The Palestinian People : Seeking Sovereignty and State
Mustafa Kabha plumbs the complex story of the Palestinian people, from the revolts of 1936-1939 to the present, focusing on their efforts to establish a viable independent state-and the internal factors that have thwarted them.With unparalleled access to primary sources, as well as secondary material in Arabic, Hebrew, and English, Kabha provides an abundance of new information in a sweeping historical context. Uniquely combining his overarching narrative with the narratives of the multiple Palestinian communities throughout the Middle East, he makes a groundbreaking contribution to our understanding of the political, social, and cultural dimensions of Palestinian history.
- Hardback | 375 pages
- 157.48 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 680.39g
- 30 Mar 2014
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
- Expanded, Revised, Updated
About Mustafa Kabha
Mustafa Kabha is associate professor of history at the Open University of Israel. He has published numerous books and articles in Arabic, and his publications in English include The Palestinian Arab In/Outsiders: Media and Conflicts in Israel and The Palestinian Press as Shaper of Public Opinion.