1982 eviction of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) from Lebanon, the bases of the PFLP’s opposition to Fatah’s primacy in the national movement were jeopardised. This book argues that the PFLP’s «loyalty» to the PLO institutional and political framework prevented the formulation of a real counterhegemonic political project. This drove the PFLP’s action to suffer a fundamental contradiction undermining its stance within the national movement. In the attempt to continue its opposition to Fatah, while maintaining integration in the Palestinian mainstream, the PFLP’s agency fluctuated, compromising its effectiveness and credibility. Apparently irreversible, the PFLP’s marginalisation is a factor fostering the current Palestinian impasse, as no alternative is emerging to break the thirteen-year long Hamas-Fatah polarisation.

The Status Of Palestinian Refugees In International Law

Author: Chief of the Field Relief and Social Services Program Lex Takkenberg
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780198265900
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The conflict over Palestine has produced one of the most tragic and compelling refugee crises of the post-WWII era. In the Palestinian-Israeli Declaration of Principles, signed in Washington, DC, in 1993, the fate of the 3.4 million Palestinian refugees was identified as one of the outstanding issues to be addressed in subsequent negotiations. This book ponders the status of Palestinian refugees in international law by focusing on the position of Palestinians in both the Arab world and the Western countries. It contains a thorough, useful analysis of various areas of international law--including refugee law, laws relating to stateless persons, humanitarian law, and human rights law--and shows the relevance of each to the provision of worldwide protection for Palestinian refugees.

Measuring The Efficiency Of Water Use In The Palestinian Territories

Author: Kamal A. Alsharif
Editor:
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Introduction To The Issue Of Palestinian Refugees

Author: Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh
Editor: مركز الزيتونة للدراسات والاستشارات
ISBN: 9953572798
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The 72-page book discusses the historical backgrounds of the Palestine issue and the emergence of the Palestinian refugee issue. It is mainly based on two lectures delivered by Dr. Mohsen Saleh at The Academy of Refugee Studies, providing rich material for scholars and activists interested in the Palestine issue. This book offers a clear definition of the land and people of Palestine, and refutes the Jews alleged historical claims to Palestine. It discusses the emergence of Zionism, the role of Britain in consolidating the Zionist project, the partition of Palestine, the emergence of the Palestinian National Movement, and Palestine’s war of 1948. It responds to the allegations that the Palestinians left their homeland willingly. The Introduction to the Issue of Palestinian Refugees offers facts and statistics of the number of Palestinian refugees, and a map of their residence worldwide. It is noted here that half of the Palestinian people live abroad, more than third have a refugee status, and more than two million refugees from the 1948 occupied territories live in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. It studies the international resolutions that tackled the Palestinian refugees issue and sheds light on the peace process.This book adheres to scientific and professional standards. It includes rich information and updated statistics, and provides the readers with many tables and charts.

Israel And The Palestinian Territories

Author: Daniel Jacobs
Editor: Rough Guides
ISBN: 9781858282480
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Describes points of interest off-the-beaten-path in the region and recommends hotels and restaurants

The Object Of Memory

Author: Susan Slyomovics
Editor: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812215250
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There was a village in Palestine called Ein Houd, whose people traced their ancestry back to one of Saladin's generals who was granted the territory as a reward for his prowess in battle. By the end of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, all the inhabitants of Ein Houd had been dispersed or exiled or had gone into hiding, although their old stone homes were not destroyed. In 1953 the Israeli government established an artists' cooperative community in the houses of the village, now renamed Ein Hod. In the meantime, the Arab inhabitants of Ein Houd moved two kilometers up a neighboring mountain and illegally built a new village. They could not afford to build in stone, and the mountainous terrain prevented them from using the layout of traditional Palestinian villages. That seemed unimportant at the time, because the Palestinians considered it to be only temporary, a place to live until they could go home. The Palestinians have not gone home. The two villages—Jewish Ein Hod and the new Arab Ein Houd—continue to exist in complex and dynamic opposition. The Object of Memory explores the ways in which the people of Ein Houd and Ein Hod remember and reconstruct their past in light of their present—and their present in light of their past. Honorable Mention, 1999 Perkins Book Prize, Society for the Study of Narrative