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Khaled Abu Aker
Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
40 Years Later
Vol.14 No.1 2007
Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Given the failure of “unification,” the division of Jerusalem may accomplish more.
by Moshe Amirav
In discussions of Jerusalem’s future, the people are usually forgotten or marginalized.
by Nazmi Ju’beh
City Hall policy derives from ideology and a discriminatory organizational culture.
by Meir Margalit
The separation wall has made of thousands of Palestinians exiles in their own homes.
by Bernard Sabella
The separation wall may critically endanger the peace process, harm residents and risk further destabilization.
by Nora Biatra-Rayan and by Daniela Yanai
Jerusalem is an Arab city occupied and subject to the applicability of the law of belligerent occupation.
by Ibrahim M. Sha’ban
National aspirations, religious and municipal aspects and the periphery require compromises.
by Ruth Lapidoth
Israel has failed to “unify” Jerusalem; the city remains divided 40 years on.
by Ziad AbuZayyad
On that Friday night, my one-dimensional perception of the Arab “other” cracked.
by Menachem Klein
Although they deliberated about modalities, the Israelis were overwhelmingly in favor of the annexation of Jerusalem.
by Sufyan Abu Zayda
Can joint peace projects be transformed to meet the needs of the population?
by Walid Salem
interview with Meron Benvenisti
Moshe Amirav, Menahem Klein, Ruth Lapidoth, Nazmi Ju’beh, Riad Malki, Mazen Qupty. Moderators: Ziad AbuZayyad, Amnon Kapeliouk
The Arab League Peace Initiative could change the whole Israel-Palestine equation
by Paul Scham
by Adam LeBor, reviewed by John Bunzl
Amnesty After Atrocity? Healing Nations after Genocide and War Crimes by Helena Cobban, both reviewed
by Sol Gittleman
by Azzam Abu-Saud
by Mahmoud Darwish
by Yusuf Hamdan
by Shirley Kaufman
by Ariel Hirschfeld
Chronology of Events
Compiled by Najat Hirbawi