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Israeli Judaization policy in Galilee and its impact on local Arab urbanization.
Written in English
Taken from Political geography quarterly, vol 8, no.3, 1989, pp.229-253.
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The figures were presented in order to show that: Of the total area of land at the disposal of the local population in the Galil, a total of dunams, dunams (%) are under the jurisdiction of the Israeli Judaization policy in Galil and Arab urbanization Jewish population, dunams (%) are under the jurisdiction of the non-Jewish [Arab] population.3 The remaining Cited by: These fears include the possibility that the Galil Arabs wished to secede from the Israeli state and that they are indeed part of the Palestinian people which desires its own national entity as part of the Arab and Muslim 02AO/91/ liutterworth-Heinen-iann Ltd Israel's 'Judaization' policy in the Galil world, a world hostile to Israel (p.
).Cited by: 3. estinian villages. The present paper focuses on the policy of Judaization in the Galilee, where Palestinian Arab population continues, despite all efforts to the contrary, to form a significant majority.
Nearly all Israeli geographers and planners who have dealt with the policy of Judaization have expressed concern that the local Palestinian population. Falah, G.: Israeli ‘Judaization’ policy in Galilee and its impact on local Arab urbanization. Political Geography Quarterly 8/3, – () Google ScholarCited by: Falah, Ghazi.
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It has developed industrial zones almost exclusively in the Jewish communities. Between andJerusalem endured much under Israeli occupation. Its western part has been completely cleansed of its Arab presence and rendered a Jewish area, while its eastern part is being subjugated to an unrelenting process of Judaization led by Israel to change its face and identity on the demographic, religious and cultural levels.
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Google Scholar | Crossref | ISI Falah, G. ( b) The Forgotten Palestinians, Arab An-Naqab Cited by: Palestinian Arab groups and institutions confronted Judaization of Galilee projects by announcing a general strike on 30 March in defense of Arab lands.
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