Arab-Palestinian society in the Israeli political system : integration versus segregation in the twenty-first century
- Rami Zeedan.
- Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2019.
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- xxx, 135 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Zeedan, Rami, author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 107-124) and index.
- Lists of Tables Lists of Figures Abbreviations Acknowledgments Introduction
- Chapter 1: Arabs in the Israeli Three Branches of Power
- Chapter 2: Arab Identity and Political Trends in Israel
- Chapter 3: Crisis in Arab-Palestinian Municipalities in Israel Conclusions Bibliography Appendixes Index About the Author.
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The Arab-Palestinian community, which constitutes 20 percent of Israel's population, is an ethnic minority living mainly in ethnically homogeneous cities and villages. Arab-Palestinian Society in the Israeli Political System offers a comprehensive, detailed examination of Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel within the Green Line in the twenty-first century. Rami Zeedan analyzes political trends, leadership, and the effects on Arab-Palestinian identity in Israel of recent changes, especially the 2015 legislative elections. The author also sheds light on the crisis and identifies the sources and relations to the local political structure in Arab localities in Israel. The book discusses the implications of the integration of an ethnic minority in an ethnic state and on the definition of Israel as "Jewish and Democratic.".
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- 9781498553148 (cloth : alk. paper)
- 9781498553155 (electronic : alk. paper)
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