Partitioning Palestine: Legal Fundamentalism in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

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Law lies at the roots of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Jews sought a national home by Public Law while Palestinians reject the project as illegal. Britain, the League of Nations and the United Nations all mobilised international law to justify their interventions. After the 1967 war, Israel organised an occupation with excessive legalism that most of the world viewed, in fact, as illegal. "Partitioning Palestine" focuses on three key moments in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict: the League of Nations Mandate, the United ...

Partitioning Palestine: Legal Fundamentalism in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict 2010, Pluto Press (UK), London, England

ISBN-13: 9780745323237

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Partitioning Palestine: Legal Fundamentalism in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict 2010, Pluto Press (UK), London, England

ISBN-13: 9780745323244

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