Palestine

  • Some New Suggestions for Solving the Israeli–Palestinians Disputes

    Author: Gideon Biger
    E-mail: bigergideon@gmail.com
    Institution: Tel Aviv University (Israel)
    Year of publication: 2018
    Source: Show
    Pages: 439–447
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ppsy2018221
    PDF: ppsy/47-2/ppsy2018221.pdf

    Many suggestions have been presented for solving the Israeli – Palestinian dispute. As for now, none of those suggestions, presented during more than thirty years of negotiations, have been accepted by both sides. As for this, some new ideas have to be entered into the arena. Here some new, “out of the box”, geographical proposals are presented, based on actual events and geographical realities which exist in other areas. These proposals could be seen as un-human or politically wrong suggestions but as all other proposals were rejected, the decision makers of both sides, as well as the leaders of the world, can use the presented suggestion as a base for future negotiations.

  • Jak być polskim Żydem i zwolennikiem syjonizmu rewizjonistycznego po 1939 r? Rzecz o losach Jakuba Perelmana

    Author: mgr Dominik Flisiak
    Institution: Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach
    Year of publication: 2017
    Source: Show
    Pages: 355-373
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/siip201717
    PDF: siip/16/siip1617.pdf

    How to be a Polish Jew and supporter of Zionism-revisionist after 1939? The thing about Jakub Perelman’s fate

    Jakub Perelman, the author of memoirs, was born on 20 December 1902 in Warsaw. He was politically linked to the Zionist revisionists. This movement was created after the First World War thanks to the activity of Vladimir Jabotinsky. He was a poet, a soldier and a politician. Perelman’s memoirs concern his political activity, Polish-Jewish relations during the Second Polish Republic, events from the Second World War, and his views on life in People’s Poland. The last fragment of the memoir is related to Israel, where Perelman was in the early 1960s.

  • Prawosławni Palestyńczycy – pomiędzy muzułmanami, Żydami i Grekami

    Author: Dominika Kovačević
    E-mail: domkov@wp.pl
    Institution: Uniwersytet Warszawski
    Year of publication: 2018
    Source: Show
    Pages: 90-112
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/so2018105
    PDF: so/13/so1305.pdf

    Orthodox Palestinians – between Muslims, Jews and Greeks

    Palestinians are not a homogeneous group. One of the minority groups are Christians, the majority of whom is Orthodox. Although relatively few have stayed in their homeland, they still play an important role there. The Orthodox Palestinians have a strong feeling of identity, both ethnically, as Arabs, and religiously as Orthodox Christians. They face problems in three main domains. First, they are exposed to the same forms of discrimination from the Israeli regime as the rest of Palestinians – they are deprived of the opportunity to create and be part of their own, fully independent state. Second, they are a minority living among the Sunni majority nation. Thirdly, despite being a majority in their Church – Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem – they are under Greek domination in various areas. All these factors render the situation of Orthodox Palestinians very complex. The aim of this article is to show this situation and its potential influence on the Palestinian question and the Orthodox Church issues.

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