The Palestine-Israel Journal is a quarterly of MIDDLE EAST PUBLICATIONS, a registered non-profit organization (No. 58-023862-4).
Bookmark and Share

Editorial Board

Adnan Abdelrazek

Danny Rubinstein

Sam'an Khoury

Daniel Bar-Tal

Walid Salem

Galia Golan

Gershon Baskin

Hind Khoury

Edy Kaufman

Ata Qaymari

Benjamin Pogrund

Nafez Nazzal

Dan Jacobson

Jumana Jaouni

Moshe Maoz

Munther Dajani

Khuloud Khayyat Dajani

Izhak Schnell

Lucy Nusseibah

Meir Margalit

Menachem Klein

Ali Abu Shahla

Ilan Baruch

Hanna Siniora

Yehudit Oppenheimer

Mossi Raz

Susie Becher

Frances Raday

Violence and its Alternatives
Vol.10 No.1 2003 covers/vol10-1cover.jpg

Table of Contents


  • No More Violence
         by Daniel Bar-Tal

  • No to Preemptive War in Iraq

  • In Memory of Rachel Corrie

  • Potential for a Non-Violent Intifada
         by Steven Kull

  • Needed, A New Approach:
          If a political process can‘t be resumed, Israel must act unilaterally.
         by Uri Sagie

  • Victim Terrorism
          Criteria for defining acts of terrorism must be clear and objective to develop a unified position against the scourge of international terrorism.
         by Jonathan Kuttab

  • Societal Costs of Political Violence: The Israeli Experience
          Demonization of the "enemy" and increased internal violence are two of the primary societal costs of the escalating conflict.
         by Simha Landau

  • On Violence and Resistance
          The lesson of the past two years is that violence can only breed violence.
         by Eyad El-Sarraj

  • We Know the Past; Do We Have to Live with It?
          The past teaches that clear borders are a key to a tolerable life.
         by Martin van Creveld

  • “New” versus “Old” Terrorism
          Is today‘s "new" terrorism qualitatively different from pre-September 11 "old" terrorism?
         by Martha Crenshaw

  • Palestine, 1987 - 2000: From Natural Law to Positive Law
          Examining the societal evolution that took place between the first and second Intifadas.
         by Roger Heacock

  • Children and Violent Conflict:
          Disturbing findings from a study of Palestinian children‘s dreams in the second Intifada.
         by Shafiq Masalha

  • The Road Map will Stand
         interview with Saeb Erekat

  • Violence and its Alternatives
          A PIJ Roundtable with Mohammad Abu Harthiyyeh, Giora Goren, Nura Karmi, Gaby Lasky. Susan Collin Marks from Search for Common Ground moderated

  • Did President Bush Expect the Unexpected?
          What will be the repercussions of the war in Iraq for the rest of the region?
         by Ziad AbuZayyad

  • A Call for an Escalation of Non-Violence
          Non-violence can be a key to Palestinian liberation and Israeli-Palestinian cooperation.
         by Amos Gvirtz

  • Ariel Sharon and the Fate of Local, Regional and International Peace
          Lasting solutions will require creativity, intuition and inovation.
         by Hisham Ahmed

  • The ANC Example
          How non-violence worked for the African National Congress.
         by Benjamin Pogrund

  • Images in the Eye of the Camera

  • Relief and Reform in the Palestinian Economy
          An interview with UNCTAD Coordinator Dr. Raja Khalidi.
         by Raja Khalidi

  • Suicide Sister
          A poem
         by Karen Alkalay-Gut

  • Recital
          A poem
         by Karen Alkalay-Gut

  • Enough for Me
          A poem
         by Fadwa Tuqan

  • The Deluge and the Tree
          A poem
         by Fadwa Tuqan

  • Poll
    Potential for a Non-Violent Intifada

         by Steven Kull

    Public Event
  • Separation and Conciliation
          A public discussion between senior Israeli negotiator Gilad Sher and Palestinian publisher Hanna Siniora.

  • Extracts from the Fourth Geneva Convention

    Chronology of Events
  • October 1, 2002, to January 1, 2003
          Edited by Najat Hirbawi

  •  © 2012 Palestine-Israel Journal. All Rights Reserved. Articles, excerpts, and translations may not be reproduced in any form without written permission.
    The Palestine-Israel Journal gratefully acknowledges the support of UNESCO for the initial development of the website.
    The Palestine-Israel Journal gratefully acknowledges the support of the European Union for the maintenance and development
    of the website.