National Minority, Regional Majority: Palestinian Arabs Versus Jews in Israel (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution)

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The struggle between Israelis and Palestinians has proven to be
one of the most complex and intractable conflicts of our time, persisting
for more than a century despite the efforts of leaders in
both the Middle East and the West. In National Minority, Regional
Majority, Yitzhak Reiter reexamines the relationship between the
Jewish majority and the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel, focusing
on the unique dynamic at work there between a religiously and
ethnically defined majority and a significant national minority with
assurance and erudition. Reiter explores the complex factors that
influence the ethnonational conflict. Drawing extensively on the
theory of “interlocking conflicts,” the author chronicles the pattern
of alternating tranquility and rebellion in Jewish-Arab relations.
Reiter’s meticulous research and nuanced analysis yield a
sophisticated interpretation of Israeli policy toward the Palestinians
and offer a powerful approach toward conflict management.

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Yitzhak Reiter is associate professor of political science at Ashkelon Academic College of Bar-Ilan University and lecturer in conflict research, management, and resolution at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of six books, including Jerusalem and Its Role in Islamic Solidarity.

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A comprehensive, detailed, and solid analysis of the exceptional conflict between the Jewish majority and the Arab minority in Israel. --Saliba Sarsar, Monmouth University

"An important study...well worth reading." Alex Grobman, Jewish Voice and Opinion --Jewish Voice and Opinion

"[P]rovides fascinating and previously undocumented details associated with the author's personal engagement with the issue."- Middle East Journal --Middle East Journal

"In this eye-opening work Yitzhak Reiter constructs a new sociological paradigm by suggesting that Israel is a Jewish majority in a sea of Arabs. What sounds simplistic is actually significant....Readers will be left with a new perspective on Israeli society and a better understanding of the Middle East and of Israel's position in the region." Jewish Book World --Jewish Book World

"The struggle between Israelis and Palestinians has persisted for more than a century despite the efforts of leaders in both the Middle East and the West. Here Yitzhak Reiter reexamines the relationship between the Jewish majority and the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel, focusing on the unique dynamic at work there between a religiously and ethnically defined majority and a significant national minority with assurance and erudition. Drawing extensively on the theory of "interlocking" the author chronicles the pattern of alternating tranquility and rebellion in Jewish-Arab relations."- SHOFAR --SHOFAR

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