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  • January 01, 2015|Shaul BartalMiddle East Quarterly

    Shlomo Sand, The Arabs' Darling

    Jewish Israeli researchers whose books and writings achieve great appreciation among Arab communities in the Middle East are few and far between. Shlomo Sand is the exception. Since the initial publication of The Invention of the Jewish People five

  • September 01, 2013|Shaul BartalMiddle East Quarterly

    The Palestinian Refugee Problem Resolved

    During the 1948 war, some 600,000 Palestinian Arabs fled their homes to the neighboring Arab states or to parts of mandatory Palestine occupied by Arab states (the West Bank and Gaza).[1] Likewise, within a few years after the establishment of the...

  • June 01, 2012|Shaul BartalMiddle East Quarterly

    The Battle over Silwan

    On August 26, 2010, a violent clash broke out between Jewish and Arab residents of Silwan, a predominantly Muslim village outside the southern end of the walled Old City of Jerusalem. The name derives from the biblical "Shiloah"[1] and its...