by: GEW Intelligence Unit

Editor: Hichem Karoui

269 pages
Collection: Geopolitics

Ebook and Paperback

This book aims to be a guide to the Israeli-Palestinian multi-layered struggle deeply rooted in historical grievances, political aspirations, and competing claims to land, resources, and sovereignty.



The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a protracted and multi-layered struggle deeply rooted in historical grievances, political aspirations and competing claims to land, resources and sovereignty. In this comprehensive guide by the GEW Intelligence Unit, readers will gain an in-depth understanding of the complex dynamics shaping this enduring conflict. Through meticulous research and analysis, the book delves into the historical, cultural, and geopolitical factors that have contributed to the ongoing tensions between Israelis and Palestinians. With a serious and objective tone, this guide provides a nuanced exploration of the conflicting narratives, power struggles, and international interventions that continue to shape the region. Essential reading for anyone seeking to grasp the complexities of this enduring dispute, The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict offers a sobering examination of one of the world’s most entrenched geopolitical challenges.

– The book provides a comprehensive examination of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, exploring its historical context, the Palestinian perspective, Israel’s military dominance, the role of the international community, and the impact of psychological warfare.
– It highlights the importance of land and religion to the Palestinians and discusses the dire humanitarian situation faced by the population in Gaza and the West Bank.
– The book emphasises the need for effective and inclusive diplomacy, addressing underlying grievances, ensuring equal rights and opportunities for all, and fostering a culture of coexistence and understanding for a just resolution of the conflict.
– It also discusses the complexities of the conflict, including the expansion of Israeli settlements, security concerns, water rights, and the status of Jerusalem.
– The book acknowledges the role of external actors, their influence on the peace process, and the challenges posed by regional and international dynamics.
– Overall, the book aims to contribute to informed discussions and promote positive change surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.




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