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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Psychological Dimensions of the Conflict
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Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman
Letters to the Editors
Can psychoanalysis contribute to an understanding of the enemy? The enemy as part of ourselves as well as distinct from us.
by Shmuel Erlich
The peace process, against the background of the historical Israeli-Palestinian enmity, is not yet reconciliation. This must await a process of transformation which will take time.
by Bernard Sabella
The inner and outer reality of the conflict and empathy in light of Jewish and Palestinian childrenís dreams.
by Yoram Bilu
A psychiatrist and family therapist interprets the evolution of the conflict based on a model developed for couple psychotherapy.
by Mony Elkaim
Israelis and Palestinians must find a "why" for tolerance, understanding, forgiveness and empathy for the construction of a new cognitive system.
by Elia Awwad
The Rabin-Arafat handshake symbolized recognition, but the harsh terrain of dialogue is still ahead.
by Zali Gurevitch
In view of the rejection by Ashkenazi Jews of everything with an Oriental flavor, is Israeli society mature enough to respect the identity of a different people?
by Hanna Biran
A Palestinian freedom-fighter defines through his life experience how he sees the changing image of the Israeli.
by Jamal El-Deek
The Palestinians must address taboos and grave internal weaknesses, while Israel must tackle its arrogant colonial stance if the promise of peace is to become a reality.
by Eyad El-Sarraj
A Palestinian leaderís view on Israeli-Palestinian separation, the poisoned atmosphere, Hamas, Palestinian priorities and solutions.
by Daoud Kuttab
A Palestinian describes his many friendships with Jews throughout his life and asks his Jewish friends to encourage generosity in applying the peace process.
by Said Aburish
Reviewed by Manuel Hassassian
by Manuel Hassassian
Rabin may be a great man but his biography is full of flaws.
by Hillel Schenker
A Palestinian and an Israeli economist study cooperation between Israeli and Palestinian industrialists.
by Samir Hazboun and by Simcha Bahiri
Literature and the Arts
A story translated from the Hebrew by Yael Lotan.
by Yaacov Siman-Tov
by Tawfik Ziyad
Chronology of Events
Edited by Anat Cygielman