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AT THE CORE OF THE PROBLEM OF PEACE-ISRAEL AND THE WEST BANK: TWO VIEWS by Shlomo Avineri and Shmuel Schnitzer Don't Annex: Shlomo Avineri Israel should be ready to give up control of the West Bank and Caza and limit its demands to adequate security arrangements. For an opposite view, see...
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AT THE CORE OF THE PROBLEM OF PEACE-ISRAEL AND THE WEST BANK: TWO VIEWS by Shlomo Avineri and Shmuel Schnitzer Don't Annex: Shlomo Avineri Israel should be ready to give up control of the West Bank and Caza and limit its demands to adequate security arrangements. For an opposite view, see Shmuel Schnitzer on page 14. The political debate in Israel about the future of the West Bank and Gaza has been going on since 1967, when Israel gained control of these areas during the Six-Day War. With the return of the much larger area of Sinai to Egypt following the Camp David accords of 1978, the debate about the West Bank and Gaza became even more heated. These regions, being part of the historical Land of Israel, raise not only strategic and security issues but also deeply felt questions of historical identity, religious associations, and traditional symbolism. Two Schools of Thought. To characterize this debate as one between "hawks" and "doves" greatly oversimplifies the issue, nor does it do justice to the complexity of the problems involved. While there are many nuances in the articulation of the political views expressed in connection with the debate about the West Bank and Gaza, one may roughly classify them under two headings. The one school, roughly representing the position of parties comprising the Likud bloc and its partners, I would like to call the "territorial" school; the opposite view, mainly represented by the Labour Party, I would call the "sociological" school. Both schools view the issue of the future of the West Bank and Gaza on a much broader canvas than that of the future of an area or its population. For both schools of thought, the debate is about the very nature of Israel—the kind of society it will become, its principal goals, the hierarchical order of its value system. In short, it is a debate about the soul of the nation and is justly viewed as the most important issue faced by the Jewish state since its inception in 1948. Eretz Israel. The territorial school argues that the most important criterion for Israeli decision making should be the maximization of Jewish control over as much territory of historical Eretz Israel as possible. According to this school, the whole Land of Israel is—and should be—the homeland of the Jewish people. If the Zionist movement accepted the 1947 UN resolution calling for partition of the British Mandate of Palestine, this acceptance should be
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Cím: Britannica Book of the Year 1984 [antikvár]
Szerző: Deirdre Bair , Joe Rogaly , Mary Kaldor , Shlomo Avineri Shmuel Schnitzel
Kiadó: Encyclopaedia Britannica
Kötés: Fűzött keménykötés
ISBN: 085229428x
Méret: 220 mm x 290 mm
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