The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited / Edition 2by Benny Morris, Julia A. Clancy-Smith, Charles Tripp
Pub. Date: 12/31/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The birth of the Palestinian refugee problem is traced from the 1947-9 exodus and the first Arab-Israeli war through Israel's decision to bar refugee repatriation and the subsequent fate of the abandoned Arab territories.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1. Background; 2. 'Transfer': thinking in Zionism before 1948; 3. The first stage of the exodus, November 1947–March 1948; 4. The second stage of the exodus, April-June, 1948; 5. The third stage of the exodus,'The Ten Days', July 1948; 6. Deciding against a return of the refugees; 7. Preventing a return; 8. The fourth stage of the exodus, October- November 1948; 9. Clearing the borders; 10. Solving the refugee problem: the failure to reach agreement and a solution, 1949; Conclusion.
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