Role of religious nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Mehrzad, Javadikouchaksaraei (2016) Role of religious nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. PhD thesis, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

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    Abstract

    Konflik terhadap Palestin amat terkesan, terutamanya terhadap ideologi, agama, dan bahagian negara yang telah dibina berdekad lamanya. Tesis ini menganalisis dari segi konteks sejarah, idelogi, dan struktur kuasa yang berkaitan di antara Yahudi Israel dan Palestin Arab sepanjang abad kedua puluh. Matlamat dan tujuan utama tesis ini adalah mengkaji alasan bagi ketegangan yang berpanjangan dalam konflik Palestin – Israel. Terdapat pelbagai alasan di sebalik konflik yang berpanjangan ini. Namun demikian, tesis ini hanya menekankan tentang nasionalisme agama. di antara Palestin dan Yahudi. Konflik ini menggambarkan kegagalan kedua-dua pihak yang bertelingkah dalam menentukan konsesi wilayah mereka, yang berpunca daripada nasionalisme Arab dan Zionisme. Tesis ini mengkaji Perjanjian Perdamaian Israel-Palestin 1993-2000 (Persetujuan Damai Oslo menjadi era baru bagi rakyat Palestin) berdasarkan metodologi sumber primer dan sekunder daripada kajian kualitatif dengan analisis sejarah dan teori konstruktivis. The conflict over Palestine is deeply rooted in ideological, religious, and national divisions which is built up for decades. This thesis analyzed the historical context, ideology, and structures of power that animated relations between Israeli Jews and Arab Palestinians during the twentieth century. The primary aim and purpose of this thesis is to examine the reasons for the insoluble nature of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. The reasons behind the continuation of the conflict are various. However, this thesis mainly concentrated on the ones stemmed from the clash of Palestinian and Jewish religious nationalism. This conflict represents the failure of both sides in making any concession from their territorial attachments, which resulted from Arab nationalism and Zionism. The thesis investigated the Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement of 1993-2000 (the Oslo Accords has marked a new era for the Palestinians) by placing through the methodology of primary and secondary source of qualitative study investigating with historically analyze and constructivist theory.

    Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General) > H1-99 Social sciences (General)
    Divisions: Pusat Penyelidikan Dasar & Kajian Antarabangsa (Centre for Policy Research and International Studies CenPRIS) > Article
    Depositing User: Mr Noorazilan Noordin
    Date Deposited: 19 Oct 2017 15:01
    Last Modified: 17 May 2018 11:10
    URI: http://eprints.usm.my/id/eprint/37202

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