Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 1988 Cloth Revised Edition Fine in Very Good jacket 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. "First published in 1985, Raja Shehadeh's OCCUPIER'S LAW has become a basic
reference for the legal changes Israel has enacted in the West Bank since 1967. These changes-which include the transfer of some 60% of the land to Israeli control, the transformation of the territory through the construction of Jewish settlements and road grids connecting these settlements, and the establishemtn of a dual legal system extending Israeli civilian law to the Jewish settles while imposing a separte military law on the Palestinians-are well known. What Shehadeh adds to the debate is a detailed discussion of the legal instruments through which these changes have been effected." This book has 259 pages. The spine of the dustjacket has been sun-faded.
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