See also the list of current history, The Palestinian Story Today
Through Secret Channels (Reading : Garnet Publishers, 1995)
WF [Wasif Fahmi] Abboushi
The Unmaking of Palestine (Cambridge : Middle East & North African Studies Press/MENAS, 1985)
The Angry Arabs (Philadelphia : Westminster Press, 1974)
Michel F. Abcarius
Palestine through the Fog of Propaganda (Hutchinson, 1946) A partial counter to the Zionist narrative, using numerous Government sources, the Arab Higher Committee, and JMN Jeffries’ 1939 work, Palestine : The Reality. Topics assessed include commerce & industry, immigration, land policy & agriculture, the military and civil administrations.
Nahla Abdo aka Nahla Abdo-Zubi (Carleton University, Ottawa)
Captive Revolution : Palestinian Women’s Anti-Colonial Struggle Within the Israeli Prison System (Pluto Press, 2014) Both a story of present detainees and the historical Socialist struggle throughout the region.
Women in Israel : Race, Gender and Citizenship (Zed Books, 2011)
-with Nadirah Shalhoub-Kevorkian : Acknowledging the Displaced : Palestinian Women’s Ordeals in East Jerusalem (Jerusalem : Women’s Study Centre, 2002)
Women and the Politics of Military Confrontation : Palestinian and Israeli Gendered Narratives of Dislocation (Berghahn Books, 2002)
Family, Women and Social Change in the Middle East : The Palestinian Case (Canadian Scholars’ Press, 1987)
Nahla Abdo-Zubi, Heather Montgomery & Ronit Lentin : Women and the Politics of Military Confrontation : Palestinian and Israeli Gendered Narratives of Diclocation (New York City : Berghahn Books, 2002)
Nahla Abdo, Rita Giacaman, Eileen Kuttab & Valentine M. Moghadam : Gender and Development (Birzeit University Women’s Studies Department, 1995)
See also : Nadirah Shaloub-Kevorkian
Living Memories: Testimonies of Palestinians’ Displacement in 1948 (Al Rowat for Studies and Research, 2017) Slim volume of testimonies from six Palestinians who experienced the Nakba.
GT Abed, editor
The Palestinian Economy : Studies in Development under Prolonged Occupation (Routledge, 1988)
Unprotected : Palestinians in Egypt Since 1948 (Beirut, Ottawa & Washington DC : Institute for Palestine Studies / International Development Research Center, 2009)
Roger Adelson (University of Arizona)
London and the Invention of the Middle East : Money, Power, and War, 1902-1922 (Yale University Press, 1995)
Mark Sykes : Portrait of an Amateur (Jonathan Cape, 1975)
Daud Abdullah (Director, Middle East Monitor)
Edited with Ibrahim Hewitt : The Battle for Public Opinion in Europe : Changing Perceptions of the Palestine-Israel Conflict (Middle East Monitor, 2012) with foreword by Karen Koning AbyZayd.
with Mohamad Nasrin Nasir : The Universal Theology of Liberation : Views from Muslim History (Wembley, London : Islamic Human Rights Commission, 2011) with foreword by Arzu Merali
Concerns about British and EU Roles in Palestinian Authority Human Rights Abuses in the Occupied West Bank (Middle East Monitor, 2009)
A History of Palestinian Resistance (Friends of Al-Aqsa, ca. 2005)
Thomas Philip Abowd (Tufts University)
Colonial Jerusalem : The Spatial Construction of Identity and Difference in a City of Myth, 1948-2012 (Syracuse University Press, 2014) Publisher’s blurb : “This book shows how colonialism, far from being simply a fixture of the past as is often suggested, remains a crucial component of Palestinian and Israeli realities today. Abowd deftly illuminates everyday life under Israel’s long military occupation as it is defined by processes and conditions of “apartness” and separation as Palestinians are increasingly regulated and controlled. Abowd examines how both national communities are progressively divided by walls, checkpoints, and separate road networks in one of the most segregated cities in the world. Drawing upon recent theories on racial politics, colonialism, and urban spatial dynamics, Colonial Jerusalem analyzes the politics of myth, history, and memory across an urban landscape integral to the national cosmologies of both Palestinians and Israelis and meaningful to all communities.”
Ziyad Abu ‘Amr
Islamic Fundamentalism in the West Bank and Gaza : Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad (Indiana University Press, 1994)
The Making of a Human Bomb : An Ethnography of Palestinian Resistance (Duke University Press, 2009)
Raouf Sa’d Abujaber & Felicity Cobbing
Beyond the River : Ottoman Transjordan in Original Photographs (Stacey International, 2005)
Said K. Aburish
Arafat : From Defender to Dictator (Bloomsbury, 1998)
The Arabs and the Holocaust : The Arab-Israeli War on Narratives (Metropolitan Books, 2009) **
With Michel Warschawski : The 33 Day War : Israel’s War on Hezbollah in Lebanon and its Consequences ** (Paradigm Books, 2007)
Peter Ackerman & Christopher Kruegler, with forewords by Gene Sharp & Hardy Merriman
Stategic Nonviolent Conflict : The Dynamics of People Power in the Twentieth Century (Praeger, 1994)
Chaos or Rebirth – The Arab Outlook (BBC Books, 1968) Based on a radio series the author did, travelling through Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait and the Sudan, with the Palestinians of course not overlooked.
Michael Adams and Christopher Mayhew
Publish it not…The Middle East Cover-Up (Longman, 1975 / Signal Books, 2006) The authors take turns relating how Zionist opposition routinely confronted and sometimes defeated the pair : Adams, for his reporting in the Guardian, and Mayhew, for seeming stench of his concerns in the House of Commons. After almost 30 years as a Labour MP, Mayhew found himself harassed by Harold Wilson, who was unquestioningly loyal to the Israelis, and so he joined the Liberals. Adams was the Middle East correspondent when his reporting was critical of Israel in the 1960s, that resulted in a drop in sales.
Michael Adams & Guy Ottewell
A 20-Year Span and the Rise of Terrorist Gangs to Statehood Can Not Change the Israeli-Zionist Mentality, Bent of Destruction and Terror – Dier Yassin, 1948 : Zeita, Beit Nuba and Yalu, 1967 (PLO/Al-Fateh, ca. 1969-1970) – 22pp.
Balfour : The Last Grandee (John Murray, 2007)
Jane Adas, John Mahoney & Robert Norberg, editors
Burning Issues : Understanding and Misunderstanding the Middle East – A 40 Year Chronicle (Americans for Middle East Understanding, 2007) – 19 mostly American authors in articles published in The Link, the magazine of AMEU)
Sami Adwan, Dan Bar-On, & Eyal Naveh, editors
Side By Side : Parallel Histories of Israel-Palestine (New York City : The New Press, 2012) Historical overview with the left and right-sided pages each reflecting the narratives of each party.
Sami Adwan, Efrat Ben-Ze’ev, Menachem Klein, Ihab Saloul, Tamir Sorek & Mahmoud Yazbak
Zoom In : Palestinian Refugees of 1948 – Remembrances (Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation / Republic of Letters Publishing, 2011) – bilingual : Hebrew – English. Publisher’s blurb : “Palestinian and Israeli university students are presented with a catalogue of period photographs from 1948 and then asked to provide their personal impressions. These individual reactions are then analyzed by the scholars, providing a multi-perspective commentary and analysis that underscores the urgent need for building greater understanding for the common history of this region. A particularly insightful case study is presented by Menachem Klein and Mahmoud Yazbak who jointly investigate how the 1948 expulsion and deportation of Palestinian refugees from the villages of Aylut and Malul are remembered today, both at the individual and collective levels.” Note : This is a free download as well, via historyandreconciliation.org See also : Efrat Ben-Ze’ev : Remembering Palestine in 1948 – Beyond Historical Narratives (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
State of Exception (University of Chicago Press, 2005) Translated by Kevin Attell. Philosopher’s focus on the United States but relevant for ’emergency powers’ in Israel. See also Marcelo Svirsky & Simone Bignall, editors : Agamben and Colonialism (Edinburgh University Press, 2012)
with Ahmad S. Khalidi : A Framework for a Palestinian National Security Doctrine (Royal Institute of International Affairs / Chatham House, 2006)
with Ahmad S. Khalidi : The Arab-Israeli Conflict : An Outline of Alternatives – War and de facto Peace (New York City : Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East, 1972)
with Shai Feldman : Track-II Diplomacy : Lessons from the Middle East (MIT Press, 2003)
Out of Jerusalem? Christian Voices from the Holy Land (Palestinian General Delegation to the United Kingdom, 1997)
Selected Writings of Eqbal Ahmad (Columbia University Press, 2006) -Includes some writings on Palestine.
Arin Ahmed [interviewee], Benjamin Ben-Eliezer [interviewer], and Ron Rege, Jr. [illustrator]
She Sometimes Switched to Fluent English and Occasionally Used a Few Words of Hebrew. An interview conducted in Israel, June 9, 2002. Arin Ahmed was a Palestinian prisoner who had decided at the last minute not to go through with a suicide bombing, and was arrested by Israeli forces soon thereafter. (San Francisco : McSweeney’s, 24pp, 2004) Transcript adapted into small comic book format.
Eleanor Aitken [founder of UNIPAL, charity for educational exchange with Palestinians, est. 1972]
Ariadne’s Thread : Through the Labyrinth to Palestine and Israel (Cambridge : Cornelian, 1999) Work on women human right workers and teachers.
Susan M. Akram, Michael Dumper, Michael Lynk & iain Scobbie, editors
International Law and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : A Rights-Based Approach to Middle East Peace (Routledge, 2011) Contents: Myths and realities of the Palestinian refugee problem : reframing the right of return / Susan M. Akram — United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) : protection and assistance to Palestine refugees / Scott Custer, Jr. — Restitution and compensation for Palestinian refugees and displaced persons : principles, practical considerations, and compliance / Terry Rempel and Paul Prettitore — Constructive ambiguities? Jerusalem, international law, and the peace process / Michael Dumper — Legal strategies at the United Nations : a comparative look at Namibia, Western Sahara, and Palestine / Stephanie Koury — “No security without law” : prospects for implementing a rights-based approach in Palestinian-Israeli security negotiations / Omar Dajani — Self-determination in the Palestine context / John Quigley — Natural resources and belligerent occupation : perspectives from international humanitarian and human rights / Iain Scobbie — Building the rule of law in Palestine : rule of law without freedom / Feras Milhem and Jamil Salem — One state not two? A cruel examination of the two-states-are-impossible argument for a single-state Palestine/the land of Israel / Ian Lustick — Maximazing rights : the one-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict / George Bisharat.
Controversy and Crisis : Studies in the History of the Jews in Modern Britain (Boston : Academic Studies Press, 2008)
London Jewry and London Politics, 1889-1986 (Routledge, 1989)
The Jewish Community in British Politics (Clarendon Press, 1983)
The New Intifada : Insrael, Imperialism and Palestinian Resistance (Socialist Workers Party, 2001)
Intyernationa Law int he Middle East : Closer to Power than Justice (Ashgate, 2004)
as editor : Unlocking the Middle East : The Writings of Richard Falk (Moreton-in-Marsh : Arris Publishing, 2003)
Jamie Allinson (University of Edinburgh / Westminster University)
The Struggle for the State in Jordan : The Social Origins of Alliances in the Middle East (IB Tauris, 2015/2016)
The Sabra : The Creation of the New Jew – translated by Haim Watzman (University of California Press, 2000) A sociological, Zionist look at the Israeli elite : how it adopted Palestinian dress and vocabulary for irony, and how the Sabras transformed and rejected both historical Judaism and European Jewish attitudes to fit a new, largely anti-intellectual nationalism. In 1948, soldiers under the Sabra elite leadership, “were strictly forbidden, on penalty of court-martial and severe punishment, to confiscate property of any type.” Sources mostly Israeli.
Alternative Tourism Group
Palestine and Palestinians : Guidebook (Ramallah : ATG, 2008)
American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (San Francisco chapter)
The Palestinian Al Aqsa Intifada 2000 Reader (AAAC, 94pp, 2000)
L.S. Amery (co-author of the Balfour Declaration)
My Political Life – autobiography Vol. 2 (Hutchinson, 1953)
Amnesty International (International Secretariat) – many publications, including :
Unlawful and Deadly : Rocket and Mortar Attacks by Palestinian Armed Groups During the 2014 Gaza/Israel Conflict (AI, 2015)
‘Strangling Necks’ : Abductions, Torture and Summary Killings of Palestinians by Hamas Forces during the 2014 Gaza/Israel Conflict (AI, 2015)
‘Nothing is Immune’ : Israel’s Destruction of Landmark Buildings in Gaza (AI, 2014)
Exiled and Suffering : Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon (AI, 2007)
Enduring Occupation : Palestinians under Siege in the West Bank (AI, 2007)
Iraq : Human Rights Abuses against Palestinian Refugees (AI, 2007)
Occupied Palestinian Territories : Torn apart by Factional Strife (AI, 2007)
Israel/Lebanon : Under Fire : Hizbullah’s Attacks on Northern Israel (AI, 2006)
Israel/Lebanon : Deliberate Destruction of ‘Collateral Damage?’ Israeli Attacks on Civilian Infrastructure (AI, 2006)
Israel/Lebanon : Israel and Hizbullah Must Spare Civillians : Obligations under International Humanitarian law of the Parties to the Conflict in Israel and Lebanon (AI, 2006)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : The Road to Nowhere (AI, 2006)
Israel / Lebanon : Out of All Proportion : Civilians Bear the Brunt of the War (AI, 2006)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Occupation, Conflict and Patriarchy : Women Carry the Burden (AI, 2005)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : The Place of the Fence/Wall in International Law (AI, 2004)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Families Split by Discriminatory Policies i (AI, 2004)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Under the Rubble : House Demolition and Destruction of Land and Property [Executive Summary] (AI, 2004)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Surviving under Seige : The Impact of Movement Restrictions on the Right to Work (AI, 2003)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Israel Must End its Policy of Assassinations (AI, 2003)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : The Issue of Settlements Must be Addressed According to International Law (AI, 2003)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Shielded from Scrutiny – IDF Violations in Jenin and Nablus (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : Without Distinction; Attacks on Civilians by Palestinian Armed Groups (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : Killing the Future : Children in the Line of Fire (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : Without Distinction : Attacks on Civilians by Palestinian Armed Groups (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Mass Detention in Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Conditions (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories :The Heavy Price of Israeli Incursions (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : Killing the Future : Children in the Line of Fire (AI, 2002)
Israel and the Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : The Right to Return : The Case of the Palestinians (AI, 2001)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : State Assassinations and other Unlawful Killings (AI, 2001)
Israel and the Occupied Territories/Palestinian Authority : the Right to Return: the Case of the Palestinians (AI, 2001)
Palestinian Authority : Silencing Dissent (AI, 2000)
Medical Letter Writing Action : Killings and Disrupted Health Care in the Context of the Palestinian Uprising (AI, 2000)
Israel / Lebanon : Attacks on Lebanese Civilians in South Lebanon by Israeli Forces (AI, 2000)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Mass Arrests and Police Brutality (AI, 2000)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Excessive Use of Lethal Force (AI, 2000)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Demolition and Dispossession : The Destruction of Palestinian Homes (AI, 1999)
Israel – The Price of Principles : Imprisonment of Conscientious Objectors (AI, 1999)
Palestinian Authority : Defying the Rule of Law; Political Detainees Held without Charge or Trial (AI, 1999)
Syria : Caught in a Regional Conflict; Lebanese, Palestinian and Jordanian Political Detainees in Syria (AI, 1999)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Demolition and Dispossession; the Destruction of Palestinian Homes (AI, 1999)
Israel/Occupied Territories and the Palestinian Authority : Five Years after the Oslo Agreement; Human Rights Sacrificed for ‘Security’ (AI, 1998)
Israel/South Lebanon : Israel’s Forgotten Hostages – Lebanese Detainees in Israel and Khiam Detention Centre (AI, 1997)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Administrative Detention : Despair, Uncertainty and Lack of Due Process (AI, 1997)
‘Under Constant Medical Supervision’ : Torture, Ill-Treatment and health Professionals in Israel and the Occupied Territories (AI, 1996)
Palestinian Authority : Death in Custody of Mahmud Jumayel (AI, 1996)
Palestinian Authority : Prolonged Political Detention, Torture and Trials (AI, 1996)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Death by Shaking : The Case of ‘Abd al-Samad Harizat (AI, 1995)
Israel and the Occupied Territories : Oral Statement to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Israeli Occupied Territories (AI, 1995)
Israel and the Occupied Territories, including the Areas Under the Jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority : Trial at Midnight; Secret, Summary, Unfair Trials in Gaza (AI, 1995)
Israel and the Occupied Territories, including the Areas Under the Jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority : Human Rights : a Year of Shattered Hopes (AI, 1995)
Town Arrest Orders in Israel and the Occupied Territories (AI, 1984)
Report and Recommendations of an Amnesty International Mission to the Government of the State of Israel , 3-7 June 1979, including the Government’s Response and Amnesty International Comments (AI, 1980)
Report of an Amnesty International Mission to Israel and the Syrian Arab Republic to Investigate Allegations of Ill-Treatment and Torture, 10-24 October 1974 (1975)
Arab Prisoners under Israeli Occupation : Reports on the Treatment of Certain Prisoners under Interrogation in Israel (AI with Baghdad : Iraqi Ministry of Information, ca. 1970s)
NOTE : Amnesty International’s Annual Reports and many exclusively online reports.
John W. Amos II
Palestinian Resistance : Organization of a Nationalist Movement (Pergamon Press, 1980)
Arab-Israeli Military/Political Relations : Arab Perceptions (Pergamon Press, 1979)
A Young Palestinian’s Diary, 1941-1945 : The Life of Sami ‘Amr (University of Texas Press, 2009) Translated, annotated and with an introduction by Kimberly Katz; with foreword by Salim Tamari. Publisher’s blurb : “Writing in his late teens and early twenties, Sami’Amr gave his diary an apt subtitle: “The Battle of Life”, encapsulating both the political climate of Palestine in the waning years of the British Mandate as well as the contrasting joys and troubles of family life. Now translated from the Arabic, Sami’s diary represents a rare artefact of turbulent change in the Middle East. Written over four years, these ruminations of a young man from Hebron brim with revelations about daily life against a backdrop of tremendous transition. Describing the public and the private, the modern and the traditional, Sami muses on relationships, his station in life, and other universal experiences while sharing numerous details about a pivotal moment in Palestine’s modern history. Making these never-before-published reflections available in translation, Kimberly Katz also provides illuminating context for Sami’s words, laying out biographical details of Sami, who kept his diary private for close to sixty years. One of a limited number of Palestinian diaries available to English-language readers, the diary of Sami’Amr bridges significant chasms in our understanding of Middle Eastern, and particularly Palestinian, history.”
Samir N. Anabtawi (Dartmouth College, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, Harvard University, American University Beirut, Kuwait University, King Saud University)
Palestinian Higher Education in the West Bank and Gaza : A Critical Assessment (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986)
Balfour in the Dock (Skyscraper Publications, 2017) Biography of J.M.N. Jeffries, with excerpts from his writings. See also : JMN Jeffries
Charles Anderson (Western Washington University)
Will the Real Palestinian Peasantry Please Sit Down? Towards a New History of British Rule in Palestine, 1917-1936 (LSE Middle East Centre, PDF only, 2015)
Fannie Fern Andrews (Harvard University / Radcliffe College)
The Holy Land under Mandate (two volumes, Houghton Mifflin, 1931) Based on the author’s PhD thesis at Harvard University and ten years of research, investigating the legal basis and consequences of the Mandatory system.
Swee Chai Ang (renowned orthopaedic surgeon active in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon and Gaza)
From Beirut to Jerusalem : A Woman Doctor with the Palestinians (Collins / Grafton, 1989) Note : see also Dr Pauline Cutting, Dr Chris Giannou and Dr Runa MacKay.
A Survey of Palestine Prepared in December 1945 and January 1946 for the Information of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry (2 volumes) and Supplement, June 1946 (single volume) (Jerusalem, 1946 / Washington DC : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1991).
The Arab Awakening : The Story of the Arab National Movement (Hamish Hamilton, 1938)
See Antonius-related : Susan Silsby Boyle; Thomas Hodgkin
Preventing Palestine : A Political History from Camp David to Oslo (Princeton University Press, 2018) Publisher’s blurb : “On the fortieth anniversary of the Camp David Accords, a groundbreaking new history that shows how Egyptian-Israeli peace ensured lasting Palestinian statelessness For seventy years Israel has existed as a state, and for forty years it has honored a peace treaty with Egypt that is widely viewed as a triumph of U.S. diplomacy in the Middle East. Yet the Palestinians–the would-be beneficiaries of a vision for a comprehensive regional settlement that led to the Camp David Accords in 1978–remain stateless to this day. How and why Palestinian statelessness persists are the central questions of Seth Anziska’s groundbreaking book, which explores the complex legacy of the agreement brokered by President Jimmy Carter. Based on newly declassified international sources, Preventing Palestine charts the emergence of the Middle East peace process, including the establishment of a separate track to deal with the issue of Palestine. At the very start of this process, Anziska argues, Egyptian-Israeli peace came at the expense of the sovereignty of the Palestinians, whose aspirations for a homeland alongside Israel faced crippling challenges. With the introduction of the idea of restrictive autonomy, Israeli settlement expansion, and Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon, the chances for Palestinian statehood narrowed even further. The first Intifada in 1987 and the end of the Cold War brought new opportunities for a Palestinian state, but many players, refusing to see Palestinians as a nation or a people, continued to steer international diplomacy away from their cause. Combining astute political analysis, extensive original research, and interviews with diplomats, military veterans, and communal leaders, Preventing Palestine offers a bold new interpretation of a highly charged struggle for self-determination.”
ARIJ – The Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem (organisation monitoring Israel’s violations of United Nations laws and resolutions.
Geopolitical Status of Bethlehem Governate (2007), with other volumes on Jerusalem, Ramallah, Qalqilya, etc, ca. 2006-2007
The Status of the Environment in the West Bank (317 pages plus maps, 1997)
Arab Higher Committee for Palestine
Palestine : The Arab Case – Being a Statement Made Before the First Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nation’s [sic] Organization on 9th May 1947 (Cairo : Costa Tsoumas & Co./ AHCfP, 1947)
A Collection of Official Documents Relating to the Palestine Question Submitted to the General Assembly of the UN (New York City : AHCfP, 1947)
Arab League / League of Arab States
Operation Iron Fist : Israeli Policy in Lebanon (31 pages, 1985)
with the PLO : In Remembrance : Sabra & Chatila (8pp, 1983)
Zionism : A Racist Expansionist Movement (36pp, 1968)
Palestine Lives (Washington DC : 38pp, ca. 1974) Translation of Arafat’s speech before the 29th session of the UN General Assembly, 13 November 1974)
The Broken Sword of Juctice : American, Israel and the Palestine Tragedy (Quartet Books, 1973)
The Arab League
The Oakestubuab Arabs (Arab League, 1970) Single sheet folded into six pages, with cut-out design in the shape of Israel, which shows the impact of Israeli occupation of Palestinian land if transposed to Britain.
Palestinian Israeli Peace Process and Turkey (Nova Science Publishers, 1998)
Land Legislation in Modern Palestine (Cambridge Archive Editions, 2009)
9-volume set including standard reference works, official reports and memoranda, council orders, ordinances and maps, 1917-1948.
Eichmann in Jerusalem : A Report on the Banality of Evil (Faber & Faber, 1963; numerous editions)
Asher Arian & Michal Shamir
The Elections in Israel, 2009 (Somerset, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, 2011)
The Elections in Israel, 2006 (New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers / Israel Democracy Institute, 2008)
The Elections in Israel, 2003 (Transaction Publishers, 2005)
The Elections in Israel, 1999 (State University of New York Press, 2002)
The Elections in Israel, 1996 (State University of New York Press / Israel Democracy Institute, 1999)
The Elections in Israel, 1992 (State University of New York Press, 1995)
The Elections in Israel, 1988 (Westview Press, 1990)
The Elections in Israel, 1984 (Israel : Ramot Publishing, 1986)
Jerusalem : One City, Three Faiths aka : A History of Jerusalem (HarperCollins, 1996)
Schlomo Aronson (Israeli landscape architect)
Israel’s Nuclear Programme : The Six-Day War and its Ramifications (Kings College, 1999)
Israel and the non-Proliferation Treaty (Jerusalem : Leonard Davis Institute, Hebrew University, 1996)
Palestinian Bedouins : Past, Present and Future (Jerusalem : Palestinian Society for the Protection of Human Rights and the Environment LAW, 2000)
Vittorio Arrigone (Italian, writer, and activist – murdered in Gaza 2011)
Gaza : Stay Human (Kube Publishing, 2010) with translation by Daniela Filippin, and introduction by Ilan Pappe.
Dishonest Broker : The US Role in Israel and Palestine (Boston : South End Press, 2005) Note : Based on The Obstruction of Peace, below.
Palestinian Refugees : The Right of Return (Pluto Press, 2001 / Boston : South End Press, 2003) Contents : Michael Prior – The Right to Expel: The Bible and Ethnic Cleansing / Nur Masalha – The Historical Roots of the Palestinian Refugee Question / Ilan Pappé – Israeli Perceptions of the Refugee Question / Noam Chomsky – The United States and the Refugee Question / Alain Gresh – The European Union and the Refugee Question
/ Jaber Suleiman – The Palestine Liberation Organization: From the Right ofReturn to Bantustan / Joseph Massad – Return or Permanent Exile? / Wadie Said – The Obligations of Host Countries to Refugees under International Law: The Case of Lebanon / Nahla Ghandour – Meeting the Needs of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon / Susan Akram – Reinterpreting Palestinian Refugee Rights underInternational Law / Salman Abu-Sitta – The Right of Return: Sacred, Legal and Possible / Jan Abu Shakrah – Deconstructing the Link: Palestinian Refugees and Jewish Immigrants from Arab Countries / Atif Kubursi – Valuing Palestinian Losses in Today’s Dollars / Ingrid Jaradat Gassner – A Programme for an Independent Rights Campaign / Naseer Aruri – Towards Convening a Congress of Return and Self-Determination / Norman G. Finkelstein – Lessons of Holocaust Compensation
The Obstruction of Peace : The United States, Israel and the Palestinians (Monroe, Maine : Common Courage Press, 1995)
Occupation : Israel over Palestine (as editor; Belmont, Massachusetts : Association of Arab American University Graduates, 1983/1989; Zed Press, 1984)
The Palestinian Resistance to Israeli Occupation (as editor) (Wilmette, Illinois : Association of Arab American University Graduates / Medina University Press International, 1970)
With As’ad Ghanem
The Palestinian Minority in Israel : 1948-2000 – A Political Study (State University of New York Press, 2001)
The Palestinian Regime : A Partial Democracy (Sussex Academic Press, 2001) Contents : Political Development and the Transition to Democracy; The Palestinian National Movement: A Historical Overview; The Palestinians Awaken to a Crushing Defeat; From Dispersion to Taking the Initiative; The PLO: From Maximalism to Compromise; The Oslo Accords and the Establishment of the Palestinian National Authority; Democracy and Centralism in the Palestinian National Movement, 1967–1993; Arafat’s Control of PLO Institutions, 1968–1993; Pluralism, Civil Society, and the Construction of Institutions among the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 1967–1993; The Formal Structure of Powers in the Palestinian National Authority; The Legislative Council; The Executive Authority; The Judicial Authority; The First Palestinian General Elections; The Legitimacy of the Elections; The Election System; The Election Campaign; The Election Results; The Centralisation of Power and Political Conduct in the PNA; Centralisation of Power Surveillance (Intimidation); Buying Quiet (Bribery); Conclusion: Contradictions within Palestinian Democracy; Palestinian Partial Democracy’ Before the Establishment of the PNA; Partial Democracy’ in the PNA. Note : see AAUB publication by Livia Rokach.
AJ Asali, editor
Jerusalem in History : 3,000 BC to the Present Day (New York City : Olive Branch Press, 199o / Kegan Paul, 1997, 2002
Khaled Abu-Asbah & Libat Avishai
Recommendations for the Improvement of the Arab Education System in Israel (Jerusalem : Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 2008)
A Palestine Notebook (Doubleday, Page & Col, 1923)
As editor : Jerusalem 1920-1922 : Being the Records of the Pro-Jerusalem Council during the First Two Years of the Civil Administration (John Murray / Pro-Jerusalem Society, 1924)
As editor : Jerusalem 1918-1920 : Being the Records of the Pro-Jerusalem Council during the Period of the British Military Administration (John Murray / Jerusalem : Pro-Jerusalem Society, 1921)
Hanan Ashrawi (noted Palestinian legislator and author)
This Side of Peace : A Personal Account (Fourth Estate /Simon & Schuster, 1995)
with other authors : Our Jerusalem (Jerusalem : Middle East Publications, 1995)
Barbara Victor [biographer] : A Voice of Reason – Hanan Ashrawi and Peace in the Middle East (Harcourt Brace, 1994) also published as Hanan Ashwari : A Passion for Peace (Fourth Estate, 1995) Anglican Christian who was the first woman elected to the Palestinian National Council.
Fouzi el-Asmar (Haifa-born; editor of Mapam-owned Arabic weekly Al Fajer; eventually exiled to USA)
Through the Hebrew Looking-Glass : Arab Stereotypes in Children’s Literature (Zed Press, 1986)
as co-editor, with Uri Davis & Naim Khadir : Debate on Palestine (Ithaca |Press, 1981)
as co-editor, with Uri Davis & Naim Khadir : Towards a Socialist Republic in Palestine (Ithaca Press, 1978)
Dreams on a Mattress of Thorns and Poems from an Israeli Prison (Gazelle Publications, 39 pages, 1976) edited by Karen Bryant
To be an Arab in Israel (with introduction by Uri Davis and foreword by IF Stone; Francis Pinter Publishers / Israel Shahak, 1975)
Israeli Land and Settlement Policies (translated from the Hebrew by Uri Davis, with a foreword by Rabbi Elmer Berger; London : Middle East Research and Action Group, 1974)
-edited by Yehezkel Lein; translated by Zvi Shulman : Means of Expulsion : Violence, Harassment and Lawlessness against Palestinians in the Southern Hebron Hills (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 2005)
Lightning out of Israel : The Six-Day War in the Middle East (Associated Press, 1967) – Contributions on military campaigns by Hugh A. Mulligan & Saul Pett, with maps.
The Use of Palestinian Waters and International Law (InternationalOrganisation for the Elimination of All Forms of RacialDiscrimination, 11pp pamphlet, 1982)
Naim Ateek (aka Naim Stifan Ateek, founder of the Sabeel Liberation Theology Center, Jerusalem)
A Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconcilliation (Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, 2008)
Holy Land Hollow Jubilee : God, Justice and the Palestinians (Melisende, 1998) [symposium, 1997]
Justice, and Only Justice : A Palestinian Theology of Liberation (Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, 1989)
Naim Ateek, Cedar Duaybis and Maurine Tobin, editors
Challenging Christian Zionism : Theology, Politics, and the Israel-Palestine Conflict(Melisende, 2005) [symposium, 2004]
Naim Ateek, Mark H. Ellis and Rosemary Radford Ruether, editors
Faith and the Intifada : Palestinian Christian Voices [symposium] (Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, 1992)
Naim Attallah (Palestinian-born CEO, publisher of Quartet Books from 1976, former owner of The Women’s Press, author, financial backer of the Literary Review and The Oldie, film producer)
The Old Ladies of Nazareth (Quartet Books, 2007) Non-celebrity profiles.
Fulfilment and Betrayal, 1975-1995 (Quartet Books, 2007) Part 3 of memoir.
In Touch with His Roots (Quartet Books, 2006) Part 2 of early memoir.
The Boy in England (Quartet Books, 2005) Part 1 of early memoir.
Dialogues (Quartet Books, 2000) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
Insights (Quartet Books, 1999) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
In Conversation with Naim Attallah (Quartet Books, 1998) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
A Woman a Week (Quartet Books, 1996) Profiles of successful women.
Asking Questions : An Anthology of Interviews with Naim Attallah (Quartet Books, 1996) with Charlotte Smith
Tara and Claire (Quartet Books, 1996) – novel
A Timeless Passion (Quartet Books, 1995)
Speaking for The Oldie [magazine] (Quartet Books, 1994) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
Of a Certain Age (Quartet Books, 1993) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
Singular Encounters (Quartet Books, 1990, 1992) Interviews with authors and media personalities.
Women (Quartet Books, 1988) Analysis of women in myth, literature, Muslim society, Victorian England, etc.
Ida Audeh (contibutor to The Electronic Intifada and Countercurrents)
as editor : Birzeit University : The Story of a National Institution (Birzeit University, 2010)
as editor, with Katherine Lariviere : United Nations Resolutions on Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict : Vol. 5, 1992-1998 (Institute for Palestine Studies, ca. 1999)
Ebba Augustin, editor : Palestinian Women : Identity and Experience (Zed Books, 1993. Contributors include : Najah Manasra, Yusra Berberi, Terry Atwan, Vera Tamari, Suha Hindiyeh Mani & Afaf Ghazawneh, Amni Rimawi, Faten Mukarker, Iman Jardallah, Suha Adi, Miriam Rishmawi, Inam Zaqut, Rana Salibi, Nadira Shalhoub Kevorkian, Hanan Mikhail Ashrawi, and Hiba A. Shweiki.
Sylvia Auld & Robert Hillenbrand (both of the Department of Fine Art, University of Edinburgh), editors
Ayyubid Jerusalem : The Holy City in Context, 1187-1250 (Al Tajir-World of Islam Trust, 512 pages, 2009) Contents ~ Carole Hillenbrand : Ayyubid Jerusalem : a historical introduction / Robert Hillenbrand : The Art of the Ayyubids : an Overview / Sylvia Auld : Cross-currents and Coincidences : A Perspective on Ayyubid Metalwork / Sylvia Auld : The Minbar of Nur Al-Din in Context / Sylvia Auld : The Wooden Balustrade in the Sakhra / Sheila S. Blair : The Power of the Word : Ayyubid Inscriptions in Jerusalem / Jonathan M. Bloom : Woodwork in Syria, Palestine and Egypt during the 12th and 13th Century / Michael Hamilton Burgoyne : Smaller Domes in the Haram Al-Sharif Reconsidered in Light of a Recent Survey /Anna Contadini : Ayyubid Illustrated Manuscripts and Their North Jaziran and Abbasid Neighbours / Anne-Marie Eddé : Religious Circles in Jerusalem in the Ayyubid Period / Finbarr Barry Flood : An Ambiguous Aesthetic ~ Crusader Spolia in Ayyubid Jerusalem / Mahmoud Hawari : Ayyubid Monuments in Jerusalem / Stefan Heidemann : Economic Growth and Currency in Ayyubid Palestine / Robert Hillenbrand : The Ayyubid Aqsa : Decorative Aspects / Lucy-Anne Hunt : Eastern Christian Art and Culture in the Ayyubid and Early Mamluk Periods ~ Cultural Convergence between Jerusalem, Greater Syria and Egypt / David James : Qur’ans and Calligraphers of the Ayyubids and Zangids / Sabri Jarrah : From Monastic Cloisters to Sahn ~ The Transformation of the Open Space of the Masjid Al-Aqsa under Saladin / Lorenz Korn : Ayyubid Mosaics in Jerusalem / Lorenz Korn : Ayyubid Jerusalem in Perspective ~ The Context of Ayyubid Architecture in Bilad Al-Sham / Marcus Milwright : The Pottery of Ayyubid Jerusalem / Martina Müller-Wiener : Science as the Handmaiden of Power : Science, Art and Technology in Ayyubid Syria / Bernard O’Kane : Ayyubid Architecture in Cairo / Johannes Pahlitzsch : The People of the Book / D.S. Richards : Biographies of Ayyubid Sultans / D.S. Richards : Ibn Wasil, Historian of the Ayyubids / Yasser Tabbaa : An Image of What Once Was : The Ayyubid Fortifications of Jerusalem
Ottoman Jerusalem : The Living City, 1517-1917 with architectural survey by Yusuf Natsheh (The British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem in co-operation with the Administration of Auqaf and Islamic Affairs, Jerusalem two volumes, 2000). Contents, Vol. 1 : Robert Hillenbrand : Structure, Style and Context in the Monuments of Ottoman Jerusalem / Abdul-Karim Rafeq : The Political History of Ottoman Jerusalem / Khairiah Kasmieh : The Leading Intellectuals of Late Ottoman Jerusalem and Their Biographies / Abdul-Karim Rafeq : The ‘Ulama’ of Ottoman Jerusalem (16th-18th Centuries) / Klaus Kreiser : The Place of Jerusalem in Ottoman Perception / Martin Strohmeier : Al-Kulliyya Al-Salahiyya, a Late Ottoman University in Jerusalem / Abdul-Karim Rafeq : Ottoman Jerusalem in the Writings of Arab Travellers / Ernst Axel Knauf : Ottoman Jerusalem in Western Eyes / Angelika Neuwirth : Jerusalem in Islam : The Three Honorary Names of the City / Michele Bernardini : Popular and Symbolic Iconographies Related to the Haram Al-Sharif During the Ottoman Period / Khadr Salameh : Aspects of the Sijills of the Shari’a Court in Jerusalem / Mohammad ‘Ali ‘Alami : The Waqfs of the Traditional Families of Jerusalem During the Ottoman Period / Mahmud Atallah : Architects in Jerusalem in the 10th-11th / 16th-17th Centuries : The Documentary Evidence / Lawrence I. Conrad : The Khalidi Library / Paolo Cuneo : The Urban Structure and Physical Organisation of Ottoman Jerusalem in the Context of Ottoman Urbanism / Rashid I. al-Khalidi : Intellectual Life in Late Ottoman Jerusalem / George Hintlian : The Commercial Life of Ottoman Jerusalem / Ruth Victor Hummel : Reality, Imagination and Belief : Jerusalem in 19th and Early 20th Century Photographs (1839-1917) / Kamal F. al-‘Asali : The Cemeteries of Ottoman Jerusalem / Kamal F. al-‘Asali : The Libraries of Ottoman Jerusalem / Nancy Micklewright : Costume in Ottoman Jerusalem / Claudia Ott : The Songs and Musical Instruments of Ottoman Jerusalem / Vera Tamari : Two Ottoman Ceremonial Banners in Jerusalem / David Myers : An Overview of the Islamic Architecture of Ottoman Jerusalem / Sylvia Auld : Stars, Roses, and Interlace : Architectural Decoration in Ottoman Jerusalem / Susal Roaf : Life in 19th Century Jerusalem / Beatrice St Laurent : The Dome of the Rock : Restorations and Significance, 1540-1918 / John Carswell : The Deconstruction of the Dome of the Rock / Finbarr B. Flood : The Ottoman Windows in the Dome of the Rock and the Aqsa Mosque / James W. Allan & Marwan Abu Khalaf : The Painted Wooden Ceiling in the Inner Ambulatory of the Dome of the Rock / Sharif M. Sharif : Ceiling Decoration in Jerusalem During the Late Ottoman Period, 1856-1917 / Michael Hamilton Burgoyne : The East Wall of the Haram Al-Sharif : A Note on its Archaeological Potential / Mahmud Hawari : The Citidel (Qal ‘ A) in the Ottoman Period : An Overview / Martin Dow : The Hammams of Ottoman Jerusalem / David Myers : Restorations to Masjid Mahd ‘Isa (The Cradle of Jesus) During the Ottoman Period / David Myers : Al-‘Imara Al-‘Amira : The Charitable Foundation of Khassaki Sultan (959/1552) / Yusuf Natsheh : The Architecture of Ottoman Jerusalem. Contents, Volume 2 : Yusuf Natsheh : Catalogue of Buildings / David Myers : A Grammar of Architectural Ornament in Ottoman Jerusalem.
See also : Robert Hillenbrand
Land Ownership in Palestine, 1880-1948 (Jerusalem : Israel Academic Committee on the Middle East, 23 pages, 1974)
Shlomo Avineri (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Arlosoroff (Halban, 1989) – Haim Arlosoroff, Zionist leader of the Yishuv and in the Jewish Agency during the Mandate
The Making of Modern Zionism : The Intellectual Origins of the Jewish State (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1981)
as editor : Israel and the Palestinians (St Martin’s Press, 1971)
Caryn Aviv & David Shneer
New Jews : The End of the Jewish Diaspora (New York University Press, 2005) A travelogue of non-Israeli Jewish communities to promote their history, from Moscow to New York to Los Angeles. Jewish non-Zionist activism goes unacknowledged.
‘Avner’ (Benjamin Zeroni)
Memoirs of an Assassin (Anthony Blond Publishing & Thomas Yoseloff Publishing, 1959 / Pyramid Books, 1960) – translated from the French by Burgo Partridge
Uri Avnery (the public face of Gush Shalom in Israel)
Israel’s Vicious Circle : Ten Years of Writings on Israel and Palestine – edited by Sara R. Powell (Pluto, 2008)
My Friend, My Enemy (Zed Books, 1986)
Israel without Zionism (aka Israel without Zionists) : A Plan for Peace in the Middle East (aka A Plea for Peace in the Middle East; Collier-Macmillan, 1968, 1971)
1948 : A Soldier’s Tale : The Bloody Road to Jerusalem (Oneworld Publications, 2008 / 1949, 1950)
Alex Awad (Methodist pastor in Al-Quds & Dean of Students at Bethlehem Bible College)
Foreword by Rev Naim Ateek, Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center, Jerusalem
Palestinian Memories : The Story of a Palestinian Mother and Her People (Jerusalem : Bethlehem Bible College, 2008) First fifth of the book (67pp), is the story of the author’s mother, Huda Elias Awad (1916-2006). The remainder of the book is a basic survey of the history of Palestinian struggle, from British occupation to publication.
Hiltrud Awad, Hilmi S. Salem & Suhail Khalileh, editors
40 Years of Israeli Occupation, 1967-2007 (Bethlehem : Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem / ARIJ, 2007) – free online resource : arif.org
Mubarek E. Awad (pioneer non-violence activist known for Palestinian boycott of Israel during the First Intifada)
Nonviolent Struggle in the Middle East (Philadelphia : New Society Publishers & The Resource Center for Nonviolence, 1983) With foreword by David H. Albert. Two articles reprinted from the Journal of Palestine Studies, vol. 13, no. 4 (summer 1984) and vol. 14, no. 2 (Winter 1984)
Mapping Islamic Jerusalem : A Rediscovery of Geographical Boundaries (Dundee : Al-Maktoum Institute, 2007) Unearths the Holy Land and Land of Barakah.
Ami Ayalon (Professor of Middle Eastern History at Tel Aviv University)
Reading Palestine : Printing and Literacy, 1900-1948 (University of Texas Press, 2004) A seeming lifetime’s work based on an armful of archives, with great emphasis on Arabic books, 35 mostly Mandate-era Palestinian periodicals, and 20 interviews with aged experts, and the vibrancy of the era’s breaking news. Cairo publishers are not ignored and visiting authors were feted back in the day. And the Mandate Government disseminates propaganda in a most unusual way. Many cited works are only in non-English editions, so this work is landmark.
The Press in the Arab Middle East : A History (Oxford University Press, 1995) Includes information on Palestinian newspapers
Arab Nationalism and the Palestinians, 1850-1939 ( Jerusalem: Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs [PASSIA], 1999)
Dr. Pablo de Azcarate y Florez (UN representative to last days of the British Mandate)
Mission in Palestine, 1948-1952 (Washington DC : Middle East Institute, 1966) Translated from Spanish by Teener Hall & William Hovey.
Ariella Azoulay & Adi Ophir
The One-State Condition : Occupation and Democracy in Israel / Palestine – translated by Tal Haran (Stanford University Press, 2013) Publisher’s blurb : Since the start of the occupation of Palestinian territories in 1967, Israel s domination of the Palestinians has deprived an entire population of any political status or protection. But even decades on, most people speak of this rule – both in everyday political discussion and in legal and academic debates – as temporary, as a state of affairs incidental and external to the Israeli regime. In The One-State Condition, Ariella Azoulay and Adi Ophir directly challenge this belief. Looking closely at the history and contemporary formation of the ruling apparatus – the technologies and operations of the Israeli army, the General Security Services, and the legal system imposed in the Occupied Territories – Azoulay and Ophir outline the one-state condition of Israel/Palestine: the grounding principle of Israeli governance is the perpetuation of differential rule over populations of differing status. Israeli citizenship is shaped through the active denial of Palestinian citizenship and civil rights. Though many Israelis, on both political right and left, agree that the occupation constitutes a problem for Israeli democracy, few ultimately admit that Israel is no democracy or question the very structure of the Israeli regime itself. Too frequently ignored are the lasting effects of the deceptive denial of the events of 1948 and 1967, and the ways in which the resulting occupation has reinforced the sweeping militarization and recent racialization of Israeli society. Azoulay and Ophir show that acknowledgment of the one-state condition is not only a prerequisite for considering a one- or two-state solution; it is a prerequisite for advancing new ideas to move beyond the trap of this false dilemma.
-See also Azoulay’s photographic histories in CULTURE section.
Palestinian Political Discourse : Between Exile and Occupation (Routledge, due April 2016)
BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residence and Refugee Rights – see also this agency’s numerous publications in Arabic.
Yasmine Gado, author – Principles and Mechanisms to Hold Business Accountable for Human Rights Abuses : Potential Avenues to Challenge Corporate Involvement in Israel’s Oppression of the Palestinian People (BADIL Resource Center, 2009)
Closing Protection Gaps : Handbook on Protection of Palestinian Refugees in States Signaturies to the 1951 Refugee Convention (Bethlehem : BADIL, 2005)
Souad R. Dajani, author – Ruling Palestine : A History of the Legally Sanctioned Jewish-Israeli Seizure of Land and Housing in Palestine (Geneva : Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions / BADIL, 2005) – see also under author’s section.
Salim Tamari, editor – Jerusalem 1948 : The Arab Neighbourhoods and Their Fate in the War (BADIL / Jerusalem : Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2002)
Amneh Daoud Badran
Zionist Israel and Apartheid South Africa (Routledge, 2009)
Bedouin Law from Sinai & the Negev : Justice without Government (Yale University Press, 2009)
A Culture of Desert Survival : Bedouin Proverbs from Sinai and the Negev (Yale University Press, 2004) with foreword by William W. Hallo
Jordan’s Palestinian Challenge, 1948-1983 : A Political History (Westview, 1984)
Note : See also POETRY section.
James M. Bailey & Paul F. Miller
United States Assistance for the Palestinians (Nova Science Publishers, 2012) Emphasis on 2008-2009.
See also : Leon D. Velasco
The Making of Resolution 242 (Dordrecht : Martinus Nijhoff, 1985)
with Sam Daws : The Procedure of the UN Security Council (Clarendon Press, 1997)
Abeer Baker (senior lawyer with Adalah: The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel) & Anat Matar (heads the Legal Clinic for Prisoners’ Rights, Haifa University), editors
Threat : Palestinian Political Prisoners in Israel (Pluto Press, 2007) Two-dozen authors.
William W. Baker
Theft of a Nation (West Monroe, Louisiana : Jireh, 1982 / 1989)
Philip J Baldensperger, edited with an introduction by Frederic Lees
The Immovable East : Studies of the People and Customs of Palestine (Pitman, 1913) Static take on Palestinian society.
Britain- Palestine – Israel, 70 Years On : 1948, The Role Britain Played ~ 2018, What Britain Can Do Now (20 page booklet, 2018), with contributions by Ghada Karmi, Rosemary Hollis, Alon Leil, Menachem Klein, Leila Sansour, Peter Shambrook, Adam Sutcliffe, and Sir Vincent Fean.
The Companion Guide to [documentary film] Britain in Palestine, 1917-1948 (Edinburgh, 2015)
Witness in Palestine : A Jewish American Woman in the Occupied Territories (Paradigm Publishers, 2006)
Lauren Banko (University of Manchester)
The Invention of Palestinian Citizenship, 1918-1947 (Edinburgh University Press, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “This book situates the evolution of citizenship at the centre of state formation under the quasi-colonial mandate administration in Palestine. It emphasises the ways in which British officials crafted citizenship to be separate from nationality based on prior colonial legislation elsewhere, a view of the territory as divided communally, and the need to offer Jewish immigrants the easiest path to acquisition of Palestinian citizenship in order to uphold the mandate’s policy. In parallel, the book examines the reactions of the Arab population to their new status. It argues that the Arabs relied heavily on their pre-war experience as nationals of the Ottoman Empire to negotiate the definitions and meanings of mandate citizenship.”
Dorothy Ruth Kahn aka Dorothy Bar-Adon (Jerusalem Post writer until her death in 1950)
Writing Palestine, 1933-1950 (Boston : Academic Studies Press, 2016; edited by Esther Carmel Hakim & Nancy Rosenfeld ) Writings for the Jerusalem Post offer a window on the pre-state life of the Zionists of the era.
Spring Up, O Well (Jonathan Cape, 1936) on the author’s experiences in Palestine
Ibtisam Barakat (Palestinian-American memoirist, educator and poet)
Balcony on the Moon : Coming of Age in Palestine (Farrar, Straus and Giroux/Macmillan, 2016-2017) Memoir, 1971-1981
Tasting the Sky : A Palestinian Childhood (Melanie Kroupa Books/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2007) Memoir to 1971. One chapter won a prize and was included in Laurel Holliday : Children of Israel, Children of Palestine – Our Own True Stories (Pocket Books, 1999) and Jennifer Armstrong : Shattered – Stories of Children and War (Knopf, 2003)
Disenchantment : The Guardian and Israel (Guardian Books, 2004)
The Churchill Papers : Revising the Revisionists, Unmasking Irving (London : Anglo-Hebrew Publishing, 150 pages, Anglo-Hebrew,” 1994) Re : David Irving.
The Others Within Us (Cambridge University Press, 2008) Identity formation and conformity amongst secular Israelis in the pre-messianic years.
Moshe Dayan : Israel’s Controversial Hero (Yale University Press, 2012)
as editor : A Never-Ending Conflict : A Guide to Israeli Military History (Praeger Press, 2004)
In Pursuit of Peace : a History of the Israeli Peace Movement (Washington DC : United States Institute of Peace Press, 1996)
The Gates of Gaza : Israel’s Road to the Suez and Back, 1955-1957 -translated by Ruth Rossing (Macmillan, 1994)
-as editor : Israel’s Defence Forces : The Six Day War (Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1968 / Slough : Foulsham & Co, 1971)
Searching Jenin : Eyewitness Accounts of the Israeli Invasion (Cune Press, 2003) With foreword by Ilan Pappe and 38 photos by Palestinian photographer Mahfouz Abu Turk.
A Line in the Sand : Britain, France, and the Struggle that Shaped the Middle East (Simon & Schuster, 2011 / 2012) Despite the helpful bibliography, the historian has not relied on earlier published works, but undertook a careful trawl through international archives instead. The result is rich in detail, yet the historical actors’ own voices make it a vivid read. For example, Ernest Bevin on legislation to end the Mandate : “Very well then, ram it through.”
Setting the Desert on Fire : TE Lawrence and Britain’s Secret War in Arabia, 1916-1918 (Bloomsbury, 2006 / WW Norton, 2008)
Justice and Peace in the Israeli Palestinian Conflict (Routledge, 2014) Editor : Arie Marcelo Kacowicz
as editor : The Israel-Palestinian Conflict : From Conflict Resolution to Conflict Management (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)
as editor : From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation (Oxford University Press, 2004)
Israel and the Intifada : Adaptation and Learning (Jerusalem : Leonard Davis Institute, 2000)
Israel and the Peace Process, 1977-1982 : In Search of Legitimacy for Peace (State University of New York Press, 1994)
Israel, the Superpowers and the War in the Middle East (Praeger Press, 1987)
The Israeli-Egyptian War of Attrition, 1969-1970 (Columbia University Press, 1980)
Facing a Cruel Mirror : Israel’s Moment of Truth (Scribner, 1990)
Embassies in Crisis : Diplomats and Demagogues behind the Six-Day War -translated from French by Michael Stearns (Prentice Hall, 1970)
Note : other titles on Mossad, David Ben Gurion, etc.
Tahseen Basheer, editor
The Arab League, Edwin Montagu and the Balfour Declaration (New York City : Arab Information Center, 23 pages, 1967)
Petter Bauck (Norwegian Embassy, Kyiv, Ukraine) and Mohammed Omer (journalists, author of Shell Shocked : On the Ground under Israel’s Gaza Assault, 312pp, 2015), editors
The Oslo Accords : A Critical Assessment (American University in Cairo Press, 2016) Forewords by Desmond Tutu and Össur Skarphédinsson; Contents : Noam Chomsky : The Oslo Accords: Their Context, Their Consequences / IlanPappé : Revisiting 1967 – The False Paradigm of Peace, Partition, and Parity / Hilde Henriksen Waage : Champions of Peace? Tools in Whose Hands? Norwegians and Peace Brokering in the Middle East / Amira Hass : The Illusion of Palestinian Sovereignty / Liv Tørres : The Oslo Accords and Palestinian Civil Society / Lotta Schüllerqvist : “We Have Opened Doors, Others Have Been Closed”- Women under the Oslo Accords / Richard Falk : After Oslo: A Legal Historical Perspective / John V. Whitbeck : A Legal Perspective on Oslo / Petter Bauck : The Oslo Accords: A Common Savior for Israel and the PLO in Exile? / Ahmed Yousef : Out of the Ashes of Oslo: The Rise of Islamism and the Fall of Favoritism / Are Hovdenak : Hamas in Transition -The Failure of Sanctions / Dr. Sufian Abu Zaida : Palestinian Prisoners from Oslo to Annapolis / Mohammed Omer : Some Gaza Impressions, Over Two Decades after Oslo / Gideon Levy : The Shattered Dream / Ahmed Abu Rtema : Palestinian Identity in the Aftermath of Oslo / Mads Gilbert : Israeli Impunity / Haakon Aars : Public and Primary Healthcare before and after the Oslo Accords: A Personal Reflection / Matt Sienkiewicz : Facts in the Air: Palestinian Media Expression since Oslo / Helga Tawil-Souri : Networking Palestine: The Development and Limitations of Television and Telecommunications since 1993 / Harry van Bommel : The European Union and Israel since Oslo / Laura Dawn Lewis : A War of Ideas: The American Media on Israel and Palestine post Oslo / Yasmine Gado : Corporate Complicity in Human Rights Abuses under Oslo.
The Forgotten Victor : General Sir Richard O’Connor, KT, GCB, DSO, MC (Brassey’s, 1989) Includes open-air imprisonment of rebels in Halhul village, 1939.
Menachem Begin (“The Eichmann of Zionism”)
The Revolt : The Story of the Irgun (New York City : Henry Schuman, 1951 / Los Angeles : Nash Publications, 1972)
The Secret Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations in Oslo : The Success and Why the Process Ultimately Failed (Routledge, 2007)
Joel Beinin and Rebecca Stein, editors
The Struggle for Sovereignty : Palestine and Israel, 1993-2005 (Stanford University Press, 2006) Includes Jonathan Cook : Israel’s Glass Wall
Joel Beinin and Zachary Lockman, editors
Intifadah : The Palestinian Uprising against Israeli Occupation (Boston : MERIP / Middle East Research and Information Project & South End Press, 1989)
-see Zachary Lockman
Original Sins : Reflections on the History of Zionism and Israel (New York City : Olive Branch Press, 1993)
Despair and Deliverance : Private Salvation in Contemporary Israel (State University of New York Press, 1992)
The Israeli Connection : Who(m) Israel Arms and Why (New York City : Pantheon Books, 1987 / IB Tauris, 1987-1988)
-with AI Rabin : Twenty Years Later : Kibbutz Children Grow Up (New York City : Springer, 1982)
Note : Author wrote numerous monographs on the social psychology of religion in Israel.
Shadows on the Sand : The Memors of Sir Gawain Bell (Hurst & Co & St Martin’s Press, 1983) Colonial administration, with chapter on Mandate Palestine, 1938-1939.
The Desert and the Sown (Heinemann 1907 / Virago, 1985 / Boston : Beacon Press, 1987, with an introduction by Sarah Graham-Brown) . Bell was widely travelled in Palestine and the region prior to and after the Great War, and influenced Westminster’s policies, such as the drawing of boundaries that formed form Iraq.
Gertrude Bell: From Her Personal Papers 1914–1926 (Ernest Benn, 1961)
see also : Georgina Howell : Gertrude Bell : Queen of the Desert – Shaper of Nations (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006) also issued as Daughter of the Desert : The Remarkable life of Gertrude Bell (Macmillan, 2006)
Scars of War, Wounds of Peace : The Israeli-Arab Tragedy (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 2006)
Eyal Ben-Ari (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Rethinking Contemporary Warfare : A Sociological View of the Al-Aqsa Intifada (State University of New York Press, 2011) “…this study is indeed unique in documenting and analyzing the actual experience of ground troops fighting a low-intensity, messy, local war, and as such it is an interesting read for military sociologists who seek to expand their knowledge on the challenges facing industrial democracies that fight irregular wars.” –Review of Middle East Studies
Mastering Soldiers : Conflict, Emotions and the Enemy in an Israeli Military Unit (Berghahn Books, 2001) Publisher’s blurb : “Studies of the military that deal with the actual experience of troops in the field are still rare in the social sciences. In fact, this ethnographic study of an elite unit in the Israeli Defense Force is the only one of its kind. As an officer of this unit and a professional anthropologist, the author was ideally positioned for his role as participant observer. During the eight years he spent with his unit he focused primarily on such notions as “conflict”, “the enemy”, and “soldiering” because they are, he argues, the key points of reference for “what we are” and “what we are trying to do” and form the basis for interpreting the environment within which armies operate. Relying on the latest anthropological approaches to cognitive models and the social constructions of emotion and masculinity, the author offers an in-depth analysis of the dynamics that drive the men’s attitudes and behavior, and a rare and fascinating insight into the reality of military life.”
as co-editor, with Yoram Bilu : Grasping Land : Space and Place in Contemporary Israeli Discourse and Experience (State University of New York Press, 1997)
Jerusalem in the 19th Century : The Old City (Jerusalem : Yad Izhak Ben Zvi Institute / St Martin’s Press, 1984)
Jerusalem in the 19th Century : The Emergence of the New City (St Martin’s Press, 1986)
Petitioning the Sultan : Protests and Juctice in Late Ottoman Palestine, 1865-1908 (IB Tauris, 2013)
with co-editor Eyal Ginio : Late Ottoman Palestine : The Period of the Young Turk Rule (IB Tauris, 2012)
The Druzes in Israel : A Political Study – Political Innovation and Integration of a Middle Eastern Minority (Jerusalem : Magnes Press, 1979)
We Shall Return : Women of Palestine (Zed Books, 1982) [Lebanon refugee camps]
Uri Ben Eliezer
The Making of Militarism in Israel (Indiana University Press, 1998)
Alon Ben-Meir (New York University)
Israel : The Challenge of the Fourth Decade (New York City : Cyrco Press, 1978) A major focus in on Palestinians.
Norman Bentwich (influential British Zionist of the Mandate era)
Palestine (Benn Ltd, 1946)
Jewish Youth Comes Come : The Story of the Youth Aliyah, 1933-1943 (Victor Gollancz, 1944)
The Case for the Jews (News Chronicle, 1939)
Fulfillment in the Promised Land, 1917-1937 (Soncino Press, 1938)
England in Palestine (Kegan Paul – Trench Tubner & Co, 1932)
Wanderer in the Promised Land (Soncino Press, 1932)
The Mandates System (Longmans & Col, 1930)
Palestine of the Jews : Past, Present and Future (Kegan Paul & Co., 1919)
See Harry Sacher plus many other works, including biographies of Judah L. Magnes.
Meron Benvenisti (Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem under Teddy Kollek, 1971-1978, administering East Jerusalem / Al-Quds)
Son of Cypresses : Memories, Reflections and Regrets from a Political Life (translated by Maxine Kaufman-Lucasta; University of California Press, 2006)
Sacred Landscape : The Buried History of the Holy Land since 1948 (University of California Press, 2000) Translated by Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta
Demographic, Economic, Legal, Social and Political Developments in the West Bank : 1987 Report (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 1997)
City of Stone : The Hidden History of Jerusalem (translated by Maxine Kaufman Nunn; University of California Press, 1996)
Intimate Enemies : Jews and Arabs in a Shared Land (revised edition, University of California Press, 1995)
The Shepherds’ War : Collected Essays, 1981-1989 (Jerusalem Post, 1989)
Conflicts and Contradictions (New York City : Villard Books, 1986 / Silver Spring, Maryland : Eshel Books, 1989)
The West Bank Data Project : A Survey of Israel’s Policies (Washington DC : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1984/1987)
with Usamah Halabi and Aron Turner : Land Alienation in the West Bank : A Legal and Spatial Analysis (Jerusalem : West Bank Data Project, 1985)
Remembering Palestine in 1948 : Beyond National Narratives (Cambridge University Press, 2011) Contents: Part I. Constructing Palestine: National Projects: 1. The framework; 2. The British cartographic imagination and Palestine; 3. Cartographic practices in Palestine: British, Jewish, and Arabs, 1938-1948 — Part II. Palestine-Arabs Memories in the Making: 4. 1948 from a local point of view: the Palestinian village of Ijzim; 5. Rural Palestinian women: witnessing and the domestic sphere; 6. Underground memories: collecting traces of the Palestinian past — Part III. Jewish-Israeli Memories in the Making: 7. Palmach fighters: stories and silences; 8. The Palmach women — Part IV. British Mandatory Memories in the Making: 9. Carrying out the mandate: British policemen in Palestine; Conclusion and implications.
Sharon : An Israeli Caesar (Adama Press, 1985)
Eisenhower, Kennedy and the Originsd of the American-Israeli Alliance (Columbia University Press, 1998)
Michael D. Berdine
Redrawing the Middle East : Sir Mark Sykes, Imperialism and the Sykes-Picot Agreement (IB Tauris, 2018)
Elmer Berger [anti-Zionist American rabbi, Director of the anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism, then forced to resign after the 1967 war, and so he founded American Jewish Alternatives to Zionism]
The Jewish Dilemma (New York City : Devin-Adair Co, 1946)
A Partisan History of Judiasm (New York City : Devin-Adair Co, 1951)
Who Knows Better Must Say So [letters on a fact-finding tour of the Middle East with particular reference to Israel and the plight of Palestinian refugees] (New York City : American Council for Judaism, 1955)
Judiasm or Jewish Nationalism : The Alternative to Zionism (New York City : Bookman Associates, 1957)
Letters and Non-Letters : The White House, Zionism and Israel
Correspondence between Berger and the staff of the President of the United States. (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1972)
Memoirs of an Anti-Zionist Jew (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1978)
Note : originally an article in the Journal of Palestine Studies, nos. 17/18, 1975-1976.
Zionist Ideology : Obstacle to Peace (Geneva : EAFORD – International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1981)
Human Rights or Self-Righteousness? A Critique of the Department of State’s 1981 “Country Report of Human Rights Practices” in the State of Israel (Geneva : EAFORD – International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1981)
The Structure of the Zionist Movement in the United States (Geneva : EAFORD – International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1983)
Judaism or Zionism : What Difference for the Middle East Note : Berger wrote the preface. (Zed Books / Geneva : EAFORD – International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination; 1983)
See also : Jack Ross [biographer]
Rabbi Outcast : Elmer Berger and American Jewish Anti-Zionism (Washington DC, Potomac Books, 2011)
Fred Berk, editor
Ha-Rikud : The Jewish Dance (American Zionist Youth Foundation, 1972) Contains Gurit Kadman : Folk Dance in Israel, on appropriation of Dabke for Zionist culture.
Howard M. Berlin
The Coins and Banknotes of Palestine under the Mritish Mandate, 1927-1947 (North Carolina : McFarland Press, 152 pages, including 8 pages of illustrations, some in colour, 2001)
Count Folke Bernadotte
Death of a Mediator Note : Includes Bernadotte’s Progress report of the United Nations Mediator on Palestine. Part 1: The mediation efforts: originally published, Paris, United Nations, 1948. (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1968)
To Jerusalem – The Journal of the Palestine Mission (translated by Joan Bulman) (Hodder & Stoughton, 1951 / Westport, Connecticut : Hyperion Press, 1976)
Constructing Boundaries : Jewish and Arab Workers in Mandatory Palestine (State University of New York Press, 2000)
Claude Berrebi & Esteban F. Klor
On Terrorism and Electoral Outcomes : Theory and Evidence from the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Princeton University Industrial Relations – working paper, 12 pages, 2004)
From Ambivalence to Hostility : The Arabic Newspaper Filastin and Zionism, 1911-1914 (Bratislava : Slovak Academic Press) The iconic paper’s shift to reality when the purchasing of land by Zionists for segregation comes to urban Jaffa.
Nicholas Bethell (European Parliament member, interviewed many participants)
The Palestine Triangle : The Struggle between the British, the Jews and the Arabs, 1935-1948 (Andre Deutsch, 1979 / Futura Publications, 1980)
Ian J Bickerton
The Arab-Israeli Conflict : A History (Reaktion Books, 2009)
Mapping Israel, Mapping Palestine : How Occupied Landscapes Shape Scientific Knowledge (MIT Press, 2017)
John Bierman & Colin Smith
Fire in the Night : Wingate of Burma, Ethiopia and Zion (Macmillan, 2000) – Biography of Major General Orde Wingate, who armed and trained Jewish forces in Palestine, during the 1936-1939 Arab Palestinian uprising.
Liora Bigon (Hebrew University ) and Yossi Katz (Bar-Ilan University)
Garden Cities and Colonial Planning : Transnationality and Urban Ideas in Africa and Palestine (Manchester University Press, 2017) One half-the book is on Palestine.
Palestine Police Service (Minerva, 1997)
My Enemy, My Self (Doubleday, 1989) – A Jewish Israeli poses as an Arab Palestinian worker in Israel.
The Good Spy : The Life and Death of Robert Ames (Broadway Books/Bantam-Doubleday, 2015) Publisher’s blurb : ”
On April 18, 1983, a bomb exploded outside the American Embassy in Beirut, killing 63 people. The attack was a geopolitical turning point. It marked the beginning of Hezbollah as a political force, but even more important, it eliminated America’s most influential and effective intelligence officer in the Middle East – CIA operative Robert Ames. What set Ames apart from his peers was his extraordinary ability to form deep, meaningful connections with key Arab intelligence figures. Some operatives relied on threats and subterfuge, but Ames worked by building friendships and emphasizing shared values – never more notably than with Yasir Arafat’s charismatic intelligence chief and heir apparent Ali Hassan Salameh (aka “The Red Prince”). Ames’ deepening relationship with Salameh held the potential for a lasting peace. Within a few years, though, both men were killed by assassins, and America’s relations with the Arab world began heading down a path that culminated in 9/11, the War on Terror, and the current fog of mistrust.”
Crossing Mandelbaum Gate : Coming of Age between the Arabs and the Israelis, 1956-1978 (Simon & Schuster 2010) Worthy memoir by the son of an American diplomat who grew up witnessing changes along the Palestinians’ time line.
Amzi Bishara – see : Mariane A Maasri
Palestine/Israel : Peace or Apartheid – Occupation, Terrorism and the Future (Zed Books, 2002)
George Emile Bisharat [University of California law professor]
Palestinian Lawyers and Israeli Rule : Law and Disorder in the West Bank (University of Texas Press, 1989) On the decline of the Palestinian legal profession over the first two decades of the Israelis’ West Bank occupation.
The Role of the Zionist Terror in the Creation of Israel (Beirut : Palestine Research Centre, 214pp, 1969)
The Reckoning : How the Killing of One Man Changed the Fate of the Promised Land (Collins, 2014) – The assassination of Avraham Stern (The Stern Gang), with use of the private archive of Palestine Police Superintendent Geoffrey Morton.
Donald Black aka J.L. Gray
Red Dust : An Australian Trooper in Palestine (Jonathan Cape, 1931)
The Transfer Agreement : The Dramatic Story of the Pact between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine (Macmillan, 1984)
Ian Black (36 years with The Guardian newspaper, becoming Middle East Editor; LSE)
Enemies and Neighbours : Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 (Allen Lane, 2017)
with Benny Morris : Israel’s Secret Wars : The Untold History of Israeli Intelligence (Hamish Hamilton, 1991 / Futura, 1992 / Grove Weidenfeld, 1999)
Zionism and the Arabs, 1936-1939 (New York City : Garland Publishing, 1978, 1986) Based on LSE thesis.
Frederick Jones Bliss (“the father of Palestinian archaeology”)
The Religions of Modern Syria and Palestine – Lectures Delivered before Lake Forest College – The Bross Lectures, 1908 (T & T Clark / C. Scribner’s & Sons, 1912)
The Development of Palestine Exploration – Being the Ely Lectures for 1903 (C. Scribner’s & Sons, 1906)
With RA Stewart Macalister : Excavations in Palestine during the Years 1898-1900 (Palestine Exploration Fund, 1902) See : Samuel R. Wolff
A Mound of Many Cities : or, Tell el-Hesy Excavated (Palestine Exploration Fund, 1898)
Excavations in Jerusalem, 1894-1897 (Palestine Exploration Fund, 1896) – illustrations by AC Dickie.
Arthur Ruppin and the Production of Pre-Israeli Culture (Leiden : Brill, 2011)
Barbara Board [news reporter for the Daily Mirror]
Newsgirl in Palestine (Michael Joseph, 1937) – A privileged read by a rare woman headreporter who thus had special access. Her keen 1936 eye unpacks childbirth, camelbirth, a rugby scrum, the emancipated Christian Arab women, the Jewish land-girls accomplished with rifles, women’s extra earning selling fake non-alcoholic Bolsand real Syrian hashish, the hyper-romantic British women who want to “escape from modern life” and marry Arab Sheikhs, Palestine radio’s Children’s Hour “Aunties” (Wadi Shatara & ‘Aida Shammas) who tell stories from the Arabian Nights, and the Hebrew version, with five “Aunties,” and a few volunteer English ones. These are brief observations, but fascinating journalism.
Newsgirl in Egypt (Michael Joseph, 1938)
Reporting from Palestine, 1943-1944 (Nottingham : Five Leaves Press, 2008)
The Other Israel : The Radical Case against Zionism (Garden City, New York : Anchor Books, 1972)
Ethel Wolfe Born
A Tangled Web : A Search for Answers to the Question of Palestine (Women’s Division, Genderal Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church, 1989) Church leader’s team tour of the region and subsequent work with the UN.
Avram S. Bornstein
Crossing the Green Line : Between Israel and the West Bank (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001/2002)
Ber Borochev (1881-1917; Marxist Zionist, posthumously influential in intellectualising settlement and segregated labour activity under the British Mandate.
Class Struggle and the Jewish Nation [sic] : Selected Essays in Marxist Zionism (New Brunswick : Transaction Books, 1984) Edited by Mitchell Cohen
Nationalism and the Class Struggle : A Marxian Approach to the Jewish Problem (Greenwood Press, 205 pages, 1972) Introduction by Abraham G. Duker
Borochov for Our Day : The Socialist-Zionist View of the Jewish People (New York City : Progressive Zionist League, 63 pages, 1958) Essays by Raphael Mahler, David Flakser, Daniel Ben-Nahum ; with an introduction by Avraham Schenker ; Richard Yaffe, editor.
Selected Essays in Socialist Zionism (Rita Searl, 50 pages, 1948) Edited by Schneier Levenberg.
Issa J. Boullata
The Bells of Memory : A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem (Quebec : Linda Leith Publishing, 89 pages, 2014)
Palestinian Art 1850-to the Present (London : Saqi aka Al Saqi Books, 2009) see : Steve Sabella
WF Boustany (“Representative of the Arab Cultivators in the Mudawra Lands Agreement with the Palestine Government – Member of the Third Palestine Arab delegation to London”)
The Palestine Mandate : Invalid and Impractical : A Contribution of Arguments and Documents Towards the Solution of the Palestine Problem (Beirut : American Press, 168 pages, 1936) “Presented to His Excellency the High Commissioner for Palestine in June, and submitted to His Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies in July, 1936. Part Ten and appendices added and Arabic version presented to the Supreme Arab Committee in August, 1936.”
The Politics of Arab Rebellion in Palestine, 1936-1939 (offprint from Middle Eastern Studies, May 1975, Frank Cass Publishing, 27pp, 1975)
Jeremy Bowen [BBC Middle East Correspondent]
The Arab Uprisings : The People Want the Fall of the Regime (Simon & Schuster, 2013)
War Stories (BBC, including large print edition, 2008 / Pocket Books, 2007)
Six Days : How the 1967 War Shaped the Middle East (Simon & Schuster, 2003 / Pocket Books, 2004)
Palestinian Refugees : Mythology, Identity and the Search for Peace (Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Reinner Publishing, 2003)
Viscount [Herbert] Samuel : A Biography (Victor Gollancz, 1957)
Glenn Bowman & David Harrison : The Politics of Tour Guiding : Israeli and Palestinian Tour Guides in Israel and the Occupied Territories, in David Harrison, editor : Tourism and the Less Developed Countries (Belhaven Press, 1992)
Humphrey Ernest Bowman (Director of Education in Palestine under the British Mandate Government)
Middle-East Window (Longmans, 1942) with introduction by Ronald Storrs
RAF Operations, 1918-1938 (William Kimber Publishing, 1988) Reference to British forces’ aerial bombing of Palestinian villages, 1938-1939.
Boy Scouts (Palestine troop)
The World Jamboree 1929 (London: Boy Scouts Association, 1929)
Visit of Palestinian Boy Scouts to the 1929 International Jamboree is documented in issues of Jamboree (London: Boy Scouts Association) and newspapers, including theManchester Guardian, the Observer, the Irish Times, and the Times of India. Later coverage is noted in the Palestinian press; see Fred Pragnell.
Francis Anthony Boyle
The Palestinian Right of Return under International Law (Atlanta, Georgia : Clarity Press, 2010)
Breaking All the Rules : Palestine, Iraq, Iran, and the Case for Impeachment (Atlanta, Georgia : Clarity Press, 2008)
Palestine, Palestinians and International Law (Atlanta, Georgia : Clarity Press, 2003)
Susan Silsby Boyle
Betrayal of Palestine : The Story of George Antonius (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 2001)
R. Michael Bracy [Robert]
Printing Class : ‘Isa al-@Isa, Filastin, and the Textual Construction of Modern Identity, 1911-1931 (Lanham, Maryland : University Press of America, 2011)
Irus Braverman (State University of New York at Buffalo, Harvard University, Hebrew University, University of Toronto)
Planted Flags : Trees, Land, and Law in Israel/Palestine (Cambridge University Press, 2009) The story of trees through the narratives of military and government officials, architects, lawyers, Palestinian and Israeli farmers, and Jewish settlers. Note : first book, “House Demolitions in East Jerusalem,” was published in Hebrew only in 2006.
Fatal Embrace : Christians, Jews and the Search for Peace in the Holy Land (Synergy Books, 2010)
Cursed Victory : A History of Israel and the Occupied Territories (Penguin, 2015) Assessment of the evolving militaryoccupation since the 1967 war. Author “enjoyed unparalleled access to high-level sources that enabled him to quote directly from top-secret memos, letters, and intelligence reports that are unlikely ever to be made public … Bregman’s account of the conflict born of the cursed victory is intelligent, informative and rich in telling details.” (Avi Shlaim, Guardian)
with Matthew Quest : Black Liberation and Palestine Solidarity (AK Press, 2013)
as editor : 51 Documents : Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis (Fort Lee, New Jersey : Barricade Books, 2002)
Arabs, Jews and Socialism : The Debate on Palestine, Zionism and Anti-Semitism(Socialist Organiser, ca. 1987)
Jews in America Today (Al Saqi Books, 1986)
The Iron Wall : Zionist Revisionism from Jabotinsky to Shamir (Zed Books, 1984)
Zionism in the Age of the Dictators (Croon Helm, 1983)
Brit Shalom (Zionist group for Jewish-Arab co-operation, organised 1925)
Jewish Arab Affairs – Occasional Papers Published by the Brit Shalom Society, June 1931 (Jerusalem : Brit Shalom Society, 60pp, 1931)
Practical Proposals by the Brit Shalom Society for Co-operation between Jews and Arabs in Palestine (Jerusalem : Brit Shalom Society, August 1930 – no UK repository copy confirmed).
Memorandum by the Brit Shalom on an Arab Policy & The Jewish Agency (Jerusalem : Azriel Press, January 1930 – no UK repository copy confirmed).
Brit Tzedek v’Shalom aka Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace (American Zionist lobby)
A Rabbinic Guide to 40 Years of Occupation [sic] (BTS/JAJP, 2007)
British Anti-Zionist Organisation – Palestine Solidarity
Palestine : Facts in Focus (Glasgow : BAZO-PS, 38pp, 1981)
Earl Browder & John Arnold
The Meaning of the Palestine Partition (New York State Buro, Communist Party, 1937) One essay each and a third authored corporately.
The Road to Power (Selwyn & Blount, 1937) Maverick who visited, sometimes illegally, every European dictatorship; includes account of Palestinian rebellion starting in 1936.
Nathan J. Brown
Palestinian Politics after the Oslo Accords : Resuming Arab Palestine (University of California Press, 2003)
A Captain’s Mandate : Palestine, 1946-1948 (Leo Cooper Publishing, 1996)
Rex Brynen & Roula el-Rifai, editors
Compensation to Palestinian Refugees and the Search for Palestinian-Israeli Peace (Pluto Press, 2013) Contributors – Leila Hilal : Palestinian Negotiation Priorities on Reparations for Refugees / Orit Gal : Compensation for Palestinian Refugees : An Israeli Perspective / Lena El-Malak : An Analysis of the Palestinian refugees’ Right to Reparation under International Law with a Focus on the Right to Compensation / Michael R. Fischbach : The United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine’s Records on Palestinian Refugee Property Losses / Roby Nathanson & Hagar Tzameret-Kertcher : Israel’s Policy Regarding Palestinian Refugee Real Estate Holdings : Israel’s State Records / Elia Zureik & Jaber Suleiman : In Search of Information about Refugee Property Ownership / Thierry J. Senechal & Leila Hilal : The Value of 1948 Palestinian Refugee Material Damages – An Estimate Based on International Standards / Atif Kubursi : Palestinian Refugee Losses in 1948 /Heike Niebergall & Norbert Wühler : Implementation of an Agreed Solution for Palestinian Refugee Claims – Learning from the Experience of other Claims Mechanisms / Megan Bradley : Gender Dimensions of Redress for the Palestinian Refugees / Megan Bradley : Redressing Internally Displaced Persons in Israel / Michael R. Fischbach : Linking Palestinian Compensation Claims with Jewish Property Claims against Arab Countries / Rex Brynen : Palestinian Refugee Compensation – Connections and Complexities / Anne Massagee : Beyond Compensation – Reparations, Transitional Justice and the Palestinian Refugee Question
B’Tselem (Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, founded in 1989)
under the Guise of Security : Routing the Separation Barrier to Enable the Expansion of Israeli Settlements in the West Bank (B’Tselem & BIMKOM, 2005)
Yezekhel Lein & Eyal Weizman : Land Grab : Israel’s Settlement Policy in the West Bank (B’Tselem, May 2002) Greater Jerusalem enlarged to include 15% of the West Bank.
See also publications by BIMKOM (Planners for Planning Rights, established in May 1999, with such publications as : The Prohibited Zone – Israeli Planning Policy in the Palestinian Villages in Area C (Bimkom / Oxfam / ICCO / New Israel Fund, 2008)
Legislation Allowing the Use of Physical Force and Mental Coercion in Interrogations by the General Security Service (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 2000
Land of Two Peoples : Martin Buber on Jews and Arabs (Oxford University Press, 1983) – edited by Paul R. Mendes-Flohr.
with Judah L. Magnes : Jewish-Arab Unity – Testimony before the Anglo-American Inquiry Commission of the Shud-Union Association (Victor Gollancz, 1947)
see also : Judah Leon Magnes.
Growing Up Palestinian : Israeli Occupation and the Intifada Generation translated byAnthony Roberts (Princeton University Press, 2004)
George Wesley Buchannan
The Strange Little City of Ancient Zion (Gilgamesh Publishing, 2015) The Temple Mount, Jerusalem, as located a few miles south of where it’s considered to be today.
Musa Budeiri [aka Budayri]
The Palestine Communist Party, 1919-1948 (Ithaca University Press, 1979)
See Budieri’s Democracy…and the Experience of National Liberation : The Palestinian Case, in Ilan Pappé & Jamil Hilal, editors : Across the Wall : Narratives of Israeli-Palestinian History (IB Tauris, 2010)
Colonial Land Policies in Palestine, 1917-1936 (Oxford University Press, 2007)
John Bunzl & Benjamin Beit-Hallami, editors
Psychoanalysis, Identity and Ideology : Critical Essays on the Israel/Palestine Case (Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2002) Papers presented at a conference at the Freud Museum, Vienna, 1999.
Avraham Burg (former Speaker of the Knesset)
The Holocaust is Over – We Must Rise from its Ashes (St Martins Press / Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) Suggests the connection between Jews and “the sources of Jewish culture” could be constitutionally protected in “an open, non-racist society.”
Michael Hamilton Burgoyne (Mamluk Buildings project in Jerusalem, 1969-1984; Head of project from 1979; lecturer at Glasgow School of Architecture)
Mamluk Jerusalem : An Architectural Study (World of Islam Festival Trust / British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, 623 pages plus separate portfolio of maps, 1987). with additional historical research by D.S. Richards (Oxford).
Palestine is Our Business (Philadelphia : Westminster, 1949)
Reja-e Busailah (Indiana & Birzeit Universities)
In the Land of My Birth : A Palestinian Boyhood (Institute for Palestine Studies, 2017) Abstract : “In the Land of My Birth recounts the coming of age of a blind Palestinian boy of modest milieu during the turbulent years leading up to the fall of Palestine in 1948. Above all, it is the boy’s life—his struggles to make his way in the sighted world, his upbringing, schooling, friendships, and adventures. It is a compelling human story with a mine of information on popular culture and customs, the educational system, and Palestinian life. While the looming conflict forms the essential backdrop, it comes to the fore only when it impinges directly on the boy’s world. The fact that the memoir unfolds largely in “real time,” with events, conversations, and situations recounted not retrospectively but as they are experienced, provides a rare window on the political attitudes, social views, legends, prejudices, perceptions and misperceptions of ordinary Palestinians at the time, unmediated and unvarnished. Essential reading for anyone interested in the cultural, social, and political history of Palestine, the condition of blindness, and the education of the blind.” With forward by Elias Khoury : “the most eloquent account of Lydda’s tragedy that exists : the expulsions, the killings, and the terrible march through the wilderness forced upon the city’s inhabitants by the Israeli occupiers.” See also memoirs : Edward Said‘s Out of Place and Jabra Ibrahim Jabra‘s The First Well.
Judith Butler (University of California at Berkeley)
Parting Ways : Jewishness and the Critique of Zionism (Columbia University Press, 2012) Publisher’s blurb : “Judith Butler follows Edward Said’s late suggestion that through a consideration of Palestinian dispossession in relation to Jewish diasporic traditions a new ethos can be forged for a one-state solution. Butler engages Jewish philosophical positions to articulate a critique of political Zionism and its practices of illegitimate state violence, nationalism, and state-sponsored racism. At the same time, she moves beyond communitarian frameworks, including Jewish ones, that fail to arrive at a radical democratic notion of political cohabitation. Butler engages thinkers such as Edward Said, Emmanuel Levinas, Hannah Arendt, Primo Levi, Martin Buber, Walter Benjamin, and Mahmoud Darwish as she articulates a new political ethic. In her view, it is as important to dispute Israel’s claim to represent the Jewish people as it is to show that a narrowly Jewish framework cannot suffice as a basis for an ultimate critique of Zionism. She promotes an ethical position in which the obligations of cohabitation do not derive from cultural sameness but from the unchosen character of social plurality. Recovering the arguments of Jewish thinkers who offered criticisms of Zionism or whose work could be used for such a purpose, Butler disputes the specific charge of anti-Semitic self-hatred often leveled against Jewish critiques of Israel. Her political ethic relies on a vision of cohabitation that thinks anew about binationalism and exposes the limits of a communitarian framework to overcome the colonial legacy of Zionism. Her own engagements with Edward Said and Mahmoud Darwish form an important point of departure and conclusion for her engagement with some key forms of thought derived in part from Jewish resources, but always in relation to the non-Jew. Butler considers the rights of the dispossessed, the necessity of plural cohabitation, and the dangers of arbitrary state violence, showing how they can be extended to a critique of Zionism, even when that is not their explicit aim. She revisits and affirms Edward Said’s late proposals for a one-state solution within the ethos of binationalism. Butler’s startling suggestion: Jewish ethics not only demand a critique of Zionism, but must transcend its exclusive Jewishness in order to realize the ethical and political ideals of living together in radical democracy.”
Linda Butler (Editor, Journal of Palestine Studies) & Bishara Bahbah
Israel and Latin America : The Military Connection (Macmillan / Institute for Palestine Studies, 1986)
The Road to Oxiana (Macmillan, 1937 / numerous subsequent editions) – classic period travelogue through the then-colonialist Middle East.
CAABU (Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding)
1948-1988 ~ The Palestinians : From Exodus to Uprising (CAABU, 32 pages, 1988) Authors include : David Watkins, Faisal Aouidha, Akive Orr, Musa Mazzawi, Tawfik Zayyad and Salih Baransi
The CAABU Anthology : A Source Book of Quotations on the Palestine Question (CAABU, revised edition, 88 pages with index, 1979) Topics include : Jewish critics of Early Zionism; Ottoman & Arab reactions to early Zionism; the Arab Exodus 1947/1948; various Zionist wars; Zionism & racism.
Michelle U. Campos
Ottoman Brothers : Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Early 20th Century Palestine (Stanford University Press, 2011) See also : Sandy Sufian & Mark LeVine
Futile Diplomacy – Vol. 4 : Operation Alpha and the Failure of Anglo-American Coercive Diplomacy in the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1954-1956 (Routledge, 2015)
Futile Diplomacy – Vol. 3 : The United Nations, the Great Powers and Middle East Peacemaking, 1948-1954 (Routledge, 2015)
Futile Diplomacy – Vol. 2 : Arab-Zionist Negotiations and the End of the Mandate (Frank Cass, 1986 / Routledge, 2015)
Futile Diplomacy – Vol. 1 : Early Arab-Zionist Negotiation Attempts, 1913-1931 (Frank Cass, 1983 / Routledge, 2015)
Palestine Jewry and the Arab Question, 1917-1925 (Frank Cass, 1978 / Routledge, 2015)
The Israel-Palestine Conflict : Contested Histories (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
See also Caplan’s ‘Oom-Shmoom’ Revisited ; Israeli Attitudes towards the UN and the Great Powers, 1948-1960, in Abraham Ben-Zvi & Aharon Klieman, editors : Global Powers : Essays in Honour of David Vital (Frank Cass, 2001)
Oslo – Before and After : The Status of Human Rights in the Occupied Territories (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1999)
Roane Carey & Jonathan Shainin, editors, with Tom Segev & Anthony Lewis
The Other Israel : Voices of Refusal and Dissent (New York City : New Press, 2002)
Roane Carey, editor
The New Intifada : Resisting Israel’s Apartheid (Verso, 2001)
David Carter (Middle East Evangelical Concern, Leicester)
Mistaken Identity : Who is Who? And Why it Matters (author, 2017) Publisher’s blurb : “Prompted by an ‘unexpected pilgrimage’ this book seeks to follow the story and understand the identity of God’s people from the garden to The Cross. It examines God’s purpose in calling people for mission. Asking about the people, the land, the promises and the Jewish messiah leads to answers that challenge the accepted tenets of Christian Zionism.”
The Jerusalem Question (Croom Helm, 1988)
Jerusalem (Croom Helm, 1981)
The Question of Jerusalem (76pp report; Third World Centre, 1980)
Palestine and International Law : The Legal Aspects of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Longman, 1973 / 1976)
Palestine : The Road to Peace (Longman, 1971)
Palestine, The Arabs and Israel : The Search for Justice (Longman, 1969 / 1970)
Edward Cavanagh and Lorenzo Veracini, editors
The Routledge Handbook of the History of Settler Colonialism (Routledge, 469 pages, 2017) Contents include two chapters on Palestine : Gershon Shafir : Theorizing Zionist Settler Colonialism in Palestine Arnon Degani : A Dying Settler Colonialism: Israel and the Palestinians after 1948.
See also Lorenzo Veracini
Major Farran’s Hat : Murder, Scandal and Britain’s War against Jewish Terrorism, 1945-1948 (Vintage, 2010) A single, counter-terrorism act against the Stern Gang is highlighted as futile effort to manage militant Zionism.
Zionism in England, 1917-1939 (PhD thesis, 493 leaves, Oxford University, 1986) Available at the Bodleian Library, shelfmark : MS.D.Phil.c.6231.
Faith Beyond Despair : Building Hope in the Holy Land – with Alain Michel – translated by Anthony Harvey (Canterbury Press, 2008)
We Belong to the Land : The Story of a Palestinian Israeli Who Lives for Peace and Reconciliation (Indiana : University of Notre Dame Press, 1992/2001) Melkite Church priest’s story; sequel to Blood Brothers.
Blood Brothers -with David Hazard (Eastbourne : Kingsway Press, 1984)
The Palestinian Resistance – translated by Michael Perl (Penguin, 1972) an outgrowth of article in Le Monde Diplomatique (March 1969) that was republished as The Palestinian Resistance Movement (Beirut : The Fifth of June Society, 45pp, 1969)
The Palestinian Resistance Movement (in early 1969) : A Report … Published by “Le Monde diplomatique”, March 1969 (Beirut: Fifth of June Society, 45pp, 1969) Containing descriptions of commando training, the background and ideologies of the different groups, interviews with commando leaders and with rank-and-file, and a historical summary of the Palestine conflict.
Palestinian Civil Society : Foreign Donors and the Power to Promote and Exclude (Routledge, 2008)
Paul Thomas Chamberlin
The Global Offensive : The United States, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and the Making of the Post-Cold War Order (Oxford University Press, 2012, 2015)
Colin Gilbert Chapman (former lecturer in Islamic Studies at the Near East School of Theology, Beirut)
Whose Holy City? Jerusalem and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – several editions; alternate title : Whose Holy City? Jerusalem and the Future of Peace in the Middle East (Oxford : Lion, 2004 / Baker, 2005) – Author has written several books on Christianity in the Middle East.
Whose Promised Land ? The Continuing Crisis over Israel and the Palestinians (Oxford : Lion, 2002)
David A. Charters
British Army and Jewish Insurgency in Palestine (Macmillan, 1989) Addresses the failure of British Intelligence efforts.
Sami Shalom Chetrit
Intra-Jewish Conflict in Israel : Jews, Black Jews (Routledge, 2010) – Israel’s Black Panthers movement, “the first Israeli group to make contact with members of the PLO, recognizing the Palestinian right to self-determination and linking that to the Mizrahi cause.” The religious Sephardis have “in recent years become increasingly territorial-expansionist, rightist, and racist.” – Rachel Shabi, Not the Enemy.
Michel Chiha (Lebanese journalist, banker, and politician)
Palestine : Edited [editorial] Reflections of Michel Chiha, 1944-1955 (Stacey International, 2007; translation of or French original by Beirut : Editions du Trident, 1957) – editorials written for the daily Beirut newspaper, Le Jour, which he part-owned.
Child Soldiers International
Report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child in Advance of Israel’s Second Periodic Report under the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CSI, 2012)
Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy
Churchill and the Middle East (Toronto : The Society, 47 pages, 2003) Speech at 20th annual dinner, 18 November 2003)
Noam Chomsky (Linguist and historian, with numerous overlapping books on the Palestinian struggle)
Pirates & Emperors, Old & New (Pluto Press, 2015) – Compilation of essays, 1986-2001, some of which are on the Palestine.
Fateful Triangle : The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians (Pluto Press, 1999 enlarged edition from 1983 original, with further expanded edition due May 2016)
Middle East Illusions – Including Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood (Rowman & Littlefield, 2003)
Nadav Even Chorev
Arab NGOs for Civic and Social Change in Israel : Mapping the Field (Jerusalem : Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 2008)
Tend the Olive, Water the Vine : Globalization and the Negotiation of Early Childhood in Palestine (Greenwich, Connecticut : IAP-Information Age, 2006)
Perceptions of Palestine : Their Influence on US Middle East Policy (University of California Press, 1999)
David John Clark
The Colonial Police and Anti-Terrorism : Bengal – 1930-1936; Palestine, 1937-1947; and Cyprus, 1955-1959 (Thesis, Oxford University, 1978) Available at the British Library – shelfmark : Document Supply DRT 451552.
Helena Cobban (former war correspondent of the Lebanese Civil War, now publisher of Just World Books)
The Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks : 1991-1996 and Beyond (Washington DC : United States Institute of Peace Press, 1999)
The Superpowers and the Syrian-Israeli Conflict (Praeger Press / Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1991)
The Making of Modern Lebanon (Hutchinson/HarperCollins, 1985)
The Palestinian Liberation Organisation : People, Power and Politics (Cambridge University Press, 1985)
The Shia Community and the Future of Lebanon (Washington DC : American University Press, 1985)
Andrew & Leslie Cockburn
Dangerous Liaison : The Inside Story of the US-Israeli Covert Relationship (HarperCollins / Bodley Head, 1991/1992)
Arab Border-Villages in Israel : A Study of Continuity and Change in Social Organisation (Manchester University Press, 1965 / 1972)
Aharon Cohen (Secretary, 1941-1948, of the League for Jewish-Arab Rapprochement and Co-operation, which sought a bi-national post-Mandate state)
Israel and the Arab World (Funk & Wagnalls, WH Allen, 1970 / Beacon Press, 1976)
Asher Cohen & Yehoyakim Cochavi, editors
Zionist Youth Movements during the Shoah (Peter Lang Publishing, 1995)
Geula Cohen – [Stern Gang pirate radio presenter]
Woman of Violence : Memories of a Young Terrorist, 1945-1948 (Rupert Hart-Davis / Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1966) – translated by Hilliel Halkin. – Written with the narrative air of fiction.
Hillel Cohen (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Year Zero of the Arab-Israeli Conflict ~ 1929 (Brandeis University Press, 2015) Publisher’s blurb : “In late summer 1929, a countrywide outbreak of Arab-Jewish-British violence transformed the political landscape of Palestine forever. In contrast with those who point to the wars of 1948 and 1967, historian Hillel Cohen marks these bloody events as year zero of the Arab-Israeli conflict that persists today. The murderous violence inflicted on Jews caused a fractious – and now traumatized – community of Zionists, non-Zionists, Ashkenazim, and Mizrachim to coalesce around a unified national consciousness arrayed against an implacable Arab enemy. While the Jews unified, Arabs came to grasp the national essence of the conflict, realizing that Jews of all stripes viewed the land as belonging to the Jewish people. Through memory and historiography, in a manner both associative and highly calculated, Cohen traces the horrific events of August 23 to September 1 in painstaking detail. He extends his geographic and chronological reach and uses a non-linear reconstruction of events to call for a thorough reconsideration of cause and effect. Sifting through Arab and Hebrew sources – many rarely, if ever, examined before – Cohen reflects on the attitudes and perceptions of Jews and Arabs who experienced the events and, most significantly, on the memories they bequeathed to later generations.”
The Rise and Fall of Arab Jerusalem : Palestinian Politics and the City Since 1967 (Routledge, 2011) Commissioned by the Jerusalem Institute for Israeli Studies.
Good Arabs : The Israeli Security Agencies and the Israeli Arabs, 1948-1967 (University of California Press, 2010)
Army of Shadows : Palestinian Collaboration with Zionism, 1917-1948 – translated by Haim Watzman (University of California Press, 2008) – Author pitches that “there is no universal definition of treason” and details Zionist efforts to divide the Palestinian community, favouring Ragheb Nashashibi’s National Defense Party (NDP), and funding, in the 1920s, of the Palestinian “farmers’ parties.” Emphasises Al-Hajj Amin Al-Husayni’s influence; see the unacknowledged 2002 biography by Philip Matter for another angle.
The Progress of Zionism (Zionist Organisation [London], 68 pages, 1943, 1944, 1947 [pamphlet])
MJ Cohen (Michael J Cohen)
Britain’s Moment in Palestine : Retrospect and Perspectives, 1917-1948 (Routledge, 2014)
as co-editor with Martin Kolinsky : Demise of the British Empire in the Middle East – Britain’s Responses to Nationalist Movements, 1943-1955 (Frank Cass, 1998) Contents include : Nicholas Owen – Britain and Decolonization – The Labour Governments and the Middle East, 1945-1951 / Michael Thornhill – Britain and the Politics of the Arab League, 1943-1950 / Rodney Wilson – Economic Aspects of Arab Nationalism / Ilan Pappé – British Rule in Jordan, 1943-1955 / Avraham Sela – Britain and the Palestine Question, 1945-1948 – The Dialectic of regional and International Constraints.
as co-editor with Martin Kolinsky : Britain and the Middle East in the 1930s – Security Problems, 1935-1939 (Macmillan & King’s College London, 1992). See : The Collapse and Restoration of Public Security, an examination of the Revolt and British counter-insurgency measures; and Meir Pail’s A Breakthrough in Zionist Military Conceptions, 1936-1939 (learnt from British forces).
Palestine to Israel : From Mandate to Independence (Frank Cass, 1988)
as editor : The British Decision to Evacuate Palestine, 1947-1948 (Garland, 1987)
as editor : United Nations Discussions on Palestine, 1947 (Garland, 1987)
as editor : The Anglo American Committee on Palestine, 1945-1946 (Garland, 1987)
as editor : Palestine and the Arab Federation, 1935-1945 (Garland, 1987)
as editor : Jewish Resistance to British Rule in Palestine, 1944-1947 (Garland, 1987)
Churchill and the Jews (Frank Cass, 1985)
Palestine and the Great Powers, 1945-1948 (Princeton University Press, 1982)
-as by Mark Julian Cohen : Palestine : Retreat from the Mandate : The Making of British Policy, 1936-1945 (Elek, 1978 / Garland, 1987)
Naomi W. Cohen
American Jews and the Zionist Idea (New York City : Ktav Publishing, 1975)
Stanley Cohen & Daphna Golan
The Interrogation of Palestinians During the Intifada : Ill-treatment, “Moderate Physical Pressure” or Torture? (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 19991
See : Daphna Golan
with Dawoud El-Alami : The Palestine-Israeli Conflict : A Beginner’s Guide (OneWorld, 2008, 2015)
with Mary Grey : Debating Palestine and Israel (Exeter : Impress, 2014)
The Politics of Apocalypse : The History and Influence of Christian Zionism (OneWorld Publications, 2006)
Christine Collette and Stephen Bird, editors
Jews, Labour and the Left, 1918-1948 (Ashgate, 2000) Includes chapters on Jewish Labor Committee and Anti-Nazi Activity 1933-41; Clerks & The Histadrut in British-Ruled Palestine; Utopian Visions of labour Zionism, British Labour and the Socialist International in the 1930s; Jewish Section of the CPGB, 1926-45; Szmul Zygielbojm, British Labour Party & the Holocaust; Labour Party, Zionism & Palestine
John Collins (Saint Lawrence University, New York)
Global Palestine (Hurst, 2011) – Palestine’s continued international relevance.
Occupied by Memory : The Intifada Generation and the Palestinian State of Emergency (New York University Press, 2004) – an ethnographic study of the first Intifada.
Larry Collins & Dominique Lapierre
O Jerusalem! The Bitter, Epic Struggle for the City of Peace (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1972)
Committee of Palestinian Deportees
Homeward Bound…The Return Boat Journey of Palestinian Deportees (The Committee, 17pp, 1988) On an Intifada-period boat-lift to return Palestinians who had been deported in previous years; includes a list of the names and occupations of those on the boat.
John Connell (John Henry Robertson)
The House by Herod’s Gate (Sampson Low & Marston, 1947) – An account of Mandate Palestine, 1940-1042.
Disappearing Palestine : Israel’s Experiments in Human Despair (Zed Books, 2008)
Israel and the Clash of Civilisations : Iraq, Iran, and the Plan to Remake the Middle East (Pluto Press, 2008)
Blood and Religion : The Unmasking of the Jewish and Democratic State (Pluto Press, 2006)
Thomas Cook (travel agency)
Cook’s Tourists’ Handbook for Palestine and Syria (Thomas Cook & Sons Ltd / Simpkin, Marshall & Co, 1886)
Cook’s Trevellers’ Handbook to Palestin, Syria and Iraq (Thomas Cook & Sons Ltd / Simpkin, Marshall & Co, 1934)
William A. Cook (University of La Verne, USA)
The Plight of the Palestinians : A Long History of Destruction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) Publisher’s blurb : “A collection of voices from around the world that establishes in both theoretical and graphic terms the slow, methodical genocide taking place in Palestine beginning in the 1940s. Voices decrying in startling, vivid, and forceful language the calculated atrocities taking place.”
John K. Cooley
An Alliance Against Babylon : The US, Israel and Iraq (Pluto Press, 2005) – with foreword by William R. Polk
Green March, Black September : The Story of the Palestinian Arabs (Frank Cass, 263 pages, 1973)
Town Planning Under Military Occupation : An Examination of the Law and Practice of Town Planning in the Occupied West Bank (Dartmouth, 1992)
Wadad Makdisi Cortas (mother-in-law of Edward Said)
The World I Loved (Nation Books, 2009) Lebanon, but relevant to Palestine.
Paul Cossali and Cathy Hartley
Survey of Arab-Israeli Relations (Routledge, 2002, 2004, 2006)
Paul Cossali (teacher) and Clive Robson (development worker)
Stateless in Gaza (Zed Books, 1986) Based on interviews with Gazans; authors are foreign Gaza residents.
see also : Martin Wright; Shirley Eber
Palestine Policeman : An Account of Eighteen Dramatic Months in the Palestine Police Force During the Great Jew-Arab Troubles (Herbert Jenkins Publications, 1939)
Kenneth Cragg (Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem, academic, with numerous books on Christianity and Islam)
The Arab Christian : A History in the Middle East (Louisville, Kentucky : John Knox Press, 1991 / Mowbray, 1992)
Palestine : The Prize and Price of Zion (Cassell, 1997) History of the relationship between Palestinian Arabs and Jews.
Richard Ben Cramer
How Israel Lost : The Four Questions at the Heart of the Middle East Crisis (Free Press, 2005)
Balfour’s Shadow : British Support for Zionism and Israel, 1917-2017 (Pluto Press, 2017)
Europe’s Alliance with Israel : Aiding the Occupation (Pluto Press, 2010, 2011)
Palestine Mission ; Personal Record (Hamish Hamilton, 1947) Labour MP for Coventry East, who, in 1946, unsuccessfully challenged Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin to allow 100,000 European Jews to emigrate to Mandate Palestine. Admits here that Arab Palestinian opposition to Zionism was not anti-Jewish.
A. Jay Cristol
The Liberty Incident : The 1967 Israeli Attack on the US Navy Spy Ship (Brassey’s, 2002)
Bartley Cavanaugh Crum
Behind the Silken Curtain : A Personal Account of Anglo-American Diplomacy in Palestine and the Middle East (Simon & Schuster 1947 / Victor Gollancz, 1947) Rumoured to have been ghosted by Gerold Frank.
Mark Curtis (former Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House)
Secret Affairs : Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam (Serpent’s Tail, revised edition, 2018) Tangental to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.
By Theft and Murder : A Beginner’s Guide to the Occupation of Palestine (Spare Change Books, 2003)
Richard H. Curtiss
A Changing Image : American Perceptions of the Arab-Israeli Dispute (Washington DC : American Educational Trust, 1982/1986)
Children of the Siege (William Heinemann / Pan, 1988) Dr Cutting spent the mid-1980s in Bourj al Barajneh, a Palestinian refugee camp in Beirut, treating victims of bombardment, sniper fire, and starvation diets of dogs, rats, and grass. Note : see also Dr Swee Chai Ang, Dr Runa MacKay & Dr Chris Giannou.
Walled : Israeli Society at an Impasse (The Other Press, 2007) – from the publisher : Walled examines the contemporary state of mind of Israel’s citizens, tracing the history of the State of Israel back to the Jewish national movement and the beginnings of Zionism. Sylvain Cypel offers a lucid analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian situation and powerfully demonstrates that the wall of protection erected in the West Bank by Israel is the most visible symptom of a society in peril. Those who are walled, Cypel argues, are first and foremost the Israelis themselves, who have chosen to ignore rather than acknowledge the existence and rights of their neighbors. Through the study of political discourse, intellectual controversy, and national institutions such as the army and the educational system, Cypel illuminates the mechanics of the culture of force that has led Israeli society into its current impasse. Walled combines historical, cultural, and sociological analysis with personal testimonies and a delightful Jewish wit, offering a cogent and gripping portrait of two peoples walled by denial: Israeli society and its “other,” the Palestinians.
Nadia Taysir Dabbagh (Psychiatrist at the Royal Free Hospital, London)
Suicide in Palestine : Narratives of Despair (C. Hurst, 2005)
Ismail Z. Dajani
Palestine – Its Unknown History – A Chronicle 2000 BC – 1948 (American University in Cairo Press, 83 pages, 1991)
Souad R. Dajani
Ruling Palestine : A History of the Legally Sanctioned Jewish-Israeli Seizure of Land and Housing in Palestine (Geneva : Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions [COHRE] / Bethlehem : BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights, 2005)
Eyes without Country : Searching for a Palestinian Strategy of Liberation (Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1994-1995)
The Intifada (Centre for Hebraic Studies, University of Jordan, 1990)
From the Holy Mountain : A Journey in the Shadow of Byzantium (Travel with some Palestinian relevance, HarperCollins 1997/Flamingo 1998)
A Short Survey of the Palestine Problem (Beirut : PLO Research Centre, 30 pages, 1966) – later edition as The Palestine Question : A Brief Analysis (93 pages)
Marwan Darweish / Darwish & Andrew Rigby
Popular Protest in Palestine : The Unknown Future of the Non-Armed Resistance (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 2018)
Palestinians in Israel : Nationality and Citizenship (University of Bradford, Department of Peace Studies, 1995)
Joseph E. David, Udi Dromi, Sari Sapir, & Susan Kennedy – editors
The State of Israel : Between Judaism and Democracy – A Compendium of Interviews and Articles (Jerusalem : Israel Democracy Institute, 2003) – A compilation of pieces reflecting Liberal Zionism. Includes : Anita Shapira – Agreement on the Limits of Disagreement / A.B. Yehoshua – An Israeli State / Asa Kasher – A Democratic State of the Jews / Sammy Smooha – The Nation Before the State
America’s Palestine : Popular and Official Perceptions from Balfour to Israel’s Statehood (University Press of Florida, 2001)
John H. Davis (former Head of UNWRA)
The Evasive Peace : A Study of the Zionist-Arab Problem (John Murray, 1968)
Rochelle A. Davis (Arab Studies, Georgetown University)
-as editor, with Mimi Kirk (Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore) : Palestine and the Palestinians in the 21st Century (Indiana University Press, 2013) – Contents : Gabriel Piterberg : The Zionist Colonization of Palestine in the Context of Comparative Settler Colonialism / Leila Farsakh : Colonial Occupation and Development in the West Bank and Gaza – Understanding the Palestinian Economy through the Work of Yusif Sayigh / Tamim al-Barghouti : War, Peace, Civil War: A Pattern? / As’ad Ghanem : Hamas Following the 2006 Palestinian Legislative Election: A Critical Victory / Sara Roy : Before Gaza, After Gaza: Examining the New Reality in Israel/Palestine / Susan Akram : The Legal Trajectory of the Palestinian Refugee Issue – From Exclusion to Ambiguity / Islah Jad : The Debate on Islamism and Secularism: The Case of Palestinian Women’s Movements / Loren Lybarger : Other Worlds to Live In: Palestinian Retrievals of Religion and Tradition under Conditions of Chronic National Collapse / Michael C. Hudson : Palestine in the American Political Arena – Is a “Reset” Possible? / Noura Erakat : Human Rights and the Rule of Law / Ali Abunimah : Lessons for Palestine from Northern Ireland: Why George Mitchell Couldn’t Turn Jerusalem into Belfast / Saree Makdisi : One State: The Realistic Solution
Palestinian Village Histories : Geographies of the Displaced (Stanford University Press, 2011)
Uri Davis [A member of Fatah since 1984, long at the University of Bradford]
as co-editor, with Nils A. Butenschon and Manuel Hassassian : Citizenship and the State in the Middle East : Approaches and Applications (Syracuse University Press, 2000)
Citizenship and the State : A Comparative Study of Citizenship Laws in Israel, Jordan, Palestine, Syria and Lebanon (Ithaca Press, 1997)
Crossing the Border : An Autobiography of an Anti-Zionist Palestine Jew (Books & Books, 1995)
The State of Palestine (Ithaca Press, 1991)
Israel : An Apartheid State (Zed Books, 1986) / Apartheid Israel : Possibilities for the Struggle Within (Zed Books, 2003)
with Abbas Shiblak : Civil and Citizenship Rights of Palestinian Refugees (Jerusalem : Shami, 1995)
with Walter Lehn : The Jewish National Fund (Kegan Paul, 1988)
The Golan Heights under Israeli Occupation, 1967-1981 (University of Durham Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, 1983)
as co-editor, see also: Fouzi el-Asmar
Palestinian Arabs in Israel : Two Case Studies (Ithaca Press / Middle East Research and Action Group, 1977) Study 1 – Hasan Amun, Uri Davis, Nasr Dakhlallah San’allah : Deir al-Asad, The Destiny of an Arab Village in Galilee / Study 2 – Adnan Abed Elrazik, Riyad Amin, Uri Davis : The Destiny of Arab Students in Institutions of Higher Education in Israel
Israel, Utopia Incorporated : A Study of Class, State, and Corporate Kin Control (Zed Press, 1977)
as co-editor, with Fouzi el-Asmar and Naim Khadr : Towards a Socialist Republic of Palestine (Ithaca Press, 1978)
as co-editor, with Norton Mezvinsky : Documents from Israel, 1967-1973 : Readings for a Critique of Zionism (Ithaca Press, 1975)
as co-editor, with Andrew Mack and Nira Yuval-Davis : Israel and the Palestinians (Ithaca Press & University of Bradford, 1975)
as co-editor, with Martin Blatt and Paul Kleinbaum, with an introduction by Noam Chomsky : Dissent & Ideology in Israel : Resistance to the Draft, 1948-1973 (Ithaca Press / Housmans Bookshop / Middle East Research & Action Group / Lansbury House Trust, 1975) Contains glossary.
see : Fouzi el-Asmar; Katie Attwell
Nira Yuval-Davis & Daiva Stasiulis, editors
Unsettling Settler Societies : Articulations of Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Class (Sage, 1995)
Break-Through : A Personal Account of Egypt-Israel Peace Negotiations (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981)
Story of My Life (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1976)
Diary of the Sinai Campaign 1956 (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1966 / Sphere Books, 1967)
Deir Yassin Massacre (1948) :
Michael Prior, editor, with foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Speaking the Truth : Zionism, Israel and the Occupation (Northampton, Massachusetts : Olive Branch Press, 2005) Michael Prior : Zionism and the Challenge of Historical Truth and Morality / Rosemary & Herman Ruether : Zionism, Christianity and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict / Ilan Pappé : State of Denial : The Nakbah in Israeli History and Today / Daniel McGowan : Why We Remember Deir Yassin / Rev. Stephen Sizer : The International Christian Embassy, Jerusalem : A Case Study in Political Christian Zionism / Peter Miano : Mainstream Christian Zionism / Duncan Macpherson : Politics and Multi-Faith in the Holy Land : A Challenge for Christians / Jean Zaru : Theologising, Truth and Peacemaking in the Palestinian Experience / Paul Eisen : Speaking the Truth to Jews / Nasser Aruri : The Right of Return and its Detractors / Betsy Barlow : Waking the Sleeping Giant
Shai – The Exploits of Hagana Intelligence (Thomas Yoseloff Publishing, 1959)
Democratic Front for the [People’s] Liberation of Palestine [PFLP]
The Political Program (44pp, 1975)
On Terrorism / Role of the Party / Leninism vs. Zionism (Buffalo, New York : Palestine Solidarity Committee / Democratic Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, 14pp, ca. 1970s) Precis and full titles per the text: “Terrorism and Revolutionary Violence, is a critical analysis of terrorism and its role in revolutionary struggle…Role of the Party, states the necessity of forming a vanguard party in order to insure the continual development of the resistance struggle along the path of the socialist revolution… The Leninst Struggle Against Zionism, is a brief historical analysis of Zionism in its conflict with the international communist movement showing the positions taken by the Arab Communist parties as Zionism and the Zionest [sic] movement seized control of Palestine.” All first published in the Palestine Resistance Bulletin, a DPFLP journal.
Towards a Democratic Solution to the Palestinian Question (Quebec: Presses Solidaires Publication / Democratic People’s Front for the Liberation of Palestine, 21pp, 1970) Calls for eliminating Israel and “liberating Jews from the Zionist movement.”
Donna Robinson Devine
Exiled in the Homeland : Zionism and the Return to Mandate Palestine (University of Texas Press, 2009)
Politics and Society in Ottoman Palestine : The Arab Struggle for Survival and Power (Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publications, 1994)
Donna Robinson Devine & Philip Carl Salzman, editors
Postcolonial Theory and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Routledge, 2008)
David De Vries (Tel Aviv University)
Strike Action and Nation Building : Labor Unrest in Palestine/Israel, 1899-1951 (Berghahn Books, 2015). Publisher’s blurb : “Strike-action has long been a notable phenomenon in Israeli society, despite forces that have weakened its recurrence, such as the Arab-Jewish conflict, the decline of organized labor, and the increasing precariousness of employment. While the impact of strikes was not always immense, they are deeply rooted in Israel’s past during the Ottoman Empire and Mandate Palestine. Workers persist in using them for material improvement and to gain power in both the private and public sectors, reproducing a vibrant social practice whose codes have withstood the test of time. This book unravels the trajectory of the strikes as a rich source for the social-historical analysis of an otherwise nation-oriented and highly politicized history.”
Diamonds and War : State, Capital, and Labour in British Rules Palestine (Berghahn Books, 2010). Publisher’s blurb : “The mining of diamonds, their trading mechanisms, their financial institutions, and, not least, their cultural expressions as luxury items have engaged the work of historians, economists, social scientists, and international relations experts. Based on previously unexamined historical documents found in archives in Belgium, England, Israel, the Netherlands, and the United States, this book is the first in English to tell the story of the formation of one of the world’s main strongholds of diamond production and trade in Palestine during the 1930s and 1940s. The history of the diamond-cutting industry, characterized by a long-standing Jewish presence, is discussed as a social history embedded in the international political economy of its times; the genesis of the industry in Palestine is placed on a broad continuum within the geographic and economic dislocations of Dutch, Belgian, and German diamond-cutting centers. In providing a micro-historical and interdisciplinary perspective, the story of the diamond industry in Mandate Palestine proposes a more nuanced picture of the uncritical approach to the strict boundaries of ethnic-based occupational communities. This book unravels the Middle-eastern pattern of state intervention in the empowerment of private capital and recasts this craft culture’s inseparability from international politics during a period of war and transformation of empire.”
Jonathan Dimbleby (BBC and ITV news reporter, long in the Middle East) & Donald McCullin
The Palestinians (Quartet Books, 1980) A striking period book depicting refugee camp life, especially in Lebanon. McCullin’s revealing photographs are supplemented with important news agency images from earlier eras.
Cause for Concern : A Quaker’s View of the Palestine Problem (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1970)
Peter Dodd & Halim Barakat
River without Bridges : A Study of the Exodus of the 1967 Palestinian Arab Refugees (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1969)
Jasmine Donahaye (Swansea University)
Losing Israel (Seren, 2015) Author discovers her grandparent kibbutzniks’ displacement of fellahin “by capital in the 1920s and 1930s, and by war in 1948.”
The Suppression of Guilt : The Israeli Media and the Reoccupation of the West Bank (Pluto Press, 2005)
Intifada Hits the Headlines : How the Israeli Press Misreported the Outbreak of the Second Palestinian Uprising (Indiana University Press,2004)
The Rise of the Sanjak in Jerusalem in the Late Nineteenth Century, in Ilan Pappé, ed :The Israel/Palestine Question (Routledge, 2007)
Family History in the Middle East: Household, Property and Gender (State University of New York Press, 2003)
Rediscovering Palestine : Merchants and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700-1900 (University of California Press, 1995)
Catriona Drew (SOAS)
Remembering 1948 : Who’s Afraid of International Law in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict? in: R. Gaita & G. Simpson, editors : Who’s Afraid of International Law? (Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2017)
Self-Determination, Population Transfer and the Middle East Peace Accords, in K. Arts & P. Leite, editors : Human Rights, Self-determination and Political Change in the Palestinian Occupied Territories (The Hague : Kluwer Law International, 1997)
Interest Groups and Political Change in Israel (State University of New York Press, 1990) Gush Emunim focus.
The Seam Line : Arab Workers and Jewish Managers in the Israeli Textile Industry (Stanford University Press, 2000)
Mrs. Edgar Dugdale / Blance Dugdale
The Balfour Declaration : Origins and Background (Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1940)
Douglas Duff (Palestine Police)
Palestine Picture (Hodder & Stoughton, 1936)
Galilee Galloper (John Murray, 1935) Biography of Edwin G Bryant, known as ‘Abu George,’ superintendent of the Acre Prison.
with Wendy Pullan : Jerusalem : the Cost of Failure (Royal Institute of International Affairs / Chatham House, 2010)
as editor : Arab-Israeli Conflict : Major Writings in Middle Eastern Studies (Routledge, 2009)
The Future of the Palestinian Refugees : Toward Equality and Peace (Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rirnner Publications, 2007)
as editor : Palestinian Refugee Repatriation : Global Perspectives (Routledge, 2006)
The Politics of Sacred Space (Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rirnner Publications, 2002)
Islam and Israel : Muslim Religious Endowments and the Jewish State (Washington DC : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1997)
The Politics of Jerusalem Since 1967 (Columbia University Press, 1996)
Pens and Swords : How the American Mainstream Media Report the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Columbia University Press, 2008)
An Autobiography (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1978)
Shirley Eber, Kevin O’Sullivan, John Fisher, John Richardson, editors; with Paul Cossali
Israel and the Occupied Territories : The Rough Guide (Rough Guides, 1989, 1992, 1998) – the evolution of a major travel guide.
Palestine : Land of Broken Promise : A Statement of the Facts Concerning Palestine and an Examination of the Anglo-American Commission (Dorothy Crisp & Co., 1946) -argues against partition and for self-determination of the Arab majority. These ‘promises’ within, spotted by Karl Sabbagh.
Under Two Flags : The Life of Major-General Sir Edward Spears (Phoenix, 1998)
Balfour : A Life of Arthur James Balfour (Collins, 1980)
Tor Eigeland [photography]
Exodus, 1967 – The Story of Arab Refugees (Beirut : Friends of the Arab Refugees, 24pp, 1967) Numerous full page photographs of Arab refugees from the Six Day War.
Mandated Landscape : British Imperial Rule in Palestine, 1929-1948 (Routledge, 2004, 2006)
Islamic Law in Palestine and Israel : A History of the Survival of Tazimat and Sharia in the British Mandate and the Jewish State (Grave Distractions Publications, 2015)
Bishop Riah Abu El-editor’s comments [Palestinian Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem 1998-2007]
Caught in Between : The Story of an Arab-Christian Israeli (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1999)
Zionism at the UN : A Diary of the First Days -translated by Michael Ben-Yitzhak (Jewish Publication Society of America, 1976)
Akiva Eldar (Ha’aretz, Al Monitor) & Idith Zertal (University of Basel)
Lords of the Land : The War for Israel’s Settlements in the Occupied Territories, 1967-2007 (Nation Books, 576 pages, 2007) Cites the settlers’ movement as influencing Israeli Government policy.
Churchill and the Jews : An Assessment of Two Recent Studies and Their Contemporary Relevance (Farnsfield : Olive Press, 22 pages, 2009)
Syed Ali El-Edroos
The Hashemite Arab Army, 1908-1979 – An Appreciation and Analysis of Military Operations (Amman : Publishing Committee, 1980). A great many useful maps.
Living with Jews – translated by Peretz Kidron & Marzell Kay (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1983)
Israelis & Palestinians : Co-existence or – “The Credo of Elia Eliachar” – Edited byPhilip Gillon (Tel Aviv : Gaalyah Cornfield, 1977) – from the foreword: ” based on chapters from … Living with Palestinians, by Elie Eliachar, published in 1975, augumented by numerous discussions I have had with him since.”
Wanted (Shengold Publishers, 1984) – translated from 1983 Hebrew original by Mordecai Schreiber. Relevant to the history of the Irgun.
Old Conflict, New War : Israel’s Politics Toward the Palestinians (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
The Making of Israeli Militarism (Indian University Press, 1998)
Three Wishes : Palestinian and Israeli Children Speak (Groundwood Books, 2006)
Marc H. Ellis
Reading the Torah Out Loud : A Journey of Lament and Hope (Philadelphia : Fortress Press, 2007) Note : on liberation theology
Israel and Palestine out of the Ashes : The Search for Jewish Identity in the Twenty-First Century (Pluto Press, 2002)
Marc H. Ellis and Rosemary Radford Ruether, editors
Beyond Occupation : American Jewish, Christian and Palestinian Voices for Peace(Boston : Beacon Press, 1990)
Marc H. Ellis andDaniel A. McGowan, editors
Remembering Deir Yassin : The Future of Israel and Palestine (New York City : Olive Branch Press, 1998)
General George Fielding Eliot
Hate, Hope and High Explosives (Bobbs Merrill, 1948, plus other reprints) A military man’s reports in the spring of 1948 from such cities as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Cairo, Beirut, Damascus, Teheran, Bagdad, Amman, Athens, Istanbul & Ankara, Trieste, and Salonika. It includes statements of Haganah officers.
Three Wishes : Palestinian and Israeli Children Speak Out (Groundwood Publications, 110pp, 2004)
Sharif Elmusa (University of Cairo, United Nations)
Water Conflict : Economics, Politics, Law and Palestinian-Israeli Water Resources (Institute for Palestine Studies, 1998)
Negotiating Water : Israel and the Palestinians (Institute for Palestine Studies, 1996)
A Harvest of Technology : The Super-Green Revolution in the Jordan Valley (Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University, 1994)
see also : POETRY
Jerusalem : City of Mirrors (Boston : Little – Brown, 1989; Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1990); also published as Jerusalem : Battlegrounds of Memory (Kodansha International, 1995)
The Israelis : Founders and Sons (Rinehart & Winston, 1971 / Penguin, 1981, 1983)
with Sana Hassan : Between Enemies – A Compassionate Dialogue between an Israeli and an Arab (Andre Deutsch, 1974)
Zvi Elpeleg (Tel Aviv University and Colonel in the Israeli Army / Military Governor of the West Bank)
Through the Eyes of the Mufti : The Essays of Had Amin Al-Hussaini – translated and annotated – translated by Rachel Kessell (Vallenentine Mitchell, 2009)
The Grand Mufti : Haj Amin Al-Hussaini, Founder of the Palestinian National Movement -translated by David Harvey (Frank Cass, 1993)
Ayala H. Emmett
Our Sisters’ Promised Land : Women, Politics and Israeli-Palestinian Coexistance (University of Michigan Press, 1996)
James M. Ennes
Assault on the Liberty : The True Story of the Israeli Attack on an American Intelligence Ship (Random House, 1979)
Four Stories on Syrian Life, for Use in Primary and Kindergarten Schools (Syria & Palestine Relief Fund, 1918) – pamphlet.
Habeeb – Boy of Palestine (Church Missionary Society, 1924, 1927) – 92pp.
If i Lived in Palestine (‘Junior Background Series no. 3’ – Edinburgh House Press, 1929) -63pp
Mrs Steuart (Beatrice) Erskine
[Involved with the Arab Centre in the late 1930s] Palestine of the Arabs (George G Harrap, 1935)
Rosemarie M. Esber
Under the Cover of War : Expulsion of the Palestinians (Alexandria, Virginia : Arabicus Books & Media, 2008) Author includes American Red Cross and oral history testimony, with an emphasis on November 1947-May 1948, when 400,000 Palestinians were driven from some 220 villages, town and key cities (Haifa and Jaffa).
Reuven Shiloah : The Man Behind the Mossad : Secret Diplomacy in the Creation of Israel (Frank Cass, 1997)
Bruce J. Evensen
Truman, Palestine, and the Press : Shaping Conventional Wisdom at the Beginning of the Cold War (Greenwood Press, 1992) Author concludes that Zionists and the mainstream press combined to steer President Truman to support the formation of an Israeli state.
Yaron Ezrahi (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Rubber Bullets : Power and Conscience in Modern Israel (University of California Press / Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1997)
Boaz Evron (Ha’aretz journalist)
Jewish State or Israeli Nation? (Indiana University Press, 1995) Zionist questions the exclusivity of a Jewish state.
Fabian Society (Labour Party-connected policy group)
Palestine Controversy : A Symposium – Papers Prepared for the Fabian Colonial Bureau (Fabian Publications/Victor Gollancz, October 1945) – with an introduction by HN [Henry Noel] Brailsford.
The Role of the British Administration in the Sedentarization of the Bedouin Tribes in Northern Palestine, 1918-1948 (University of Durham Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, 1983)
Unlocking the Middle East : The Writings of Richard Falk (Northampton, Massachusetts : Olive Branch Press, 2003)
Muhammad El-Farra (Jordanian Ambassador to the United Nations, 1965-1971; President of the UN Security Council, 1966)
Years of No Decision (KPI, 1987)
Najwa Qawar Farah
Rose Stones of Jerusalem (Leicester : Christians Aware, 2002)
The Way of the Cross (Leicester : Christians Aware, 1999)
A Continent Called Palestine : One Woman’s Story (Triangle, 1996) Focus on Christian women, including themes of Nazareth life, parenting, Palestinian exile, and threat to the region’s Christian community. Foreword by Gareth Hewitt (Director of Amos Trust)
An Illustrated Treasury of Palestinian Folk Tales (Leicester : Christians Aware, ca. 2000s)
László (Ladislas) Faragó
Palestine on the Eve (Putnam, 1936) – praised by Ronald Storrs.
Hani Faris (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)
One in Three-Million : The Story of a Palestinian – narrated by Ghazi Danial (Beirut : PLO Research Center, 1972)
Nabih Amin Faris (1906-1968, Palestinian professor, mainly of early Islam) As editor :
The Arab Heritage (Princeton University Press, 1944, 1946 / New York : Russell & Russell, 1963)
Major Roy Farran
Winged Dagger : Adventures on Special Service (Collins, 1948)
Leila Farsakh (University of Massachusetts)
Palestinian Labour Migration to Israel : Labour, Land, and Occupation (Routledge, 2005)
Samih K. Farsoun
-with Naseer Hasan Aruri : Palestine and the Palestinians : A Social and Political History (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 2006)
Culture and Customs of the Palestinians (Greenwood Press, 2004)
-with Christina E. Zacharia : Palestine and the Palestinians : A Social and Political History (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 1997)
Al-Fateh (Al-Fatah), the PLO, The Palestine Research Centre (Beirut), and other bodies
Numerous publications in English by the Palestine National Liberation Movement, eg :
Hatem I. Hussaini : In Solidarity with Palestine (Washington, DC: P.L.O. Palestine Information Office, 44 pages, 1982)
Hatem I. Hussaini : Toward Peace in Palestine (Washington, DC: P.L.O. Palestine Information Office, 63 pages, 1981)
Palestine Liberation Organization: a Brief Survey (Washington, DC: P.L.O. Palestine Information Office, 28 pages, 1979)
Michael E. Jansen : The Three Basic American Decisions on Palestine (Beirut: Palestine Liberation Organization, Research Center, 46pp, 1971) See author’s entry.
The Aims of the Palestinian Resistance Movement with Regard to the Jews: Quotations from Resistance Leaders and Documents (Beirut: Palestine Research Center; Fifth of June Society, 14 pages, 1970). Selections arguing that a democratic Palestinian state would have a place for non-Zionist Jews. Likely similar to Towards a Democratic State in Palestine, Political Program of the Palestine National Liberation Movement, Fateh (Washington DC : Middle East Research and Information Project, 21pp, 1970)
The Palestinian Freedom Fighters and the World Press : Selections from May 1968 to March 1969 (articles from mainly London newspapers reprinted).
Revolution until Victory (Palestinian Liberation Movement, Fateh and Al-Tali’a, 30pp, ca 1969)
A Dialogue with Fateh (Palestinian Liberation Movement, Fateh and Al-Tali’a, 104pp, 1969)
Michael W. Suleiman, Adawia Alami, and H.H. : Essays on the American Public Opinion & the Palestine Problem (Beirut: Palestine Research Center, 192pp, February 1969) Essay titles include: The Middle East Crisis of 1967 and the New York Times; The Mass Media and the June War; and The Treatment of the Arab World in Selected American Textbooks for Children
The ‘Activities’ of the Hagana, Irgun and Stern Bands: as Recorded in British Command Paper No. 6873, foreword by Dr. Izzat Tannous. (New York : The Palestine Liberation Organization, 19 pages, 1968)
Leonora Stradalova : Today the Palestinian People are Resisting, but…There Will Come Tomorrow (Al-Fatah, the Palestine National Liberation Movement, 47pp, 1968) Collection of the author’s articles, originally published in Al-Mosawwar and Jeune Afrique.
The Palestine National Liberation Movement, al-Fateh (Beirut?: Fateh, 19 pages, ca. 1968)
The Palestine Question : Seminar of Arab Jurists on Palestine – Algiers, 22-27 July 1968 (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 203pp, 1968)
West Bankers : From Arafat to Hamas – How Money Made and Ruined the PLO and How it Can Bounce Back (London : Mashreq Editions, 2010)
Lawrence of Arabia’s War : The Arabs, the British and the Remaking of the Middle East in WWI (Yale University Press, 2017) Lawrence’s military campaigns seen through the lens of Arab independence.
Jewish Fundamentalism in the Occupied Territories (Wayne State University Press, 2009) Gush Emunim focus.
Eran Feitelson & Marwan Haddad, editors
Management of Shared Groundwater Resources : The Israeli-Palestinian Case with an International Perspective (Kluwer Academic, 2001)
No Ease in Zion (Secker & Warburg, 1938) Tosco Fyvel became perhaps George Orwell’s best mate, and a keen Zionist during the Second World War. To his credit, Orwell agreed to disagree, recognising the colonialist project for what it was. This 1938 work is surprisingly questioning of the Jewish takeover of Palestine and assesses the immigrant movements from both Europe and the USA, noting various housing booms.
Police Encounters : Security and Surveillance in Gaza under Egyptian Rule (Stanford University Press, 2015) -Publisher’s blurb : Egypt came to govern Gaza as a result of a war, a failed effort to maintain Arab Palestine. Throughout the twenty years of its administration (19481967), Egyptian policing of Gaza concerned itself not only with crime and politics, but also with control of social and moral order. Through surveillance, interrogation, and a network of local informants, the police extended their reach across the public domain and into private life, seeing Palestinians as both security threats and vulnerable subjects who needed protection. Security practices produced suspicion and safety simultaneously. “Police Encounters” explores the paradox of Egyptian rule. Drawing on a rich and detailed archive of daily police records, the book describes an extensive security apparatus guided by intersecting concerns about national interest, social propriety, and everyday illegality. In pursuit of security, Egyptian policing established a relatively safe society, but also one that blocked independent political activity. The repressive aspects of the security society that developed in Gaza under Egyptian rule are beyond dispute. But repression does not tell the entire story about its impact on Gaza. Policing also provided opportunities for people to make claims of government, influence their neighbors, and protect their families.”
Governing Gaza : Bureaucracy, Authority and the Work of Rule, 1917-1967 (Duke University Press, 2008) – Publisher’s blurb : Feldman analyzes civil service in Gaza under the British Mandate (1917-1948) and the Egyptian Administration (1948-1967). In the process, she sheds light on how governing authority is produced and reproduced; how government persists, even under conditions that seem untenable; and how government affects and is affected by the people and places it governs. Feldman draws on archival research in Gaza, Cairo, and Jerusalem and two years of ethnographic research in Gaza involving interviews with retired civil servants. She argues that the authority and tenacity of government in Gaza were derived from the minutiae of its daily practice: the repetitions of filing procedures, the accumulation of documents, and the habits of civil servants. The unstable governing conditions that almost always existed in Gaza, which provided so little foundation for ruling authority, illuminate with particular clarity the significance that bureaucratic practice has for government. Feldman explains that the difficulties endemic to Gaza were managed through “tactical government,” a mode of rule that makes limited claims about governmental capacity, shifts in response to crisis, often works without long-term planning, and presumes little stability in governing conditions. Tactical governing enables government to carry on without claiming legitimacy, precisely by holding the question of legitimacy in abeyance. The Israeli-captured archives from the 1967 war were closed to researcher access while the author was in fact doing her research.
Keith P. Feldman (University of California at Berkeley, 2015)
A Shadow over Palestine : The Imperial Life of Race in America (University of Minnesota Press, 2015) Publisher’s blurb : “Focusing on the period from 1960 to 1985… Feldman deftly analyzes how artists, intellectuals, and organizations—from the United Nations, the Black Panther Party, and the Association of Arab American University Graduates to James Baldwin, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Edward Said, and June Jordan—linked the unfulfilled promise of liberal democracy in the United States with the perpetuation of settler democracy in Israel and the possibility of Palestine’s decolonization.”
A Policy of Discrimination : Land Expropriation, Planning, and Building in East Jerusalem (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1997)
-with Yuval Ginbar : Playing with Fire on the Temple Mount : Use of Lethal and Excessive Force by the Israel Police Force (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1996)
Bernard Edward Fergusson (Lord Ballantrae)
The Trumpet in the Hall, 1930-1958 (Collins, 1970) Commander of the ‘Police Mobile Force’ in Mandate Palestine, from 1946.
The Palestine Problem (Martin Brian & O’Keeffe, 1973) Palestinian resistance movements, 1948-1973.
David Kenneth Fieldhouse
Western Imperialism in the Middle East, 1914-1958 (Oxford University Press, 2006)
Enclosure : Palestinian Landscapes in a Historical Mirror (University of California Press, 2017) Publisher’s blurb : “Focusing on the English enclosures (which eradicated access to common land across the English countryside), Amerindian dispossession in colonial America, and Palestinian land loss, Fields shows how exclusionary landscapes have emerged across time and geography. Evidence that the same moral, legal, and cartographic arguments were used by enclosers of land in very different historical environments challenges Israel’s current claim that it is uniquely beleaguered. This comparative framework also helps readers in the United States and the United Kingdom understand the Israeli/Palestinian conflict in the context of their own histories.”
Gaza : A History – translated by John King (Hurst, 2014, 2015) Just what it states and, amazingly, the first comprehensive book! Praised by the Guardian, Sunday Times, Independent, New York Review of Books, etc.
Paul Findley (former U.S. Congressman from Illinois, deposed by the Israeli lobby)
Silent no More : Confronting America’s False Images of Islam (Beltsville, Maryland : Amana Publications, 2001)
Deliberate Deceptions : Facing the Facts about the U.S.-Israeli Relationship (Lawrence Hill, 1993)
They Dare to Speak Out : People and Institutions Confront Israel’s Lobby (Lawrence Hill, 1985 / 1989 / 1993)
See also : Stephen J. Sniegoski
Michael R. Fischbach
Jewish Property Claims against Arab Countries (Columbia University Press, 2007-2008) Shows that claims of deprived properties of Mizrahi expats to Israel were in a ratio of 22:1 in favour of the Palestinians.
The Peace Process and Palestinian Refugee Claims : Addressing Claims for Property Compensation and Restitution (US Institute of Peace, 2006)
Simha Flapan (1911-1987; Mapan Party, founder-director of the Jewish-Arab Institute & the Israeli Peace Research Institute, editor of New Outlook)
The Birth of Israel : Myths and Realities (Croom Helm, 1987)
When Enemies Dare to Talk : An Israeli-Palestinian Debate (5-6 September 1978), Organised by ‘New Outlook’ (Croom Helm, 1979) Author was founder-editor of the monthly New Outlook.
Zionism and the Palestinians (Croom Helm, 1979)
Note : See Merle Thorpe, Jr.
Ellen L. Fleischmann
The Nation and its New Women : The Palestinian Women’s Movement, 1920-1948 (University of California Press, 2003)
Justifying Peace (author, 2012) Travelogue during the Second Intifada.
HM Foreign Office
The Christian Communities in Jerusalem 1948-1967 (Foreign & Commonwealth Office, 1978)
Gavin Fowells, as author and compiler :
Carry on Winston (Aberystwyth : Gavin Fowells, 2017). Four volumes, with Volume Three containing Civil Disabilities of the Jews. Earlier version, unconfirmed relevance to Palestine : Churchill and a View Beyond – Carry on Winston (Pioneer Press, 140 pages, 2015)
Palestine Twilight : The Murder of Dr Glock and the Archaeology of the Holy Land (HarperCollins, 2001, 2008) Publisher’s blurb : “Part travelogue, part true-thriller, Edward Fox’s brilliantly original book investigates the murder of a US archaeologist on the West Bank in 1992 and opens up the Palestinian world he served – a Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil of Palestine and the West Bank.”
The PLO and Palestine (Zed Books, 1983)
Lisa Maria Franke
At the Doors of Paradise : Discourses of Female Self-Sacrifice, Martydom and Resistance in Palestine (Würzburg : Ergon, 2015). Publisher’s blurb : “The participation of Palestinian women in active combat has triggered complex – verbal, visual, written – discourses about the istishadiyat within Palestinian society, which are analysed from a gender perspective. The present study demonstrates that no single discourse regarding the istishadiyat prevails in Palestinian society. It is rather a conglomerate of power relations and interests in which this controversial topic is negotiated.”
David Frankel & Will Reissner
Israel’s War Against the Palestinian People (Pathfinder, 45 pages, 1988)
Robert O. Freedman
Israel’s First Fifty Years (University of Florida Press, 2000) Contains : Mark Tessler : Israeli Thinking about the Palestinians : A Historical Survey
Chas W. Freeman, Jr. (American diplomat)
America’s Misadventures in the Middle East (Charlottesville, Virginia : Just World Books, 2010) Author charts how US foreign policy has failed the people of the region and Washington itself.
The British Way in Counter-Insurgency, 1945-1967 (Oxford University Press, 2011)
Palestine : A Twice -Promised Land? Volume 1 : The British, the Arabs, and Zionism 1915-1920 (Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction, 1999)
Israel’s Oriental Immigrants and Druzes (London : Minority Rights Group, 1972)
See also : Minority Rights Group
Friends of Al-Aqsa (Leicester)
Daud Abdullah : A History of Palestinian Resistance (Friends of Al-Aqsa, ca. 2010s)
Abu Huzayfa : History of Masjid Al-Aqsa for Children (Leicester : Friends of Al-Aqsa Publications, 64 pages, 2010)
Baking Aid for Palestine (
Arwa Arburawa, with Rajnaara Akhtar, editor, and foreword by Ismail Patel : War Crimes in Gaza (Friends of Al-Aqsa, 64 pages, ca. 2009)
A Peace to End All Peace : The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East aka : A Peace to End All Peace : Creating the Modern Middle East, 1914-1922 (Henry Holt & Co, 1989 / Penguin, 1991)
Michael G. Fry
Despatches from Damascus : Gilbert MacKereth and British Policy in the Levant, 1933-1939 (Shiloah Institute, Tel Aviv University, 1985)
Nelida Fuccaro, editor (SOAS)
Violence and the City in the Modern Middle East (Stanford University Press, 2016) Contains a relevant chapter by Lauren Banko : Citizenship Rights and Semantics of Colonial Power and Resistance – Haifa, Jaffa and Nablus, 1931-1933. See monograph under author’s name.
Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht
The Fate of the Jews : A People Torn Between Israeli Power and Jewish Ethics (New York City : Times Books, 1983 / Quartet Books, 1984)
Sir Geoffrey Furlonge
Palestine is My Country : The Story of Musa Alami (John Murray, 1969)
Dimona : The Third Temple ? The Story Behind the Vanunu Revelation (Amana Books, 1989)
General Sir Richard Gale
Call to Arms : An Autobiography (Hutchinson, 1968) Chapter 15 : ‘Palestine.’
Ziva Galili and Boris Morozov
Exiled to Palestine : The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934 (Routledge, 2006, 2017
Quakers in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : The Dilemmas of NGO Humanitarian Activism (American University in Cairo Press, 2007)
Katharina Galor (Judaic Studies, Brown University)
Finding Jerusalem : Archaeology between Science and Ideology (University of California Press, 2017) Publisher’s blurb : “Archaeological discoveries in Jerusalem capture worldwide attention in various media outlets. The continuing quest to discover the city’s physical remains is not simply an attempt to define Israel’s past or determine its historical legacy. In the context of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it is also an attempt to legitimate—or undercut—national claims to sovereignty. Bridging the ever-widening gap between popular coverage and specialized literature, Finding Jerusalem provides a comprehensive tour of the politics of archaeology in the city. Through a wide-ranging discussion of the material evidence, Katharina Galor illuminates the complex legal contexts and ethical precepts that underlie archaeological activity and the discourse of “cultural heritage” in Jerusalem. This book addresses the pressing need to disentangle historical documentation from the religious aspirations, social ambitions, and political commitments that shape its interpretation.”
as co-author, with Hanswulf Bloedhorn : The Archaeology of Jerusalem : From the Origins to the Ottomans (Yale University Press, 2013)
as co-editor, with Piotr Bienkowski : Crossing the Rift : Resources, Routes, Settlement Patterns and Interaction of the Wadi Arabeh (Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2006)
Nonviolence and Israel/Palestine (University of Hawaii Institute for Peace, 1989)
Mohamed Abdel Gamasi El-Gamasy
The October War : Memoirs of Field Marshal El-Gamasy of Egypt -translated by Gillian Potter, Nadra Morcos, & Rosette Francis (American University in Cairo Press, 1993)
Roger Garaudy [Marxist historian with most publications in French]
The Founding Myths of Modern Israel (Newport Beach, California : Institute for Historical Review, 2000)
The Mythical Foundations of Israeli Policy (Studies Forum International, 1997)
The Case of Israel : A Study of Political Zionism (Shorouk, 1993)
Adam M. Garfinkle
Jewcentricity : Why the Jews are Praised, Blamed, and Used to Explain Just About Everything (Wiley, 2009)
The Evolution of an Independent, Community-Based Campaign for Palestinian Refugee Rights : Palestinian Refugees in the 1967 Occupied Palestinian Territories, and 1948 Palestine/Israel Coping with the Post-Oslo Conditions (Bethlehem : BADIL Resource Center, 2000)
UNWRA – Between Refugee Aid and Power Politics : A Memorandum Calling upon International Responsibility for the Palestinian Refugee Question (Jerusalem : Alternative Information Center, 1997)
The Trap is Closing on Palestinian Jerusalemites : Israel’s Demographic Policies in east Jerusalem from the 1967 Annexation to the Eve of the Final Status Negotiations  (Jerusalem : Alternative Information Center, 1996)
Residency Rights in the Territories Administered by the Palestinian National Authority (Jerusalem : Alternative Information Center, 1994)
co-edited with Maxine Nunn : Palestine and the Other Israel : Alternative Directory of Progressive Groups and Institutions in Israel and the Occupied Territories (Jerusalem : Alternative Information Center, 1991)
In Search of a Peace Settlement : Egypt and Israel between the Wars, 1967-1973 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
Britain and the Conflict in the Middle East, 1964-1967 : The Coming of the Six-Day War (Praeger, 2002)
The Jewish Exodus from Iraq, 1948-1951 (Frank Cass, 1997) Details Iraq’s anti-Communist efforts, the airlift Operation Ezra and Nehemiah, and the possible Mossad-instigated bombings of Iraqi Jewish institutions, 1950-1951.
A Survey of Palestine under the British Mandate, 1920-1948 (Routledge, 2010; originally published in Hebrew, 1991) – Publisher’s blurb : “…a historical study of the survey and mapping system of Palestine under the British Mandate. It traces the background and the reasoning behind the establishment of the survey programme, examines the foundations upon which the system was based, and strives to understand the motivation of those who implemented it.”
Unequal Conflict : The Palestinians and Israel (Pluto Books / Northampton, Massachusetts : Interlink Books, 1998)
Israel, the Palestinians and the “Permanent Status” Issues (Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding / CAABU, 1997)
Israeli-Jordanian Dialogue, 1948-1953 : Cooperation, Conspiracy or Collusion? (Sussex Academic Press, 2004)
Palestine 1948 : War, Escape, and the Emergence of the Palestinian Refugee Problem (Sussex Academic Press, 2001)
Jewish-Transjordanian Relations, 1921-1948 (Frank Cass, 1996)
The Arabs of Palestine : A Case Study of the Refugees, in The View from the Ground(Cambridge : Granta Books, 1989) Note : originally published in the Atlantic Monthly, October 1961; the entire November issue was filled with Israel – A Special Supplement, a Zionist response.
James L. Gelvin
The ISrael-Palestine Conflict : One Hundred Years of War (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
Irene L. Gendzier (Professor of Political Science, Boston University)
Dying to Forget : Oil, Power, Palestine, and the Foundations of US Policy in the Middle East (Columbia University Press, 2016)
Notes from the Minefield : United States Intervention in Lebanon and the Middle East, 1945-1958 (Westview Press, 1999)
Klaus Gensicke (Berlin-based historian)
The Mufti of Jerusalem and the Nazis : The Berlin Years (Vallentine Mitchell, 2015) Publisher’s blurb : “Amin al-Huseini is undeniably one of the key figures of the twentieth century. He was the religious head of the Palestinian Muslims for sixteen years, their political leader for thirty years and for a time he was the most important representative of the Arab world. Gensicke examines the time that Amin al-Husaini spent in Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1945. He looks at what the Mufti was hoping to gain politically and ideologically while he was there. His interest is directed primarily at the four years which the Mufti of Jerusalem with his staff of some 60 persons and a secret service of his own spent in Berlin as a guest and at the expense of the Third Reich. Only a matter of four years and yet even today they continue to poison the Israeli-Arab relationship. Al-Husaini cooperated eagerly with the Nazis to prevent Jews emigrating from Europe to Palestine. Aware of what was happening he wanted to see the Jews destroyed. He also expected a high position for himself in the Arab World after the Nazis had won the Second World War. Germany s enemies became his enemies and he waged a campaign of hate against the British and Americans, who were, he claimed, pawns of the Jews. This began the path towards anti-Americanism and the struggle against Western depravity in the name of Islam. The book shows how he used murder, terrorism, intrigue, extortion and the abuse of religion to obtain his goals. His broadcasts to the Muslims in North Africa during the Second World War were appeals for martyrdom in order to help the Germans as that would guarantee Paradise. After the War he continued to act in precisely the same manner. His greed for wealth, hunger for power, despotism, ruthlessness and intransigence were all factors that brought disaster upon his people and have, unfortunately, set a standard that remains valid in Palestinian politics today.”
Haim Gerber (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Remembering and Imagining Palestine : Identity and Nationalism from the Crusades to the Present (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)
Crossing Borders : Jews and Muslims in Ottoman Law, Economy and Society (University of Istanbul Press, 2008)
Ottoman Rule in Jerusalem, 1890-1914 (Berlin : Schwarz, 1985)
Israel Gershoni (Tel Aviv University)
Arab Responses to Fascism and Nazism (University of Texas Press, 2015) Contains two chapters directly on Palestine – Rene Wildangel : More than the Mufti : Other Arab-Palestinian Voices on Nazi Germany, 1933-1945; Mustafa Kabha : The Spanish Civil War as Reflected in the Contemporary Palestinian Press.
Israel, The West Bankk, and International Law (Frank Cass, 1978)
Georgie Anne Geyer
Buying the Night Flight : The Autobiography of a Woman Foreign Correspondent (Brassey’s, 1996 / University of Chicago Press, 2001)
Maayan Geva (University of Roehampton)
Law, Politics and Violence in Israel/Palestine (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “This book investigates the Israeli engagement with international law in relation to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) between 1967 and 2009. Grounded in a field-based study of the military International Law Department, it examines the dynamic position and impact that international law has had in the OPT. By analysing the Israeli 2008/9 offensive in Gaza as an example of contemporary warfare, the author argues that law and military agenda have become intertwined in ‘lawfare’, a condition sanctioning new forms of law and violence. The military legal system is central to the Israeli management of the OPT, yet despite the great interest in the legal aspects of the Israeli occupation, scholarly accounts of this institution are scarce. This discussion also has wider international relevance, particularly in the backdrop of the contemporary prominence of international law in Western militaries’ operations. This book will appeal to researchers, practitioners and students interested in international relations, political theory, human rights, Middle Eastern politics, and legal studies.”
As’ad Ghanem (Al-Shabaka Policy Advisor / University of Haifa)
Ethnic Politics in Israel : The Margins and the Ashkenazi Center (Routledge, 2010)
Palestinian Politics after Arafat : A Failed National Movement (Indiana University Press, 2010)
The Palestinian Regime : A “Partial Democracy” (Sussex Academic Press, 2002)
The Palestinian-Arab Minority in Israel, 1948-2000 : A Political Study (State University of New York Press, 2001)
with Sammy Smooha : Ethnic, Religious, and Political Islam among the Arabs in Israel (University of Haifa, 1998)
Edmund Ghareeb (Lebanese-American professor at George Washington University, Washington DC)
Split Vision : The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media (Washington DC : American-Arab Affairs Council, 1983)
Adnan [Mohammed] Abu-Ghazaleh
Palestinian Arab Cultural Nationalism (Brattleboro, Vermont : Amana Books, 125 pages, 1991)
Arab Cultural Nationalism during the British Mandate (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies / Benghazi : University of Libya, 125 pages, 1973)
Asima A. Ghazi-Bouillon
Understanding the Middle East Peace Process : Israeli Academic and the Struggle for Identity (Routledge, 2009)
Tal’at (Ya’qub) al-Ghoussein (Kuwaiti Ambassador to the USA)
An Arab’s View of the Palestine Crisis (39pp, Government Printing Press, 1966) an address to the American University, Washington DC.
Dr. Chris Giannou
Besieged : A Doctor’s Story of Life and Death in Beirut (Bloomsbury, 1991)
Note : see also Dr Swee Chai Ang, Dr Pauline Cutting, and Dr Runa MacKay.
Ben Gurion’s Scandals : How the Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews (Flushing, New York : Glilit, 1992 / Tempe, Arizona : Dandelion Books, 2003) – Mistreatment of Misrahi Jews in Iraq.
Churchill and the Jews : A Lifelong Friendship (Simon & Schuster, 2007)
Lebanon : The Fractured Country (Martin Robinson, 1983 / Sphere, 1984)
Dispossessed : The Ordeal of the Palestinians, 1917-1980 (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1980)
Why Not Torture Terrorists? Moral, Practical, and Legal Aspects of the “Ticking Bomb” Justification for Torture (Oxford University Press, 2008, 2009)
-edited by Na’ama Carmi; translated by Zvi Shulman : On the Way to Annexation : Human Rights Violations Resulting from the Establishment and Expansion of the Ma’alah Adumin Settlement (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1999)
Legitimizing Torture : The Israeli High Court of Justice Rulings in the Bilbeisi, Hamdan, and Mubarak Cases (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1997)
-edited by Yael Stein; translated by Zvi Shulman : Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Territories as a Violation of Human Rights : Legal and Conceptual Aspects (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1997)
Terri Ginsberg (American University in Cairo)
Visualizing the Palestinian Struggle : Towards a Critical Analytic of Palestine Solidarity Film (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “This book offers a much-needed focus on Palestine solidarity films, supplying a critical theoretical framework whose intellectual thrust is rooted in the challenges facing scholars censored for attempting to rectify and reverse the silencing of a subject matter about which much of the world would remain uninformed without cinematic and televisual mediation. Its innovative focus on Palestine solidarity films spans a selected array of works which began to emerge during the 1970s, made by directors located outside Palestine/Israel who professed support for Palestinian liberation. Visualizing the Palestinian Struggle analyzes Palestine solidarity films hailing from countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Egypt, Iran, Palestine/Israel, Mexico, and the United States. Visualizing the Palestinian Struggle is an effort to insist, constructively, upon a rectification and reversal of the glaring and disproportionate minimization and distortion of discourse critical of Zionism and Israeli policy in the cinematic and televisual public sphere.”
Shai Ginzburg (Duke University)
Rhetoric and Nation : The Formation of a Hebrew National Culture, 1880-1990 (Syracuse University Press, 2014) – Author challenges the common conflation of modern Hebrew rhetoric and modern Jewish nationalism.
Hebron Journal : Stories of Nonviolent Peacemaking (Herald Press, 2001) – Author’s work with Christian Peacemaker Teams.
The Tribes Triumphant : Return Journey to the Middle East (HarperCollins, 2006) Former kidnapped ABC TV network journalist returns to the region; the book has an emphasis on Palestine and Israel.
Tribes with Flags : A Journey Curtailed (Secker & Warburg, 1990 / Pan and Picador, 1992)
Joseph B. Glass
From New Zion to Old Zion : American Jewish Immigration and Settlement in Palestine, 1917-1939 (Wayne State University Press, 2001) American aliya movement sorted in four categories : orthodox, middle-class agriculturists, urban professionals, and the halutzim (pioneers).
Edward Bernard Glick
The Triangular Connection : America, Israel, and American Jews (Allen & Unwin, 1982)
Sir John Bagot Glubb
Into Battle : A Soldier’s Diary of the Great War aka Arabian Adventures : Ten Years of Joyful Service (Cassell, 1978)
A Soldier with the Arabs (Hodder & Stoughton, 1959) Nabka relevance.
Numerous other titles.
Sherna Berger Gluck
An American Feminist in Palestine : The Intifada Years (Temple University Press, 1994)
Nest Year in Jerusalem : Everyday Life in a Divided Land (New Press, 2005)
-see Stanley Cohen
Israel and Palestine : Peace Plans and Proposals from Oslo to Disengagement (Princeton : Markus Wiener Publishing, 2007) Contents: Oslo accords — Camp David — Clinton parameters — Taba — Mitchell-Tenet-Zinni recommendations– Saudi initiative-Arab League resolution and UNSC resolution — President Bush’s Rose Garden speech — The road map — The Geneva accord — Nusseibeh Ayalon- petition — The disengagement plan — US-Israel understandings: Bush and Weissglas letters.
Palestine Between Politics and Terror, 1945-1947 (Brandeis University Press, 2013)
The End of the British Mandate for Palestine, 1948 : the Diary of Sir Henry Gurney (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
Ahmad Mahmoud H. Gomaa
The Foundation of the League of Arab States : Wartime Diplomacy and Inter-Arab Politics, 1941 to 1945 (Longmans, 1977)
Adela (aka Ada) Goodrich-Freer (aka Goodrich-Freer Spoer) (psychical research author who moved to Jerusalem, Cairo, and Illinois)
Arabs in Tent and Town (Seeley, Service & Co, 1924)
Things Seen in Palestine (Seeley, Service & Co., 1912) with 50 illustrations.
Inner Jerusalem (Constable, 1904)
Palestinians Speak (Malaysia : MSRI, 2001) Testimonies of survivors from Tal Al-Za’atar, Israeli invasions, the Sabra-Shatila massacre, the War of the Camps, and Khiam Prison.
with Nicola Perugini : The Human Right to Dominate (Oxford University Press, 2015)
Israel’s Occupation (University of California Press, 2008)
Torture : Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel (Zed Books, 1995) Conference papers.
Gershom Gorenberg (Jerusalem resident who writes for Ha’aretz and American magazines)
The Unmaking of Israel (Harper, 2011) -analysis of how the settler movement has corrupted Israeli central government.
The Accidental Empire : Israel and the Birth of Settlements, 1967-1977 (Holt, 2006-7)
End of Days : Fundamentalism and the Struggle for the Temple Mount (Oxford University Press, 2002)
Michael Gorkin & Rafiqa Othman
Three Mothers, Three Daughters : Palestinian Women’s Stories (University of California Press, 1996)
Days of Honey, Days of Onion – The Story of a Palestinian Family in Israel (University of California Press, 1993)
Yosef Gorni aka Joseph Gorny (Zionist history professor, Tel Aviv University)
From Binational Society to Jewish State : Federal Concepts in Zionist Political Thought, 1920-1990 (Leiden : Brill, 2006)
Zionism and the Arabs : A Study of Ideology (Clarendon, 1987)
The British Labour Movement and Zionism, 1917-1948 (Frank Cass, 1983)
Government of Palestine (British Mandate Government), a sample. Note : The British Library hold many titles as part of Official Publications category, and numerous maps within their Maps Section. Researchers should of course investigate the holdings at the Imperial War Museum, the National Archives (formerly called the Public Record Office), and numerous university library stock noted on : copac.ac.uk
R.W. [Robert William] Hamilton : The Structural History of the Aqsa Mosque : A Record of Archaeological Gleanings from the Repairs of 1938-1942 (Gop / Oxford University Press, 104 pages, 1949 [sic])
Annual Report of the Director of Audit on the Accounts of the Government of Palestine and the Palestine Railways’ and Ports and Operated Lines for the Financial Year 1946-47 (GoP, 45 pages, 1948)
Annual Report of the Director of Audit on the Accounts of the Government of Palestine and the Palestine Railways’ and Ports and Operated Lines for the Financial Year 1946-47 (GoP, 45 pages, 1947)
Supplementary Memorandum by the Government of Palestine, including Notes on Evidence given to the United Nations’ Special Committee on Palestine up to the 12th July, 1947 (GoP, 59 pages, 1947)
Memorandum on the Water Resources of Palestine, Presented by the Government of Palestine to the United Nations’ Special Committee on Palestine in July, 1947 (GoP, 30 pages, 1947)
G.S. Blake & M.J. Goldsmith, editors : Geology and Water Resources of Palestine (GoP, 1947) Two volumes : Volume 1 is text, Volume 2 is maps.
Immanuel Ben-Dor : Guide to Beisan (Jerusalem : GoP Department of Antiquities, 1943)
Palestine Royal Commission : Memoranda Prepared by the Government of Palestine [Peel Commission] (GoP, 207 pages, 1937) Including minutes of evidence given at public sessions.
Memorandum (Memorandum II) on the Violation by the Department of Posts and Telegraphs of the Government of Palestine of the Right of the Hebrew Language to Equality with the other Official Languages of Palestine. Presented to the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations – in Hebrew & English (Haifa : GoP, 1931, 1934)
Civil Service List [staff list] (GoP, 1932-1946)
Related : J.H. Kann : Some Observations on the Policy of the Mandatory Government of Palestine, with Regard to the Arab attacks on the Jewish Population in August, 1929, and the Jewish and the Arab Sections of the Population (The Hague, 60 pages, 1930)
System of Transliteration from Arabic into English (GoP / Cambridge University Press, 1923)
J.B. Barron, Director of Revenue & Customs, compiler : Palestine : Report and General Abstracts of the Census of 1922 taken on the 23rd of October 1922 (GoP, ca. 1923)
J.B. Barron, Director of Revenue and Customs : Mohammedan Wakfs in Palestine (Jerusalem : Greek Convent Press, 1922)
The Dome of the Rock (Harvard University Press, 2006)
James A. Graff & Mohamed Abdolell
Palestinian Children and Israeli State Violence (Near East Cultural & Educational Foundation of Canada / University of Toronto Press, 1991)
Returnees in Jordan : Report on a Visit to Jordan (The Refugee Council, 1993) [pamphlet]
Palestinians in Kuwait : Report on a Visit to Kuwait, May 1992 (The Refugee Council / Gulf Information Project, 1992) [pamphlet]
Women and Politics in the Middle East (Washington DC : Middle East Research and Information Center, ca. 1990s) [pamphlet]
Refugees, Misplace People and Migrant Workers in Iraq and Jordan – Report on a Visit in September 1991 (The Refugee Council / Gulf Information Project, 1991) [pamphlet]
The Palestinian Situation (Geneva : YMCA, ca. 1989)
Images of Women : The Portrayal of Women in Photography in the Middle East, 1860-1950 (Quartet Books, 1988)
Education, Repression and Liberation : Palestinians – edited by Neil MacDonald (London: World University Service, 1984)
Palestinians and Their Society, 1880-1946 (Quartet Books, 1980) – photographic essay with text.
Palestinian Workers and Trade Unions (Middle East Research and Action Group / UK Palestine Co-ordination / Lansbury House Trust, 1980) [pamphlet]
See Gertrude Bell and the CULTURE section.
Welcome to the Bethlehem Star Hotel : An Account of Life in Palestine with Descriptions of People, Places and Incidents (Garrett County Press, 2005) Travelogue from 2002.
Land Problems in Palestine (Routledge, 1926) Period piece studies the various phases of the land policy of the National Fund, the standard bearer of national Jewish land policy in Palestine. The problems of Jewish land policy were precipitated into the foreground because all Zionist groups came to realise the key role which the soil itself was thought to play in Jewish Palestine, and the imperative to own the land itself.
Hilma [Natalia] Granqvist [1890-1972]
Portrait of a Palestinian Village ; The Photographs of Hilma Granqvist – edited by Karen Seger, with foreword by Shelagh Weir (London : Third World Centre, 1981)
Muslim Death and Burial : Arab Customs and Traditions Studied in a Village in Jordan (Helsinki : Societas Scientarum Fennica, 1965)
Birth and Childhood Among the Arabs : A Study of a Muhammadan Village in Palestine(Helsingfors [Helsinki] : Söderström & Co., 1947)
Marriage Conditions in a Palestine Village II (Helsinki : Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 1935)
Marriage Conditions in a Palestine Village I (Helsinki : Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 1931)
Living By the Sword : America and Israel in the Middle East, 1968-1987 (William Morrow / Faber, 1988)
Taking Sides : America’s Secret Relations with a Militant Israel, 1948-1967 (Faber, 1984)
Blair, Labour and Palestine : Conflicting Views on the Middle East after 9/11 (Bloomsbury, 2014)
Preparing for the Mothers of Tomorrow : Education and Islam in Mandate Palestine (Universityof Texas Press, 2010) Author connects Mandate era education with the educational reforms of the late Ottoman period. Assumes a knowledge of British Mandate history. “Deftly woven.” – Andrea L. Stanton
What’s Up in Palestine? (FACT, no. 20 in the ‘Monograph a Month’ series, 90 pages, 1938)
Occupied Lives : Maintaining Integrity in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in the West Bank (American University in Cairo Press, 2015) – An ethnographic study of Dheisheh Refugee Camp, near Bethlehem, 2003-2004.
Alain Gresh (translated by AM Berrett, with a preface by Maxime Rodinson)
The PLO : The Struggle Within : Towards an Independent Palestinian State (Zed, 1985)
Dr. Mary Grey
The Spirit of Peace : Pentecost and Affliction in the Middle East (Sacristy Press, 2015)
Jonathan M. Gribetz
Defining Neighbors : Religion, Race and the Early Zionist-Arab Encounter (Princeton University Press, 2014) Publisher’s blurb: “As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict persists, aspiring peacemakers continue to search for the precise territorial dividing line that will satisfy both Israeli and Palestinian nationalist demands. The prevailing view assumes that this struggle is nothing more than a dispute over real estate. Defining Neighbors boldly challenges this view, shedding new light on how Zionists and Arabs understood each other in the earliest years of Zionist settlement in Palestine and suggesting that the current singular focus on boundaries misses key elements of the conflict. Drawing on archival documents as well as newspapers and other print media from the final decades of Ottoman rule, Jonathan Gribetz argues that Zionists and Arabs in pre-World War I Palestine and the broader Middle East did not think of one another or interpret each other’s actions primarily in terms of territory or nationalism. Rather, they tended to view their neighbors in religious terms–as Jews, Christians, or Muslims–or as members of “scientifically” defined races–Jewish, Arab, Semitic, or otherwise. Gribetz shows how these communities perceived one another, not as strangers vying for possession of a land that each regarded as exclusively their own, but rather as deeply familiar, if at times mythologized or distorted, others. Overturning conventional wisdom about the origins of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Gribetz demonstrates how the seemingly intractable nationalist contest in Israel and Palestine was, at its start, conceived of in very different terms. Courageous and deeply compelling, Defining Neighbors is a landmark book that fundamentally recasts our understanding of the modern Jewish-Arab encounter and of the Middle East conflict today.”
The Legal Foundation and Borders of Israel under International Law (Jerusalem : Mazo Publishers, 2008)
Miron Grindea, editor (editor of Anglo-French literary magazine, Adam International Review)
Jerusalem : The Holy City in Literature (Kahn & Averill / Adam International Review, 1996) Contains a few pieces written by Arabs or Muslims.
Lucas Grollenberg [Bible historian]
Palestine Comes First (SCM Canterbury Press, 1980)
Israel in the Mind of America (New York City : Knopf, 1984)
Writing in the Dark (Essays on politics and art, critical of invasion of Lebanon; Bloomsbury, 2009)
Sleeping on a Wire (Journalism on Palestinians in Israel; Vintage, 1993, 2010)
The Yellow Wind (1993, 2002) West Bank journalism from 1987
A History of Anti-Partitionist Perspectives in Palestine, 1915-1988 PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 2013; hopefully, this will be a published book.
Janet Varner Gunn (South African University)
Second Life : A West Bank Memoir (University of Minnesota Press, 1995) With foreword by Lila Abu-Lughod. Hazel Rochman in Booklist : “Daily life in a Palestinian refugee camp on the West Bank is described by an American human rights worker who was there from 1988 to 1990. Gunn focuses her story on a teenager, Mohammad Abu Aker, who was critically shot during a stone-throwing demonstration, became a living martyr of the Intifada uprising, and died in 1990. She tells of arrests, land confiscations, home invasions, beatings, shootings–yet always she finds that the people’s strongest weapon against the Israeli occupation lies in their holding on to the mundane details of daily life. Unfortunately, Gunn keeps reminding us that she’s just an American outsider and that she can’t be objective. She intrudes on every page with banal and boring parallels about her own personal loss. This may satisfy trendy academic requirements about what she calls “the problematics of positionality,” but it’s the Palestinians we want to know about. Gunn is most compelling when she tells of ordinary people who, despite their suffering, have a vitality and an indomitable spirit that help them carry on.”
Hamas in Politics : Democracy, Religion, Violence (Columbia University Press, 2008)
Yifat Gutman (New School for Social Research, New York City)
Memory Activism : Reimagining the Past for the Future in Israel-Palestine (Vanderbilt University Press, 200 pages, 2017) Publisher’s blurb : “Set in Israel in the first decade of the twenty-first century and based on long-term fieldwork, this rich ethnographic study offers an innovative analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It explores practices of memory activism by three groups of Jewish-Israeli and Arab-Palestinian citizens-Zochrot, Autobiography of a City, and Baladna-showing how they appropriated the global model of truth and reconciliation while utilizing local cultural practices such as tours and testimonies. These activist efforts gave visibility to a silenced Palestinian history in order to come to terms with the conflict s origins and envision a new resolution for the future. This unique focus on memory as a weapon of the weak reveals a surprising shift in awareness of Palestinian suffering among the Jewish majority of Israeli society in a decade of escalating violence and polarization–albeit not without a backlash. Contested memories saturate this society. The 1948 war is remembered as both Independence Day by Israelis and al-Nakba ( the catastrophe ) by Palestinians.The walking tour and survivor testimonies originally deployed by the state for national Zionist education that marginalized Palestinian citizens are now being appropriated by activists for tours of pre-state Palestinian villages and testimonies by refugees.”
See also : Zochrat
Crime and No Punishment (Zionist terrorism 1939-1972; original edition, 1972; revised as The Realities of Terrorism and Retaliation (Toronto : Arab Palestine Association, 1987)
Bitter Harvest : A Modern History of Palestine aka Palestine between 1914-1967 / 1914-1979 (New York City : New World Press, 1967 / Delmar, New York : Caravan Books, 1969; then revised – Buckhurst Hill : Scorpion Press, 1989 / New York City : Olive Branch Press, 1991)
The Realities of Terrorism and Retaliation (Toronto : Arab Palestine Association , ca. 1990)
Sami Hadawi & Robert John : Palestine Diary – Volume 1 : 1914-1945 (Beirut : Palestine Research Centre, 1970 / New York City : New World Press, 1971)
Sami Hadawi & Robert John : Palestine Diary – Volume 2 : 1945-1948 (Beirut : Palestine Research Centre, 1970)
Sami Hadawi & Walter Lehn : Zionism & Racism aka Zionism and the Lands of Palestine (International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, pamphlet, 1977, 1982)
The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon : The Politics of Refugee Integration (Sussex Academic Press, 2003) Assesses how integration would effect the balance of Lebanon’s confessional politics in light of the Ta’if Accord of 1989.
Faiha’ Abdul Hadi
If I Were Given a Choice… (Jerusalem : Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling, 91pp, 2007) Palestinian Women’s Stories of Daily Life during the Years 2000 to 2003 of the Second Intifada
Mahdi Abdul Hadi (PASSIA founder and educator)
As editor : The Palestinian-Israeli Impasse : Exploring Alternative Solutions to the Palestine-Israel Conflict (Jerusalem : PASSIA / Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs, 2005)
Awakening Sleeping Horses and What Lies Ahead (PASSIA / Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs, 2000) 24pp.
As editor : Religious Dialogue : PASSIA Meetings 1995-1998 (PASSIA, 1999)
As editor : Dialogue on Palestinian State-Building and Identity : PASSIA Meetings and Lectures, 1995-1998 (PASSIA, 1999) – different than above.
As editor : Foreign Policies Towards the Middle East and Palestine : PASSIA Meetings 1995-1999 (PASSIA, 1999)
The Other Side of the Coin : A Native Palestinian Tells His Story (PASSIA, 1998)
Noah Haiduc-Dale (History Dept., Centenary College, New Jersey)
Arab Christians in British Mandate Palestine (Edinburgh University Press, 2013) An important book that tracks the history of Palestine’s Arab Christians and their Palestinian nationalism, 1917-1948, that both identities were not contradictory. Deep microhistory of the the widening Husayni and Nashashibi factionalism. “Haiduc-Dale offers a chronological history of Palestinian politics that focuses on the particular role in each stage of Christians, whose narratives have often been marginalized or essentialized. In the process, he offers a comprehensive and easy to follow guide to key landmarks in the development of the Palestinian national movement more generally.” – Liora Halperin, International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
Sylvia G. Haim, editor
with Elie Kedourie : Zionism and Arabism in Palestine and Israel (Routledge, 1982, 2017) The editors collect ten studies from the journal Middle Eastern Studies. Aspects of Arab- Jewish relations during the Mandate are considered, as are political decisions and diplomatic events that led to the end of the Mandate. After 1948, the diplomatic history of Israel and of the Arab-Israeli conflict are examined.
Arab Nationalism : An Anthology (University of California Press, 1962) A treasure compilation of period writing, including a 1933 interview with Rashid Rida, the founder of modern Arab nationalism ; First Arab Students’ Congress’ Arab Pledge, Definitions, Manifesto, from a Brussels conference in 1938; Abd al-Rahman Azzam’s 1946 Cairo address, The Arab league and World Unity; several pieces on nationalism through the Islamic lens; and even the 1951 constitution of the then-new Party of the Arab Ba’th (“a national, popular, revolutionary movement fighting for Arab Unity, Freedom, and Socialism”).
Nadia abu el-Haj
The Genealogical Science : The Search for Jewish Origins and the Politics of Epistemology (University of Chicago Press, 2012)
Facts on the Ground : Archeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society (University of Chicago Press, 2001)
with historian Salman Abu-Sitta : Drawing the Kafr Massacre (The Netherlands : Schlit Publishing, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “The 1956 Kafr Qasem massacre was carried out by the Israeli Border Police under cover of the tripartite attack on Egypt by England, France, and Israel. Two other massacres took place during the ensuing days in the cities of Rafah and Khan Younis, where 111 and 275 Palestinian civilians were slaughtered by Israeli troops on their way to Egypt, respectively. In Kafr Qasem, an artifice was created to provide a fig-leaf excuse for the killing of innocent people — a curfew announced less than a half an hour before it was implemented. Workers returning home, tired and hungry, unaware of the curfew, were cold-bloodedly shot dead by members of the Israeli Border Police. Based on interviews with survivors, Samia Halaby created a set of documentary drawings on the subject. The emotions of anger and fear leap from every page of this book, enabling the reader to bear witness to the terrible suffering endured by the inhabitants of this small Palestinian village.”
100 Myths about the Middle East (Saqi Books, 2005)
Jeff Halper (head of the Israeli Committee against House Demolitions / ICAHD)
War Against the People : Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification (Pluto Press, 2015)
-with Michael Younan : Obstacles to Peace ; A Reframing of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict – (Palestine Mapping Center, 2005 / CAHD, 2013)
An Israeli in Palestine : Resisting Dispossession, Redeeming Israel (Pluto Press, 2008 / second edition 2010)
Obstacles to Peace : A Reframing of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict (Palestine Mapping Center / ICHAD, 2005, 2015)
Between Redemption and Revival : The Jewish Yishuv of Jerusalem in the Nineteenth Century (Oxford : Westview, 1991)
Liora Halperin (University of Colorado – Boulder & International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies)
Babel in Zion : Jews, Nationalism, and Language Diversity in Palestine, 1920-1949 (Yale University Press, 2014, 2016) – History of the Zionist cultural front to make Hebrew a linguistic currency amongst the Jews of Mandate Palestine.
he Poliical World of American Zionism (Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 1961)
Grace Halsell (Christian activist)
Prophecy and Politics : The Secret Alliance between Israel and the US Christian Right (Lawrence Hill, 1986/1989)
Journey to Jerusalem (Macmillan, 1981)
Six Days in June : How Israel Won the 1967 Arab-Israeli War (Pacifica Military History, 2001) – Battles detailed, but sans maps. One reviewer wrote : “whilst every Arab soldier killed was a statistic, every Israeli death was a tragedy.”
God, Guns, and Israel : Britain, Jews and the First World War ((History Press, 2009); aka God, Guns, and Israel : Britain, Jews, and the First World War in the Holy Land (Sutton Books, 2004)
Where Mountains Roar : in Search of the Sinai Desert [Negev – Sinai in Israel & Egypt] (Victor Gollancz, 1980)
A Season in Bethlehem : Unholy War in a Sacred Place (James Bennett, 2003)
Jeffrey R. Hammond (Publisher/Editor of Foreign Policy Journal)
Obstacle to Peace : The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Worldview Publications, 2016) with foreword by Richard Falk. Endorsed by Noam Chomsky, Paul Craig Roberts (Former Editor, Wall Street Journal), Max Blumenthal, etc.
The Rejection of Palestinian Self-Determination : The Struggle for Palestine and the Roots of the Israeli-Arab Conflict (the author, 82pp, 2009) An overview of the crucial period from the rise of the Zionist movement until the creation of the state of Israel, examining how the seeds of the continuing conflict in the Middle East between Jews and Arabs were sown during this time. It sets out to show, by examining principle historical documents and placing key events in proper context, that the root of today’s conflict is the rejection of the right to self-determination for the Arab Palestinians.
Sahar Hamouda (Alexandria University, Egypt)
Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem (Garnet Publishing, 2009) – Publisher’s blurb : “tells the saga of a Palestinian family living in Jerusalem during the British mandate, and its fate in the diaspora following the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. The story is told by two voices: a mother, who was a child in Jerusalem in the 1930s, and her daughter, who comments on her mother’s narrative. The real hero of the narrative, however, is the family home in Old Jerusalem, which was built in the 15th century and which still stands today. Within its walls lived the various members of the extended family whose stories the narrative reveals: parents, children, stepmothers, stepsisters, aunts and uncles, nieces and cousins. This is no idealized, nostalgic narrative of perfect characters or an idyllic past, but a truthful rendition of family life under occupation, in a holy city that was conservative to the extreme. Against a backdrop of violence, much social history is revealed as an authoritarian father, a submissive mother, brothers who were resistance fighters, and an imaginative child struggled to lead a normal life among enemies. That became impossible in 1948, when the narrator, by then a young girl studying in Beirut, realized she could not go home. She traveled to Cairo, where she had to start a new life under difficult conditions, and reconcile herself to the idea of exile. Narrated in a terse, matter-of-fact tone, “Once Upon a Time in Jerusalem” is a bildungsroman in which the child is initiated into loss and despair, and a life about which little is known. The book shows a city of the 1930s from a new perspective: a cosmopolitan Jerusalem where people from all nations and faiths worshiped, married and lived together, until such co-existence came to an end and a new order was enforced.”
Fuad Said Hamzeh
United National Conciliation Commission for Palestine, 1949-1967 (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1968)
Muna Hamzeh (Palestinian-Lebanese-American journalist in Gheisheh refugee camp, near Bethlehem)
Operation Defensive Shield : Witnesses to Israeli Military War Crimes (Pluto Press, 2003)
Refugees in Our Own Land : Chronicles from a Palestinian Refugee Camp in Bethlehem (Pluto Press, 2001)
Sari Hanafi (American University of Beirut), Leila Hilal (New American Foundation & UNWRA advisor), & Lex Takkenburg (UNWRA officer, since 1989), editors.
UNWRA and Palestinian Refugees : From Relief and Works to Human Development (Routledge, 2014) – 14 essays, most modern, but including one on the emergence and early management of the camps, 1950-1970.
Sari Hanafi & Are Knudsen, editors
Palestinian Refugees : Identity, Space and Place in the Levant (Routledge, 2010, 2014) Includes M. Kortam : Politics, Patronage and Popular Committees in the Shatila Refugee Camp, Lebanon.
with Linda Taber/Tabar :
The Emergence of a Palestinian Globalized Elite : Donors, International Organizations and Local NGOs (Jerusalem : Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2006)
See : Lex Takkenburg
Paul L. Hanna
British Policy in Palestine (Washington DC : American Council on Public Affairs, 1942)
Charles R. Crane : The Man Who Bet on People (New York City : Xlibris Publications, 2000) Relevant to the King Crane Commission.
Punishing a Nation: Human Rights Violations During the Palestinian Uprising, December 1987 – December 1988 (Ramallah : Al-Haq: Law in the Service of Man, 476pp, 1988)
with the International Commission of Jurists : Torture and Intimidation in the West Bank – The Case of al-Fara’a Prison (Ramallah/Chicago, 56pp, 1985
Anaheed Al-Hardan (American University of Beirut, 2016)
Palestinians in Syria : Nakba Memories of Shattered Communities (Columbia University Press, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “One hundred thousand Palestinians fled to Syria after being expelled from Palestine upon the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. Integrating into Syrian society over time, their experience stands in stark contrast to the plight of Palestinian refugees in other Arab countries, leading to different ways through which to understand the 1948 Nakba, or catastrophe, in their popular memory. Conducting interviews with first-, second-, and third-generation members of Syria’s Palestinian community, Anaheed Al-Hardan follows the evolution of the Nakba-the central signifier of the Palestinian refugee past and present-in Arab intellectual discourses, Syria’s Palestinian politics, and the community’s memorialization. Al-Hardan’s sophisticated research sheds light on the enduring relevance of the Nakba among the communities it helped create, while challenging the nationalist and patriotic idea that memories of the Nakba are static and universally shared among Palestinians. Her study also critically tracks the Nakba’s changing meaning in light of Syria’s twenty-first-century civil war.”
Roger Hardy (Veteran BBC World Service reporter of the region for 30 years; Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies in Oxford)
The Poisoned Well : Empire and its Legacy in the Middle East (Hurst & Co., 2016-2017) Much on Palestine and the considered decolonisation of the region.
Yehoshafat Harkabi (former Head of Israel’s military intelligence; “I would say the original source of this conflict lies with Israel, with the Jews, and you can quote me.” (1973)
The Arab-Israeli Conflict on the Threshold of Negotiations (Princeton University Center for International Studies, 1992)
Israel’s fateful Decisions (IB Tauris, 1988)
A Policy for the Moment of Truth (Washington DC: Foundation for Middle East Peace, 23pp, 1988) Argues that “Reality will force Israel to retreat from her political stance, to withdraw from the territories and to negotiate with the PLO.”
The Bar Kokhba Syndrome : Risk and realism in International Politics (Rossel Books, 1982)
The Palestinian Covenant and its Meaning (Vallentine Mitchell, 1979)
Arab Strategies and Israel’s Response (Free Press / Collier Macmillan, 1977)
Arab Attitudes to Israel -translated by Misha Louvish (Vellentine Mitchell, 1972 / Jerusalem, Keter Publishing, 1976)
Palestinians and Israel (Jerusalem : Keter Publishing, 1974)
The Position of the Palestinians in the Israel-Arab Conflict and Their National Covenant (publisher ? – 1969)
Eldad Harouvi (Director of the Palmach Archive, Tel Aviv)
Palestine Investigated : The Criminal Investigation Department of the Palestine Police Force, 1920-1948 (Sussex Academic Press, 2016) Publisher’s blurb : “This book tells the story of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Palestine Police Force (PPF) in the historical context which impacted the CID’s missions, methods, and composition. At first, the CID was engaged in providing technical assistance for criminal investigation. Following the PPF’s poor performance in the Arab Riots in 1929, a commission of inquiry, headed by Sir Herbert Dowbiggin, recommended adding intelligence gathering and surveillance of political elements to police functions. Teams were set up and a Special Branch established. From 1932 the CID deployed a network of “live sources” among the Arabs and Jews, and issued intelligence summaries evaluating Arab and Jewish political activity. Post-1935 the security situation deteriorated: Arab policemen and officials joined the Arab side, thus drying-up sources of information; the British therefore asked for assistance from the Jewish population. In 1937 Sir Charles Tegart recommended that the CID invest in obtaining raw intelligence by direct contacts in the field. In 1938 Arthur Giles took command and targeted both the Revisionist and Yishuv movements. Although the CID did not succeed in obtaining sufficient tactical information to prevent Yishuv actions, Giles identified the mood of the Jewish leadership and public – an important intelligence accomplishment regarding Britain’s attitude towards the Palestine question. But British impotence in the field was manifested by the failure to prevent the bombing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem. Towards the end of the Mandate, as civil war broke out following the UN General Assembly resolution of November 1947, the CID was primarily engaged in documenting events and providing evaluations to London whose decision-makers put high value on CID intelligence as they formulated political responses.”
What Do You Buy the Children of the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife? (OneWorld Books, 2013)
Yoella Har-Shefi (Legal Adviser, Ani Israeli)
Beyond the Gunsights : One Arab family in the Promised Land (Houghton Mifflin, 1980) This is a fiction of a novel in that it’s all based on fact with the names changed. The author spills cultural nuances from her sleeves in this insightful book, taking in Muslim social mores, political history, contemporary corruption, extended family obligations, and human love and comradeship for its own sake. And although written at the close of the 1970s, it’s still relevant for today.
Zionism – The Real Enemy of the Jews (World Focus Publications, various editions, in two-and-three-volume editions, 2005, 2012) Zionist political muscle in both Tel Aviv and Washington is unwrapped in this fascinating insider’s history given that the author knew well both Yassir Arafat and Golda Meir! Fortunately, Hart put these candid observations into print.
Contesting the Past in Mandate Palestine : History Teaching for Palestinian Arabs under British Rule (PhD theses, School of Oriental and African Studies [SOAS / University of London], 2009)
Hashomer Hatzair Workers’ Party
The Road to Bi-National Independence – Memorandum of the Hashomer Hatzair Workers’ Party of Palestine (Tel Aviv : the Party, August 1947)
Case for a Bi-National Palestine – Memorandum prepared by Hashomer Hatzair for the Anglo-American Committee (Tel Aviv : the Party, March 1946)
Reporting from Ramallah : An Israeli Journalist in an Occupied Land (Semiotxt(e), 2003) Hass is a rare Jewish Israeli correspondent (Ha’aretz) on Palestinian affairs living among the people about whom she wrote these dispatches.
Drinking the Sea at Gaza : Days and Nights in a Land under Siege (translated by Elana Wesley & Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta; Hamish Hamilton Press, 1979)
-see also Sara Roy and Jean-Philipe Fileu
The Role of Mass Communications in Inter-State Conflict : The Arab-Israeli War of 1973 (American University in Cairo Press, 1978)
Sana Hassan & Amos Elon
Between Enemies : An Arab-Israeli Dialogue (New York City : Random House / London : Andre Deutsch, 1974)
Manuel S. Hassassian (Palestine Ambassador to the UK)
Palestine, Factionalism in the National Movement (1919-1939) (East Jerusalem : Palestine Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs, 1990) An overview of the two leading families and their respective support : The al-Husseinis (Majlesiyoun, those who supported the Mufti) and the Nahashibis (Mu’arada, the anti-Husseinis, who were less unified). Despite being done in 1990, which much of this having been excavated by historians since, there are rare sources unlikely to have been used by the latter. Available online :http://www.passia.org/publications/Palestine/Pal-Book-All.pdf
Muhammed Abdel-Kadel Hatem [Abd al-Qadir], with foreword by Daily TelegraphMiddle East correspondent John Bulloch
Information and the Arab Cause (Longman, 1974) Author was Deputy Prime Minister of Egypt.
Susan Lee Hattis
The Bi-National Idea in Palestine During Mandatory Times (Haifa : Shikmona Publishing, 1970) – PhD thesis, University of Geneva.
Mahmoud Hawari (Archaeologist-activist, Director of the Palestinian Museum – Ramallah, who has worked at the British Museum, Oxford University;, and Birzeit University)
Fighting Palestinian Poverty : A Survey of the Economic and Social Impact of the Israeli Occupation on the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip (War on Want, 2003)
Simulated Dreams : Israeli Youth and Virtual Zionism (Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2001) Sociological, anthropological analysis.
The Jewish State : An Idea and its Betrayal (Basic Books, 2000)
Marianne Heiberg & Geir Øvensen
Palestinian Society in Gaza, West Bank and Arab Jerusalem : A Survey of Living Conditions (Oslo : Fafo Report no. 151, 1993)
Joseph Heller (b. 1937, not the author of Catch 22)
The Stern Gang : Idology, Politics and Terror, 1940-1949 (Frank Cass, 1994 / Routledge, 1995) Claims that the organisation, Lehi, was not an ideological offshoot of the IZL/Irgun, but one of ‘National Bolshevism,’ and that both groups’ efforts weren’t solely responsible for making the British Mandate untenable. See also : Patrick Bishop
British Policy Toward the Ottoman Empire, 1908-1914 (Frank Cass, 1983)
Joseph Heller (b. 1888, not the author of Catch 22)
The Zionist Idea (Joint Zionist Publications Committee, 1947)
Correspondance Course in Zionism, Part 1 (Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland, 1945)
Mark A. Heller
Continuity and Change in Israeli Security Policy (Oxford University Press / International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000)
with Sari Nusseibeh : No Trumpets, No Drums : A Two-State Settlement of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (IB Tauris, 1991)
A Palestinian State : The Implications for Israel (Harvard University Press, 1983)
Mark Heller & Rosemary Hollis, editors
Israel and the Palestinians : Israeli Policy Options (Chatham House, 2005)
Tamar S. Hermann
The Israeli Democracy Index, 2012 (Jerusalem : Israel Democracy Institute, 2012)
The Israeli Peace Movement : A Shattered Dream (Cambridge University Press, 2009, 2014). A lament for the post-Oslo decline.
co-author with Asher Arian & Ilan Talmud : National Security and Public Opinion in Israel (Jerusalem Post, 1988)
Seymour M. (Myron) Hersh (New Yorker magazine writer who first exposed the 1969 My Lai Massacre in Vietnam)
The Samson Option : Israel, America and the Bomb (Faber, 1991, 1993)
Rabbi Arthur Herzenberg, editor
The Fate of Zionism : A Secular Future for Israel and Palestine (HarperSanFrancisco, 2003)
The Zionist Idea : A Historical Analysis and Reader (Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America [sic], 1997
Moses Hess (1812-1875)
The Revival of Israel : Rome and Jerusalem, the Last Nationalist Question, translated by Meyer Waxman (University of Nebraska Press, 1995) “Jewish religion is, above all, Jewish patriotism.”
Nadia Hijab (Director of Al-Shakba, the Palestinian Policy Network)
with Amina Minns : Citizens Apart – A Portrait of Palestinians in Israel (IB Tauris, 1990)
Robert Hillenbrand (University of Edinburgh)
The Architecture of Ottoman Jerusalem : An Introduction (Altajir World of Islam Trust, 128 pages, 2002)
Behind the Intifada : Labor and Women’s Movements in the Occupied Territories (Princeton University Press, 1991)
The Middle East (Phoenix : Oryx Press, 1996)
Sharing the Promised Land : A Tale of Israelis and Palestinians aka Sharing the Promised Land : An Interwoven Tale of Israelis and Palestinians (Northampton, Massachusetts : Interlink Books / Coronet, 1996)
Lebanon : Fire and Embers – A History of the Lebanese Civil War (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1993)
Inside the Middle East (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1982)
David Hirst (former Middle East correspondent for the Guardian newspaper)
Beware of Small States : Lebanon, Battleground of the Middle East (Faber, 2011)
The Gun and the Olive Branch : The Roots of Violence in the Middle East (Faber & Faber, 1977, 2nd ed. 1984, 3rd ed with new foreword, 613 pages, 2003, 2004 / Nation Books, 2003). Extends up to the massacres at Sabra and Chatila/Shatilla refugee camps in Lebanon, 1982.
Walter L. Hixson (University of Akron)
Israel’s Armor : The Israel Lobbyand the First Generation of the Palestine Conflict (Cambridge University Press, 2019) The foundational history of the Israel lobby.
Gil Z. Hochberg (UCLA)
In Spite of Partition : Jews, Arabs and the Limits of Separatist Imagination (Princeton University Press, 2007). Publisher’s blurb : “Partition–the idea of separating Jews and Arabs along ethnic or national lines–is a legacy at least as old as the Zionist-Palestinian conflict. Challenging the widespread “separatist imagination” behind partition, Gil Hochberg demonstrates the ways in which works of contemporary Jewish and Arab literature reject simple notions of separatism and instead display complex configurations of identity that emphasize the presence of alterity within the self–the Jew within the Arab, and the Arab within the Jew. In Spite of Partition examines Hebrew, Arabic, and French works that are largely unknown to English readers to reveal how, far from being independent, the signifiers “Jew” and “Arab” are inseparable. In a series of original close readings, Hochberg analyzes fascinating examples of such inseparability. In the Palestinian writer Anton Shammas’s Hebrew novel Arabesques, the Israeli and Palestinian protagonists are a “schizophrenic pair” who “have not yet decided who is the ventriloquist of whom.” And in the Moroccan Jewish writer Albert Swissa’s Hebrew novel Aqud, the Moroccan-Israeli main character’s identity is uneasily located between the “Moroccan Muslim boy he could have been” and the “Jewish Israeli boy he has become.” Other examples draw attention to the intricate linguistic proximity of Hebrew and Arabic, the historical link between the traumatic memories of the Jewish Holocaust and the Palestinian Nakbah, and the libidinal ties that bind Jews and Arabs despite, or even because of, their current animosity.”
See also : PALESTINE STORY TODAY
Thomas Hodgkin : Letters from Palestine 1932-1936 (EC Hodgkin, editor)
(Quartet Books, 1986)
Antonius and Palestine (EC Hodgkin, editor; Ithaca Press, 1982)
House of Windows : Portraits from a Jerusalem Neighbourhood (Arcadia Books, 2001)
Clare Hollingworth (war correspondant for The Observer and The Economist)
Front Line (Jonathan Cape, 1990) – disappointingly minimal reference to 1947-1948, especially as she was at the King David Hotel when it was terrorised. Flew bombing missions for the RAF in Cairo during World War Two.
The Arabs and the West (Methuen, 1952 / Routledge, 2015)
Note : See James Rodgers
Land Expropriation in Israel : Law, Culture and Society (Ashgate, 2007). Legal case law used to deprive Arab Palestinians of their land shown to have also, in a much smaller scale, done the same to Jewish Israelis.
False Prophets of Peace : Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine
(Chicago : Haymarket Books, 2011) Deeply researched analysis of the Israeli Left’s attempts to legitimise Israeli apartheid; a rare, English-language assessment, endorsed by Ilan Pappé, Moshé Machover, and Noam Chomsky. Valuable endnotes, despite occasional misspellings of authors’ names and English titles sometimes wantonly given to Hebrew books.
See : THE STORY TODAY section.
EP (Edward) Horne
A Job Well Done : A History of the Palestine Police Service, 1920-1948 (Palestine Police Old Comrades Benevolent Association, 1982 / Book Guild Publishing, 2003)
State in the Making (Greenwood Press, 1981) – Jewish Agency perspective.
Operation Cyanide : Why the Bombing of the USS Liberty Nearly Caused World War III (Vision, 2003)
Bayan Buwayhed al-Hout
Sabra and Shatila : September 1982 (Pluto Press, 2004)
Shafiq Al-Hout (see : Jean Said Makdisi)
Harry Nicholas Howard
The King Crane Commission : An American Enquiry in the Middle East (Beirut : Khayats, 1963)
Russell Warren Howe (veteran reporter and critic)
The Power Peddlers : How Lobbyists Mold America’s Foreign Policy (Doubleday, 1983)
Michael C. Hudson, editor
Alternative Approaches to the Arab-Israeli Conflict : A Comparative Analysis of the Principal Actors (Washington DC : Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies & the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, 1984)
Human Rights Watch
Second Class : Discrimination against Palestinian Children in Israel’s Schools (Human Rights Watch, 2001)
Torture and Ill-Treatment : Israel’s Interrogation of Palestinians from the Occupied Territories (Human Rights Watch, 316 pages, 1994)
A Broken Trust : Herbert Samuel, Zionism and the Palestinians (IB Tauris, 2001) Sir Herbert Samuel, the first British High Commissioner in Mandatory Palestine (1920–25) has been generally regarded as an impartial administrator. But most of the measures Samuel took during his time in Palestine were designed to prepare the ground not simply for the “Jewish national home” promised in both the Balfour Declaration and the mandate for Palestine, but also for a Jewish state.
F. Robert Hunter
The Palestinain Uprising : A War by Other Means (University of California Press, 1991-1992)
No Simple Proxy : Israel in Central America (Washington Middle East Associates, 1987), edited by Jane Power & James Zogby
Robert Edwards Hunter & Seth G. Jones
Building a Successful Palestinian State : Security (Rand Corporation, 2006)
Middle East Politics : The Military Dimension (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 1982)
Oil, the Arab-Israeli Dispute and the Industrial World : Horizons of Crisis (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 1976)
The Struggle for Palestine (New York City : Schocken Books, 1976)
Deena Hurwitz, editor
Walking the Red Line : Israelis in Search of Justice for Palestine (Philadelphia, New Society Publishers, 1992) – preface by Marshall T. Meyer
Hussein, King of Jordan
My “War” with Israel – as told to Vick Vance & Pierre Lauer (Owen, 1968)
Hussein Abu Hussein (Palestinian Israeli lawyer) & Fiona McKay (British human rights lawyer)
Access Denied : Palestinian Land Rights in Israel (Zed Books, 2003)
Hassan Jamal Husseini
Return to Jerusalem (Quartet Emerging Voices, 1998) It is one thing to know such things happen; another to experience them at first hand. A Palestinian journalist, working for the Arab Press in Jerusalem, returns home late from work. In the small hours of the following morning, the security forces knock at his door. They remove him from his family, handcuff and blindfold him and take him away for interrogation. Absorbed into the prison system, he is subjected to techniques of humiliation and deprivation in an overcrowded cell and the alternating brutality and subtle reasonableness of the interrogators. The long hours of inaction between times are lightened only by thoughts of the tenderness of his family life and the conversation of fellow prisoners. These debates, reflecting many shades of experience and opinion, unfold against the background of his wife’s unwavering support and the continuing history of Israel’s occupation of the territories. An Israeli lawyer a man of integrity, takes up his case and introduces a ray of hope — yet seems powerless to divert the authorities’ intentions as these finally emerge. Hassan Husseini has written in Return to Jerusalem a novel of haunting human interest at one level and at another a timely appeal for the recognition of the rights of Palestinians in their ancestral homeland on a foundation of moderation and natural justice. Hassan Jamal Husseini was born in Jerusalem, Palestine in 1925 and was educated at various schools in the Middle East. He attended the American University, Beirut, and Syracuse University, New York. He studied music as an amateur at the Paris Conservatoire. In 1951 he entered the Saudi Diplomatic Service, serving a five-year posting at the London Embassy. He left to become the Middle East representative of the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Bank, and works today in financial consultancy. He is married and has three children. In undertaking his research for Return to Jerusalem, Husseini interviewed former prisoners from Israel’s security prisons to ensure the documentary authenticity of the novel’s background.
History of Masjid Al-Aqsa for Children (Leicester : Friends of Al-Aqsa Publications, 64 pages, 2010)
Albert Montefiore Hyamson
Palestine under the Mandate (Methuen, 1950)
-as editor : The British Consulate in Jerusalem in Relation to the Jews of Palestine, 1838-1914 (Goldston, ca. 1939-1941) -extracts from Foreign Office records.
Ihud : See Judah Leon Magnes
The Origin of the Arab-Israeli Arms Race : Arms, Embargo, Military Poweer and Decision in the 1948 Palestine War (Macmillan / St Antony’s College, Oxford University / New York University Press, 1996)
Bernadotte in Palestine 1948 : A Study in Contemporary Humanitarian Knight-Errantry (Macmillan / St Antony’s College, Oxford University, 1996)
Innocent Abroad : An Intimate Account of American Peace Diplomacy in the Middle East (Simon & Schuster, 2009) – With some focus on Oslo and the 2nd intifada.
Doreen Ingrams (compiled and annotated)
The Palestine Papers : 1917-1922 : Seeds of Conflict (John Murray 1972 / Eland Publishing, 2009)
Institute for Historical Justice and Reconcilliation
Sacred Sites in The Holy Land : Historical and Religious Perspectives (Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation / Republic of Letters Publishing, 2011) Publisher’s blurb : “explores shared legacies of Jews and Muslims, offering religious and historical accounts on three sacred sites in the Holy Land; Al Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount; Cave of the Patriarchs/Cave of Machpelah: Sanctuary of Ibrahim/ Ibrahimi Mosque and Kever Shmuel/Nabi Samu’il.” Note : This monograph is a free download, via historyandreconciliation.org
Institute for Palestine Studies – Arab Women’s Information Committee
Who are the Terrorists? Aspects of Zionist and Israeli Terrorism (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies & the Arab Women’s Information Committee, 74 pages, 1972) Chronological unpacking of Zionist terrorism.
Institute for Palestine Studies
Palestinian History in Postage Stamps (Washington DC : Institute for Palestine Studies, 493 pages, 2011)
The Judaization of Jerusalem, 1967-1972 (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies / Canterbury : World Conference of Christians for Peace, 1970 and 1972)
The Partition of Palestine (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1967)
International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
Zionism and Racism : International Symposium – Selected Papers (1986) – see other EAFORD publications under individual authors.
Witness of War Crimes in Lebanon : Testimony Given to the Nordic Commission, Oslo, October 1982 (1983)
Literature and War : Conversations with Israeli and Palestinian Writers (Northampton, Massachusetts : Olive Tree Press / Interlink Books, 2009) – Contents : What really matters is the quality of what’s in our heads / Etgar Keret — In morality’s catastrophe zones / David Grossman — We have to act as if there is a chance. Maybe / Yoram Kaniuk — In conflicts, few people are able to understand the suffering of others / Amos Oz — Dissension is an old Jewish tradition / Meir Shalev — Arabophobia! / Orly Castel-Bloom — A perfect bridge / Dorit Rabinyan — Life is so much richer / Mahmoud Shuqair — I want to be free / Ghassan Zaqtan — My aim is to survive / Liana Badr — I write to release the violence inside / Zakariyya Muhammad — We have to be humane in our fight / Yahya Yakhlif — Men dominate society / Sahar Khalifeh — It is our duty to know about the other side / Mahmoud Darwish and Izzat Ghazzawi — Or should we do something about it? an Israeli-Palestinian contribution / Salman Natour.
Islamic Council of Europe (London)
Ismail R. Al-Faruqi : Islam and the Problem of Israel (ICE, 1980)
Jerusalem : The Key to World Peace (ICE, 1980) Contributors include Peter Mansfield, Afzal Iqbal, John Reddaway, Henry Cattan, Khalid Al-Hassan, and Norton Mezvinsky. 1979 conference papers.
Israel Information Centre (Jerusalem)
Facts about Israel (IIC, 353 pages, 2008)
A Letter from Israel (IIC, 45 pages, 1984)
The Palestine Liberation Organization : Liberation…or Liquidation? (ICC, 8 pages, 1979)
What is the Arab Boycott against Israel? (IIC/Federation of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce with and in Israel, 23 pages, 1975)
Aspects of the Palestinian Problem (IIC Information Briefing no. 29, 40 pages, 1974-1975) “The solution may be found within the compass of a Jordanian-Palestinian State. Israel does not consider that there is room for a second Palestinian State.”
Defenceless (IIC, 1973)
Israeli Socialist Organization
The Other Israel : Israeli Critique of Zionist History and Policy (Tel Aviv : ISO, 31 pages, 1968)
Dangers of a Palestinian State (Israel : Gefen Publishing, 2002). Various Israeli authors essay perceived dangers of dismantling the Zionist State.
Ze’ev Jabotinsky – about Vladimir Jabotinsky (1880-1940)
The War and the Jew (New York City : Altalena Press, 1987)
Jabra Ibrahim Jabra
Princesses Street : Baghdad Memories -translated by Issa J. Boullata (University of Arkansas Press, 2005)
The First Well – A Bethlehem Boyhood (University of Arkansas Press, 1995 / Hesperus, 2012) A gentle cultural view of the diversity of the Palestinian Arab community in Bethlehem and his upbringing amongst the “shouts of books” in the cosmopolitan city. See also autobiographical works : Edward Said : Out of Place and Rega-e Busailah’s In the Land of My Birth – A Palestinian Boyhood
See also : FICTION
Eliezer David Jaffe (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Giving Wisely : The Israel Guide to non-Profit and Volunteer Services (Koren Publishers, 1982 / expanded ed. Gefen Books, 2000) Publisher’s blurb : “A unique directory of Israel’s non-profit and voluntary organizations. It is an essential guide for individual donors, volunteers, foundations and charitable trusts who would link up with and support Israeli non-profit organizations.”
Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies
The West Bank and Gaza : Israel’s Options for Peace (Tel-Aviv : Jaffee Center, 1989)
Eliot Jager (editor of Jerusalem Report and part of the Jewish Leadership Council)
The Balfour Declaration : 67 Words ~ 100 Years of Conflict (Gefen Books, 2018) Zionist defence of the Balfour Declaration
Amal Jamal (Tel Aviv University)
Arab Minority Nationalism in Israel : The Politics of Indigeneity (Routledge, 2011)
The Arab Public Sphere in Israel : Media Space and Cultural Resistance (Indiana University Press, 2009)
The Palestinian National Movement : The Politics of Contention, 1967-2005 (Indiana University Press, 2005) Publisher’s blurb : “This innovative study examines the internal dynamics of the Palestinian political elite and their impact on the struggle to establish a Palestinian state. The PLO leadership has sought to prevent the rise of any alternative in the West Bank and Gaza Strip that can challenge its authority to represent Palestinian aspirations for self-determination. Drawing on Palestinian sources and interviews with Palestinian political leaders, Jamal argues that the Fatah leadership has attempted to mobilize new social forces-local secular-nationalist and Islamist movements-while undermining their ability to develop independent power structures. This policy has served to radicalize the younger local elites, contributing to the tensions that precipitated the first and second intifadas. Israel’s policies have undermined the legitimacy of the national elite, while enhancing the Islamist opposition’s ideological legitimacy. In this way, internal elite disunity and growing political differentiation have worked against development of a common Palestinian strategy of state-building.”
Media, Politics, and Democracy in Palestine : Political Culture, Pluralism, and the Palestinian Authority (Sussex Academic Press, 2005)
Amaney A. Jamal (Princeton University)
Barriers to Democracy : The Other Side of Social Capital in Palestine and the Arab World (Princeton University Press, 2007)
Contributions by Palestinian Women to the National Struggle for Liberation (Washington DC : Middle East Public Relations, 1985) Well-illustrated in both colour and greyscale.
GH Jansen [Godfrey H.]
Zionism, Israel and Asian Nationalism (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1971)
Michael E. Jansen
Dissonance in Zion (Zed Books, 1987)
The Battle of Beirut : Why Israel Invaded Lebanon (Zed Books, 1982)
The Three Basic American Decisions on Palestine (Beirut: Palestine Liberation Organization, Research Center, 46pp, 1971)
The United States and the Palestinian People (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1970)
The Storyteller of Jerusalem : The Life and Times of Wasif Jawhariyyeh, 1904-1948 (Northampton, Massachusetts : Olive Branch Press, 2014) Edited by Salim Tamari & Issam Nassar; translated by Nada Elzeer; foreword by Rachel Beckles Willson. A marvellous memoir of a young, talented urbanite of modest means but richly connected to top Palestinian families, Mandate Government Sirs, and endless party-goers. After navigating the Ottoman structure, he settles down to a working life of practical civil service as his (and the Palestinians’) national consciousness elevates over events, benefiting from working relationships with both the Husseini and Nashashibi centres of power, and the Arabist Ronald Storrs, Governor and Military Governor of Jerusalem, who declined to mention Jawhariyyeh in his Orientations. Besides much alcohol, this memoir includes a great deal of Arab culture in Jerusalem, especially the music scene, which welcomes his at-the-ready oud expertise and passionate singing. The foreword by Beckles Willson is especially rewarding.
Lena Jayyusi, editor
Jerusalem Interrupted : Modernity and Colonial Transformation, 1917-Present (Northampton, Massachusetts : Interlink, 2015) This groundbreaking collection of essays brings together distinguished scholars and writers and follows the history of Jerusalem from the culturally diverse Mandate period through its transformation into a predominantly Jewish city. Essays detail often unexplored dimensions of the social and political fabric of a city that was rendered increasingly taut and fragile, even as areas of mutual interaction and shared institutions and neighborhoods between Arabs and Jews continued to develop. Contributors include: Lena Jayyusi, Issam Nassar, Samia A. Halaby, Elias Sahhab, Andrea Stanton, Makram Khoury-Machool, Sandy Sufian, Awad Halabi, Ellen L. Fleischmann, Widad Kawar, Rochelle Davis, Subhi Ghosheh, Mohammad Ghosheh, Tom Abowd, Nadia Abu El-Haj, Michael Dumper, Nahed Awwad, Ahmad J. Azem, Nasser Abourahme.
JMN Jeffries [Joseph Mary Nagle]
Palestine : The Reality (Longmans, 1939) The definitive and most revelatory analysis of the machinations behind the Balbour Declaration. Author was the Daily Mail’s Middle East Correspondent in the 1920s and co-founder of the Palestine Information Centre in London, 1936. Original book, 728 pages with 21 possible copies held in UK libraries. (Westport, Connecticut : Hyperion Press, 1976) Held in the UK by the British Library, Exeter and Sheffield Universities. Chapter 11, republished as an off-print by the Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut, 1969. Reprint edition : Intrterlink Publishing & Skyscraper Books, 2017, with introduction by Ghada Karmi and preface by Andy Simons.
JMN Jeffries, edited by William M. Mathew
The Palestine Deception, 1915-1923 : The McMahon-Hussein Correspondence, the Balfour Declaration, and the Jewish National Home (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 2014) J. M. N. Jeffries, formerly a war correspondent in Europe and the Middle East, working for Britain’s largest-selling newspaper, the Daily Mail, was sent to Palestine in 1922 by its owner, Lord Northcliffe, to report on its developing political and economic affairs—just five years on from the Balfour Declaration and its promise of British support for the establishment in Palestine of a Jewish national home. A Zionist Commission had arrived there in April 1918 and working, often tensely, alongside British military and civilian authorities, had succeeded in setting up a nascent Jewish polity—the nature and implications of which Jeffries sets out to appraise. Jeffries’ articles, reproduced in full here for the first time, highlight Britain’s duplicity in its dealings with the Arab population of Palestine—arguing that clear, written pledges of Arab political independence, offered in 1915–16 as a means of gaining Arab military support in the war against Germany and her Ottoman ally, had been decisively contradicted by the terms of the Balfour Declaration in 1917: thus “The Palestine Deception.” Providing, for the first time, a public translation from the Arabic of pertinent extracts from the diplomatic correspondence—something that the British government itself would not allow until 1939—Jeffries caused a considerable stir in political circles in London, prompting senior members of the House of Lords to ask that the government revise the terms of its commitment to the Zionist project in advance of the forthcoming final settlement by the League of Nations of the Mandate for the territory. Writing with lively wit and telling irony, Jeffries offers a vivid contemporary snapshot of Palestine in the early 1920s. The circumstances of Jewish life there, both indigenous and immigrant, are set out in fine detail, although it seemed to him highly improbable that Britain could contrive any long-term alliance with the Zionist movement that would advance its own imperial interests in the Middle East and beyond.
The Palestine Deception : A Daily Mail Enquiry on the Spot (The Daily Mail, 72pp, 1923)
Note : See also Colin Andersen
Jewish Agency – Miscellaneous publications held by the British Library (shelfmark : 4035.d.21) : Documents Relating to the Balfour Declaration and the PalestineMandate (May 1939) — The Jewish Case Against the Palestine White Paper : Documents Submitted to the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations (June 1939) — Documents and Correspondence Relating to Palestine: August 1939 to March 1940 [with fold-out map ofPalestine depicting Jewish-Arab residential zones] (March 1940) — An Appeal to theBritish People (1939) —Palestine for the Refugees (1939) — Mrs. Edgar [Blanche] Dugdale : Palestine to-Day – “Illegal Immigration” (1939) — Field Marshal Smuts : Justice for the People of the Book – South African Premier’s Appeal (1942) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann :Jewish Fighting Force(1942) — America Speaks – A Free Jewish Palestine (1942) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann : Palestine’s Role in the Solution of the Jewish Problem (March 1942) — Palestinein Wartime (1942) — L.B. Namier : Refugee Boats (1942) — David Ben-Gurion : Palestine inthe Post-War World (1942) — Palestine on the Home Front (1943) — The Jewish Agency for Palestine – Its Structure and Functions (1943) — James G. McDonald : Palestine to the Rescue – Life or Death for a People (1943) — Abraham Revusky and Dr. Walter C. Lowermilk : Palestine Can Take Millions (November 1944) — Albert Einstein : Test Case for Humanity (1944) — Dorothy Thompson [America’s most famous woman news reporter, put out of business by the Zionist lobby a few years later] : To Whom Does the Earth Belong? (1944) — Leon I. Feuer : Why a Jewish State (1944) — L.B. [Louis Bernstein] Namier [British historian] : The Jewish Question [reprinted from The Manchester Guardian, Thursday, March 7th, 1946] — Dr. I. Zollschan : The Arabian Race of Palestine: The Facts [reprinted from The Jewish Forum, August 1946] — Jews of Cyprus (1946).
Memorandum on Acts of Arab Aggression to alter by force the settlement on the future government of Palestine approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, submitted to the United Nations Palestine Commission by the Jewish Agency for Palestine (UN, Lake Success, 1948) [21 pages, in two parts, with a letter of transmittal addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.]
-as editor, with Ilan Pappé : Across the Wall : Narratives of Israeli-Palestinian History(IB Tauris, 2010)
-as editor : Where Now for Palestine? The Demise of the Two-State Solution (Zed Books, 2007)
Sabri Jiryis (PLO Public Relations Director)
The Arabs in Israel, 1848-1966 (1st edition, translated by Inea Bushnaq; Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1969 / 2nd edition, translated by Meric Dobson; Monthly Review Press, 1976)
Democratic Freedoms in Israel (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies / Benghazi : University of Libya, 109 pages, 1972) Young Palestinian lawyer’s account.
Keesing’s Guide to the Mid-East Peace Process aka Keesing’s Guide to the Middle-East Peace Process (Cartermill, 1996)
Islam and the Politics of Meaning in Palestinian Nationalism (Kegan Paul International, 1982 / e-version : Routledge, 2013)
Chris Jones & Michael Lavalette
Voices from the West Bank (Bookmarks Bookshop, 2011)
Failure in Palestine : British and United States Policy after the Second World War (Bloomsbury, 2016)
Nazmi al-Jubeh, editor
Old Hebron : The Charm of a Historical City and Architecture (Hebron Rehabilitation Committee, 2009) – with many photographs; contributors : Abdulhafez Abu Siriyya, Emad Hamdan, Ghassan al-Dweik, Hilme Marqa, Mohammad Sabarneh, Nazmi al-Jubeh, Nuha Dandis and Youssef al-Tartury.
John B. Judis
Genesis : Truman, American Jews and the Origins of the Arab/Israeli Conflict (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2014)
Paul A. Jureidini
Beyond Camp David : Emerging Alignments and Leaders in the Middle East (Syracuse University Press, 1981)
Paul A. Jureidini & William E. Hazen
The Palestinian Movement in Politics (Lexington, Massachusetts : DC Heath, 1976)
Mustafa Kabha (Open University of Israel)
as editor : The Palestinian Minority in Israel : Military Rule and its Legacy (Mada al-Carmel, 2014) Examines 1948-1966. Publisher’s blurb : “The first chapter, by Dr. Yair Bauml of Oranim Academic College of Education, covers the role of military rule in Israel’s state-building project. The subsequent two chapters, written by Professor Asad Ghanim and Dr. Muhannad Mustafa of Haifa University, and Professor Mahmoud Ghanayim of Tel-Aviv University, respectively, address Arab political organizations and Palestinian short stories in Israel. The fourth chapter, by Professor Mustafa Kabha of Open University, examines Arab media coverage during this time; in the following chapter Professor Rassem Khamaisi of Haifa University focuses on the links between military rule and spatial control of Palestinian life. In the final chapter, Professor Ismael Abu Saad of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev reflects on the state-imposed education curriculum taught in Arab schools during the military rule era.”
The Palestinian People : Seeking Sovereignty and State (Lynne Reinner Publishers, 2013)
The Palestinian Arab – In/Outsiders : Media and Conflict in Israel (Vallentine Mitchell, 2011)
with Guy Raz : Memories of a Place : The Photographic History of Wadi ‘Ara, 1903-2008 (UMM el-Fahem Art Gallery, 2008)
The Palestinian Press as a Shaper of Public Opinion : Writing Up a Storm (Vallentine Mitchell & Co, 2006) – A rewarding analysis of the press during the crucial 1929-1939 period.
Noga Kadman (Israeli tour guide and activist researcher for B’Tselem)
Erased from Space and Consciousness : Israel and the Depopulated Villages of 1948 -Translated from the 2008 Hebrew original edition by Dimi Reider [of +972 news website] (Indiana University Press, 2015) An examination of Israeli attitudes to the land captured during the Nakba, with former Palestinian villages seen by successive Zionist settlers as having been bases for “Arab gangs” in 1948.
with Beth Pearson : Families Torn Apart : Separation of Palestinian Families in the Occupied Territories (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1999)
Rabbi Meir Kahane
Or Hara’ayon : The Jewish Idea – Volumes 1 & 2 (Jerusalem : Institute for Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane / CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012, 2013)
Listen World, Listen Jew (Jerusalem : Institute for Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane, 1995)
The Ideology of Kach : The Authentic Jewish Idea (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012 / written 1990)
-with David Eells : Uncomfortable Questions for Comfortable Jews (Secaucus, New Jersey : Lyle Stuart, 1987)
Why Be Jewish? Intermarriage, Assimilation, and Alienation (New York City : Stein & Day, 1979, 1983)
The Story of the Jewish Defense League (Radnor, Pennsylvania : Chilton Book Company, 1975 / Jerusalem : Institute for Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane, 2000)
They Must Go : How Long Can Israel Survive its Malignant and Growing Arab Population? (New York City : Grosset & Dunlap, and subsequently, The Jewish Idea; CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1981, 1985, 1987, 2003, 2011) – Publisher’s blurb : “In this manifesto, Rabbi Meir Kahane sets forth the only plan for Israel’s salvation.”
Our Challenge – The Chosen Land (Radnor, Pennsylvania : Chilton Book Company, 1974)
Time to Go Home (Los Angeles : Nash Publications, 1972)
Never Again! A Program for Survival (Los Angeles : Nash Publications, 1971)
I. Breslauer : Meir Kahane : Indealogue, Hero, Thinker (Lewiston, New York : E. Mellen Press, 1986)
Raphael Cohen-Almagor : The Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance : The Struggle against Kahanism in Israel (University of Florida Press, 1994)
Robert I. Friedman : The False Prophet : Rabbi Meir Kahane – from FBI Informant to Knesset Member (Brooklyn, New York City : Lawrence Hill Books, 1990)
Libby Kahane : Rabbi Meir Kahane : His Life and Thought, Volume One, 1932-1975 (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013)
Raphael Mergui & Phillippe Simonnot : Israel’s Ayatollahs : Meir Kahane and the Far Right in Israel (Saqi Books, 1987) Contains a lengthy interview with Kahane.
Ami Pedahzur & Arie Perliger : Jewish Terrorism in Israel (Columbia University Press, 2009) Conducting interviews with former Jewish terrorists, political and spiritual leaders, and law-enforcement officials, and culling information from rare documents and surveys of terrorist networks, Pedahzur and Perliger construct an extensive portrait of terrorist aggression, while also describing the conditions behind the modern rise of zealotry.
Michel Shamir : Kach and the Limits to Political Tolerance in Israel (Tel Aviv : Golda Meir Institute for Social & Labour Research, 1987)
Ze’ev Shemer : Israel Redeemed : Rabbi Meir Kahane’s Last Speech (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013)
The Water Problem in Israel and its Repercussions on the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1981)
Susan Martha Kahn (Harvard University)
Reproducing Jews : A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception in Israel (Duke University Press, 2000) Israel has the highest per-capita rate of fertility clinics, due to the country’s demographic goal of a Jewish majority.
Mousa J. Kaleel
When I Was a Boy in Jerusalem (Harrap & Co., 1920)
Lorenzo Kamel (Bologna & Harvard Universities)
Imperial Perceptions of Palestine: British Influence and Power in Late Ottoman Times (IB Tauris, 2015) Publisher’s blurb : “The Palestine Exploration Fund, established in 1865, is the oldest organization created specifically for the study of the Levant. It helped to spur evangelical tourism to the region in the late 19th and early 20th centuries which in turn generated a huge array of literature which presented Palestine as a ‘Holy Land’, in which the Arab population and the Jewish minority were often portrayed as a simple appendix to well-known Biblical scenarios. In the first book focused on modern and contemporary Palestine to provide a top-down and a bottom-up perspective on the process of simplification of the region and its inhabitants under British influence, Lorenzo Kamel offers a comprehensive outlook that spans a variety of cultural and social boundaries, including local identities, land tenure, toponymy, religious charges, institutions and borders. By observing the process through which a region of different races, cultures and societies has historically been simplified, the author explores how perceptions of Palestine have been affected today.”
Labib Walid Kamhawi
Palestinian-Arab Relations : A Study of the Political Attitudes and Activities of the Palestinians in the Arab Host-States, 1949-1967 (University of London thesis, 1978)
Politics of Protest : Israeli Peace Movement and the Palestinian Intifada (Sussex Academic Press, 1995-1996)
What Al-Quds Means to Muslims (London : Al-Rafid, 1997) in Arabic and English.
The 1936-1939 Revolt in Palestine (New York City : Committee for Democratic Palestine, 1972 / Tricontinental Society, ca. 1982) The latter edition includes chapters reprinted from PFLP publications : The Political Writings of Ghassan Kanafani / Letter from Gaza / Tribute to Ghassan Kanafani.
-see also FICTION.
Rhoda Ann Kanaaneh
As co-editor, with Isis Nusair : Displaced at Home : Ethnicity and Gender among Palestinians in Israel (State University of New York Press, 2010) Studies written by Palestinian women scholars; Sections : State & Ethnicity, Memory & Oral History, Gendering Bodies & Space, and Migrations.
Surrounded : Palestinian Soldiers in the Israeli Military (Stanford University Press, 2008)
Birthing the Nation : Strategies of Palestinian Women in Israel (University of California Press, 2002) – with foreword by Hanan Ashrawi
Embattled Identities : Loyalty and Palestinian Soldiers in the Israeli Army (Badia Fiesolana, Italy : European University Institute, 2002)
Tomis Kapitan, editor (Birzeit University, Northern Illinois University)
Philosophical Perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (ME Sharpe, 1997)
Eran Kaplan (San Francisco State University)
Beyond Post Zionism (State University of New York Press, 2015) Was post-Zionism a brief window in Israeli discourse, now no longer critical of past Zionist violence?
The Jewish Radical right : Revisionist Zionism and its Ideological Legacy (University of Wisconsin Press, 2005)
The Struggle Goes On (Beirut : Palestine Research Centre / PLO, 1968, 1969) Photographic essay, including artist Joumana El-Husseini Bayazid, historian Nabih Amin Faris, and contemporary Al-Fatah guerrilla training.
Conflicts in a Conflict : A Conflict of Laws Case Study on Israel and the Palestinian Territories (Center for International Legal Education, 2014)
Stephen Karetzky (American Zionist critic of American news coverage)
– with Norman Fankel : The Media’s Coverage of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (New York City : Shapolsky Publishers, 1989)
The Cannons of Journalism : The New York Times Propaganda War against Israel (Stanford, California : O’Keefe Press, 1984)
Abraham J. Karp
To Give Life : The UJA in the Shaping of the American Jewish Community (Schocken Books, 1981, 1988)
The Karp Report : An Israeli Government Inquiry into Settler Violence against Palestinians on the West Bank (Washington DC : INsztitute forPalestine Studies, 1984)
Anne Karph, Brian Klug, Jacqueline Rose & Barbara Rosenbaum, editors
A Time to Speak Out : Independent Jewish Voices on Israel, Zionism, and Jewish Identity (Verso Books, 2008). Contributors : Julia Bard, Geoffrey Bindman, Emma Clyne, Stan Cohen, Howard Cooper, D. D. Guttenplan, Abe Hayeem, Anthony Isaacs, Gabriel Josipovici, Tony Klug, Francesca Klug, Richard Kuper, Michael Kustow, Antony Lerman, Antony Loewenstein, Mike Marqusee, Jeremy Montagu, Anthony Rudolf, Donald Sassoon, Lynne Segal, Richard Silverstein, Gillian Slovo, Eyal Weizman, and Sami Zubaida
Dance and Authenticity in Israel and Palestine : Performing the Nation (Leiden : Brill, 2003). Unpacks the Mandate era appropriation of Arab culture by Zionist settlers seeking to establish tradition.
Palestinian Women : Narrative Histories and Gendered Memory (Zed Books, 2011) – Adds to pioneering Nakba remembrance research done by Rosemary Sayigh and Julie Peteet.
Victor Kattan (National University of Singapore & Middle East Institute)
From Coexistence to Conquest : International Law and the Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1891-1949 (Pluto Press, 2009)
as editor : The Palestine Question in International Law (British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2008)
Israel, A Nation of Warriors (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015) – Publisher’s blurb : “Much has been written about Jewish history, but rarely has the “fighting history” of the Jewish people been told. [the author] examines the modern Israeli close quarter combat system, Krav Maga, analyzes its components and attributes, and the reasons it is sought after by security forces worldwide.”
“The Lachmann Problem” : An Unsung Chapter in Comparative Musicology (Jerusalem : Hebrew University / Judah Magnes Press, 2003) Robert Lachmann (1892-1939) was German-Jewish emigre who championed Arab music in an Orientalist fashion on the Palestine Broadcasting Service.
Samuel Katz (writer with Ma’ariv and the Jerusalem Post newspapers, and advisor to Menachem Begin)
Battle-Ground : Fact and Fantasy in Palestine (WH Allen, 1973 / Steimatzky Shapolsky, revised 1985 / Bantam Books, with introduction by Menachem Begin etc.). Classic Zionist ‘revisionist’ polemic; not as widely known as Joan Peters‘ From Time Immemorial
Asher Kaufman (Hebrew University)
Contested Frontiers in the Syria-Lebanon-Israel Region (Washington DC : Woodrow Wilson Center Press/Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) Political cartography since the Great War.
See also : Elie Podeh
Arab National Communism in the Jewish State (University of Florida Press, 1997)
Amal Kawar (Utah State University)
Daughters of Palestine : Leading Women of the Palestinian National Movement (State University of New York Press, 1996) Publisher’s blurb : “Based on interviews of the PLO’s top women leaders in the Palestinian diaspora and the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Daughters of Palestine provides the first examination of the full history of women’s involvement in the Palestinian National Movement from the revolution in the mid-1960s to the Palestinian-Israeli peace process in the early 1990s. Going beyond media imagery, Amal Kawar reviews the women’s social and political backgrounds to explain how they overcame the traditional gender roles pervasive in Arab societies and became involved in politics. She then focuses on particular periods in the history of the Palestinian movement, as it moved from Jordan to Lebanon, Tunisia, and the Occupied Territories. Issues covered include women’s nationalist activities, their relationship to the male leadership, the impact of crises, and the upsurge of the Islamist movement. A consistent theme of this investigation is how conflicts and crises, inside and outside the Palestinian arena, challenge and frame the success of women’s nationalist work. Daughters of Palestine highlights the dilemma of national liberation struggles that both promote and co-opt women’s liberation aspirations.”
Widad Kamel Kawar
Threads of Identity: Preserving Palestinian Custume and Heritage (Nicosia : Rimal Publications, 2010-2011) illustrated by Falak Shawwa. This book is a record of the 50 years Widad Kawar spent researching, collecting and preserving part of the heritage of Palestine. This endeavor evolved into the Widad Kawar Collection, the largest to date of Palestinian, Jordanian and other Arab traditional dress and accessories, comprising more than 2,000 items. In the following chapters she presents the story of how the collection evolved and she introduces the life stories of the women who produced the beautiful costumes it contains. For her, each item calls to mind an individual or a place: a wife, a mother, a daughter, a family, a house, a village, a town, a field, a market. Each item was worn on special occasions, happy and sad, that marked the owner ‘s life. Much of Widad ‘s knowledge stems from the personal narratives of these women whose embroidery and dress-making skills she so admires. With this book she pays homage to Palestinian women. Threads of Identity is a history of Palestinian women of the 20th century told through aspects of popular heritage, focusing on traditional dresses but also including textiles and rug weaving, rural and urban customs, cuisine, and festivities. The interviews with women who lived through the traumas and changes of the 20th century are a contribution to oral history, augmenting standard historical accounts. While most writing about the Middle East concentrates on politics, her book focuses on the dignity of ordinary people, and women in particular, bridging the gap between the major events of history and everyday life.
Abdul-Wahhab Said Kayyali
as editor : Zionism, Imperialism and Racism (Croom Helm, 1979) Contents : Abdul Wahhab al-Kayyali – The Historical Roots of the Imperialist-Zionist Alliance / Abdul Wahab al-Massiri – The Racial Myths of Zionism / Fayez Zayegh – Zionism : A Form of Racism and Racial Discrimination / Regina Sharif – Non-Jewish Zionism ; Its Roots and Origins in England in Relation to British Imperialism, 1600-1919 / Abdeen jabara – Zionism : Racism or Liberation? / Sayed Yassin – Zionism as a Racist Ideology / Anis F. Kassim – The Right to Nationality in the State of Israel / Michael Adams – Israel’s Treatment of the Arabs in the Occupied Areas / Elia T. Zureik – Consequences of Zionism for Palestinian Class Structure / Sheila Ryan – The Colonial exploitation of Occupied Palestine : A Study of the Transformation of the Economics of the West Bank and Gaza / Walid Khadduri : The Jews of Iraq in the Nineteenth Century : A Case Study of Social Harmony / Joe Stork : Economic Dimensions of Arab Resistance to Zionism : A Political Interpretation / Michael C. Hudson : The Efficacy of Zionist Ideology and its Implications for the Arab-Israeli Conflict / Halim Barakat – Sectarianism and Zionism : Two Elementary Forms of Consciousness / Richard P. Stevens – Israel and South Africa : A Comparative Study in Racism and Settler Colonialism / Peter Hellyer – Israel and South Africa : The Racists Allied
Palestinian Arab Reactions to Zionism and the British Mandate, 1917-1939 (PhD thesis, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1970 – PDF freely available via the British Library EThOS Service) – sources include Arabic newspapers and a 1966 interview with Haj Amin al-Husseini.
Arabs and Young Turks : Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire, 1908-1918 (University of California Press, 1997)
Palestine in the Arab Dilemma (Routledge, 1979, 2015) The central theme of the four essays in this study pertains to the fluctuating relationship between the Arab regimes and the Palestinian Resistance Movement. It is within this context that the first essay examines the various factors which shaped the relationship at different intervals. The second then goes on to present a case study of how the contradictions between the Arab regimes and the Resistance Movement operate in a crisis situation and reach the level of an armed confrontation. The third essay examines the prospects for peace and war in the region in the light of the political conditions given before Sadat’s visit to Israel. And finally the fourth essay is concerned with Sadat’s peace initiative and its consequences on the relations between Egypt and the Palestinian Resistance Movement.
Trumpets of Tutankhamun : Adventures of a Radio Pioneer in the Middle East (Basingstoke : Fisher Miller, 1999) – Two chapters about his 1945-1947 stint as head of the Palestine Broadcasting Service (PBS), but little therein regarding actual on-air programmes or presentation.
Sowing the Wind : The Seeds of Conflict in the Middle East (WW Norton, 1980, 2003)
Michael Kearney (University of Sussex)
The Prohibition of Propaganda for War in International Law (Oxford University Press, 2007)
See also with John Reynolds : Palestine and the Politics of International Criminal Law, in William A. Schabas, A. William, Yvonne McDermott & Niamh Hayes, eds : The Ashgate Companion to International Criminal Law (Ashgate, 2013)
Paul Kelemen (University of Manchester)
The British Left and Zionism : History of a Divorce (Manchester University Press, 2012) Publisher’s blurb : “How did the various currents of the British left respond to two competing nationalisms seeking to found a state in Palestine? The Labour Party from 1917 onwards helped to popularise the Zionist project as a social democratic experiment that would bring progress to the Middle East. The party’s colonial experts largely ignored the sectarian practices of the Labour Zionist movement, which through its trade union and kibbutzim, sought to build an exclusively Jewish economy. The British Communist party alone provided a critique of Labour Zionism but in 1947 in line with the Soviet Union’s Middle East policy it reversed its position. Over the following two decades the left was overwhelmingly supportive of the Israeli state considering its establishment as a recompense to the Jewish people for the Holocaust. The left-wing Zionist party, Poale Zion played an important role as intermediary between, on the one hand, the British labour movement and, on the other, Anglo-Jewry and the Israeli Labour Party. By contrast, there was no significant political force in Britain to represent the Arab nationalist viewpoint. The destruction of Palestinian society in the 1948 war and the refugee crisis resulting from it barely registered in Western public consciousness. It was not until the rise of the new left in the late 1960s, that Palestinian nationalist aspirations found a voice on the British left and began to command mainstream attention. After highlighting the major shifts in the left’s appraisal of Israel and Zionism, this study examines the argument that its pro-Palestinian sympathy stems from antisemitism.”
Law, Violence and Sovereignty among West Bank Palestinians (Cambridge University Press, 2006). This post-Oslo study deals much with workers’ rights in a village and as temporary workers within Israel (across the Green Line). Possibly the first English-language book to take analyse the Palestinian Authority’s legal system. Includes industrial action against the PA itself.
Access to Justice : The Palestinian Legal System and the Fragmentation of Coercive Power (Development Studies Centre, London School of Economics, 22pp, 2004)
Israel’s Defense Line : Her Friends and Foes in Washington (Prometheus Books, 1981) “Fascinating and informative” – Henry Kissinger [!]
Kathy Saade Kenny
Katrina in Five Worlds : A Palestinian Women’s Story / Katrina en Cinco Mundos : Historia de una Mujer Palestina (Oakland: Five Worlds Press, bilingual, 113pp, 2010). Palestinian-American author’s exploration of her grandmother’s life in Ramallah, Bethlehem, Kiev, San Pedro de Las Colonias, and finally Long Beach, California, where she lived after a difficult split with her conservative husband, who returned to Palestine.
As Resident Aliens : Christian Peacemaker Teams in the West Bank, 1995-2005 (Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, 2010)
Yehudit Kirstein Keshet, with foreword by Amira Hass
Checkpoint Watch : Testimonies from Occupied Palestine (Zed Books, 2006) Combines observers’ daily reports from the checkpoints, and along the Separation Wall, with analysis of the bureaucracy that supports the ongoing occupation.
Amjad Abu Khalaf
Palestinian Refugees and International Law : The International Legal Framework Governing Assistance, Protection and Durable Solutions (TellerBooks, 2016)
Politics in Palestine : Arab Factionalism and Social Disintegration, 1939-1948 (State University of New York Press, 1991)
Karim Khalaf and Mohammed Milhem (mayors of Ramallah and Halhoul)
Palestinians and Human Rights: a Study of Conditions in the Occupied Arab Territories (Helsinki: World Peace Council, 38pp, 1979)
Anbara Salam Khalidi
Memoirs of an Early Arab Feminist : The Life and Activism of Anbara Salam Khalidi(translated by Tarif Khalidi; Pluto Press, 2014
The Arab Economy in Israel : The Dynamics of a Region’s Development (Croom Helm, 1988)
Rashid Khalidi (Edward Said Chair, Columbia University)
Brokers of Deceit : How the US has Undermined Peace in the Middle East (Beacon Press, 2013)
Under Siege : PLO Decisionmaking During the 1982 War (Columbia University Press, 1985, 2012, 2014) Publisher’s blurb : “Rashid Khalidi’s firsthand account of the 1982 Lebanon War and the complex negotiations for the evacuation of the P.L.O. from Beirut. Utilizing unconventional sources and interviews with key officials and diplomats, Khalidi paints a detailed portrait of the siege and ensuing massacres, providing insight into the military pressure experienced by the P.L.O., the war’s impact on Palestinian and Lebanese civilians, and diplomatic efforts by the United States. A new preface by Khalidi considers developments across the Middle East in the thirty years since the conflict. The preface also cites recently declassified Israeli documents to offer surprising new revelations about the roles and responsibilities of both Israeli leaders and American diplomats in the tragic coda to the war, the Sabra and Shatila massacres.”
Sowing Crisis : The Cold War and American Dominance in the Middle East (Boston : Beacon Press, 2009)
The Iron Cage : The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood (Oneworld, 2006 / Boston : Beacon Press, 2006, 2007)
Resurrecting Empire : Western Footprints and America’s Perilous Path in the Middle East (Boston : Beacon Press, 2004 / IB Tauris, 2004)
Palestinian Identity : The Construction of Modern National Consciousness (Columbia University Press, 1997)
Refugees – in Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, V.2 N.4 (Jerusalem : Middle East Publications, 1995)
The Origins of Palestinian Nationalism (Columbia University Press, 1991)
-See also Muhammad Muslih
-with Itamar Rabinovich :
The Palestinian Right of Return : Two Views (Pamphlet – Cambridge, Massachusetts : International Security Studies Program, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990)
-with Camille Mansour, as editors
Palestine and the Gulf : Proceedings of an International Seminar (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1981)
The Diet of Palestine Arab Refugees Receiving UNRWA Rations, up to 31st May 1967(Institute for Palestine Studies, 1968, 1970) Report made on the eve of the June 1967 war.
Walid Khalidi (son of Ahmad Samih Effendi Al Khalidi, Principal of the Arab College, in the al-Mukhber Hills of southern Jerusalem, established 1918 and closing 1948, at the end of the British Mandate; brother of Islamic scholar Tarif Khalidi; founder of the Institute for Palestine Studies, Beirut, later in Washington DC, and then Boston, Massachusetts)
From 1897 to 1947 : From Partition to Basle (SOAS, 2009) – from conference : The Nakba : Sixty Years of Dispossession, Sixty Years of Resistance.
Islam, the West, and Jerusalem (Washington DC : Center for Contemporary Arab Studies & Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University, 1996)
Palestine Reborn (IB Tauris, 1992)
-as editor, with Sharif S. Elmusa and Muhammed Ali Khalidi
All that Remains : The Palestinian Villages Occupied and Depopulated by Israel in 1948 (Washington DC : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1992 / Baltimore : Port City Press, 2006)
Before their Diaspora : A Photographic History of the Palestinians, 1876-1948 (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1984, 1991, 2004, 2010) Outstanding photographic folio giving evidence to the Arab presence in Palestine prior to the Nakba, when Zionists were claiming there was none. The many images in the hardback original are markedly better than the grey reproductions found in the paperback reissue.
Conflict and Violence in Lebanon : Confrontation in the Middle East (Harvard University Center for International Affairs, 1979/1983)
As editor : From Haven to Conquest : Readings in Zionism and the Palestinian Problem until 1948 [Anthology Series no. 2] (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1971, 1976 / Washington DC : IPS, 1986) -includes JMN Jeffries : Analysis of the Balfour Declaration; John Chapple : Jewish Land Settlement in Palestine
As editor : with Jill Khaddini : Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (London : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1974)
-as assumed editor, with Richard Paul Stevens : Zionism and Palestine before the Mandate : A Phase of Western Imperialism [Anthology Series no. 5] (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies / Benghazi : University of Libya, 1972)
Christians, Zionism and Palestine: A Selection of Articles and Statements on the Religious and Political Aspects of the Palestine Problem [Anthology Series no. 4] (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1970)
Israel and the Geneva Conventions [Anthology Series no. 3] (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, ca. 1969)
-as assumed editor : International Documents on Palestine Note : divided into three sections – International (including Israel), the United Nations, and the Arab world. (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1967)
The Partition of Palestine [20th anniversary] (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1967)
Plan Dalet : The Zionist Master Plan for the Conquest of Palestine (Beirut : Alumni Association of the American University Beirut, 1961) Off-print pamphlet from Middle East Forum, No. 1, November 1961.
Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine : The Politics of National Commemoration (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
Mushtaq Husain Khan (SOAS), Inge Amundsen & George Giacamen, editors
State formation in Palestine : Viability and Governance During a Social Transformation (Routledge, 2004) Other contributors include : Linda Tabar and Mohamed M. Nasr (both from the Palestinian Institute for the Study of Democracy/Ramallah), Adel Zagha (Birzeit University), and Husam Zomlot (SOAS).
Palestine Documents – Compiled, Annotated, and Partly Translated from Arabic (New Delhi : Pharos / Institute of Islamic and Arab Studies, 1998) – Note : 894pp.
Memoirs Engraved in State : Palestinian Urban Mansions (Ramallah : RIQAQ – Centre for Architectural Conservation / Institute of Jerusalem Studies, 2001, 2005, 2007) Photographs by Mia Gröndahl; drawings by Firas Rahhal.
Hisham Khatib, with foreword by Sarah Searight
Jerusalem, Palestine and Jordan in the Archives of Hisham Khatib (Gilgamesh Publications, 2013) Publisher’s blurb : “This remarkable collection spans the 400 years of Ottoman rule, but has a heavy focus on 19th Century watercolors, including works from Edward Lear, Carl Haag and Carl Werner. Their work concentrated on realistic portrayals of the region (in particular Jerusalem) rather than basking in romantic ‘Orientalism’. Images from illustrated plate books are of especial interest. These include rare works by Charles van de Velde, Sir David Wilkie, Louis de Forbin, Francois Paris, Honore d’Albert duc de Luynes, Leon de Laborde and David Roberts. The focus of these plate books was the large-scale engravings, lithographs and etchings which illustrated them. The section on travel books – also frequently illustrated – includes works by Bernardino Amico, John Lewis Burckhardt, Adrian Reland and Baedecker’s Travel Guides.”
Dr. Hassan A.G. Al-Khatib (Lebanese Bar Association)
The General Factors for the Collapse of Democracy in Lebanon (author, 1994) Uses archival materials from the UK Foreign Office.
Rouhi Al-Khatib (Mayor of Jerusalem)
The Judaization of Jerusalem (Amman : Al-Tawfiq Press, 100 pages, 1979)
Political Torture in Israel : The Case of Shawqi Khatib (Washington, DC : Free Palestine Press, 20pp, 1974)
The Breakdown of the State in Lebanon, 1967-1976 (IB Tauris / Centre for Lebanese Studies, 1991)
Jordan and the Palestine Question : The Role of Islamic and Left Forces in Foreign Policy-Making (Reading : Ithaca Press, 1997)
Philip S. Khoury
Syria and the French Mandate : The Politics of Arab nationalism, 1920-1945 (Princeton University Press, 1987)
Samia Nasir Khoury (Birzeit University & the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Centre)
Reflections from Palestine : A Journey of Hope – a Memoir (Rimal Publications, 2014) Memoir of the Occupation, from 1967 onwards.
Shahadeh Khoury & Nicola Khoury
A Survey of the History of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem (Amman : Feras / Dar Al-Shorouk, 2002)
Eleanor Roosevelt : Palestine, Israel and Human Rights (Routledge, 2018)
Peretz Kidron, editor, with foreword by Susan Sontag
Refusenik! Israel’s Soldiers of Conscience (Zed Books, 2004)
David Killingray and David M Anderson, editors
Policing and Decolonisation : Nationalism, Politics and the Police, 1917-1965 (Manchester University Press, 1992) Compilation of ‘Policing the Empire’ conference papers, including the editor’s own piece, An Orderly Retreat? Policing the End of Empire.
Jon Kimche (Zionist with the Independent Labour Party)
Palestine or Israel : The Untold Story of Why We Failed, 1917-1923 (Secker & Warburg, 1973)
The Unromantics : The Great Powers and the Balfour Declaration (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1968)
with David Kimche : A Clash of Destinies : The Arab-Jewish War and the Founding of the State of Israel (Praeger, 1960) / Both Sides of the Hill : Britain and the Palestine War (Secker & Warburg, 1960)
The Secret Roads : The “Illegal” Migration of a People, 1938-1948 (Secker & Warburg, 1954, 1955)
Baruch Kimmerling (Hebrew University Jerusalem; sociologist; an early ‘new historian’ who questioned Zionist myths)
Clash of Identities : Explorations in Israeli and Palestinian Societies (Columbia University Press, 2008)
Politicide : Ariel Sharon’s War Against the Palestinians (Verso Books, 2006)
The Invention and Decline of Israeliness : State, Society and the Military (University of California Press, 2005)
Politicide : The Real Legacy of Ariel Sharon (Verso Books, 2003)
The Invention and Decline of Israeliness : State, Society and the Military (University of California Press, 2001)
-with Joel Migdal : The Palestinian People : A History (aka Palestinians : Making of a People – Harvard University Press, 1994 / 2003) Contains 40 page appendix, a chronological list of major events from 635 AD. – “This remarkable book recounts how the Palestinians came to be constituted as a people. The authors offer perceptive observations on the status of Palestinian citizens of Israel, the successes and failures of the Oslo process, and the prospects for both Palestinians and Israelis of achieving a peaceful future together. A dispassionate and balanced analysis that provides essential background for understanding the complexities of the Middle East.” –Rashid Khalidi, University of Chicago.
Patterns of Militarism in Israel – possible monograph offprint from Archives Européennes de Sociologie, v. 34, no. 2, 1993, pp. 196-223, available via University College London.
-as editor : The Israeli State and Society : Boundaries and Frontiers (State University of New York, 1989)
Zionism and Economy (Cambridge, Massachusetts : Schenkman Publishing, 1983)
Zionism and Territory : The Socio-Territorian Dimensions of Zionist Politics (Institute of International Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1983)
Social Interruption and Besieged Societies (The Care of Israel) (State University of New York at Buffalo, 1979)
A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Behavior in a Territorial Conflict : The Generalization of the Israeli Case (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1978)
Mary Elizabeth King
A Quiet Revolution : The First Palestinian Intifada and Nonviolent Resistance (with foreword by Jimmy Carter; Nation Books, 2007)
Rex (Robert) King-Clark (auto racer and soldier)
Free for a Blast (Grenville, 1988) Author commanded one of Orde Wingate’s Jewish Special Night Squads; later awarded the ‘medal for ‘Heroic Contributions to the People of Israel’.
1973 : The Road to War (Charlottesville, Virginia : Just World Books, 2013) Ex-IDF pilot and longtime settler in the Golan with backstory of the 1973 offensive that unsettled Israeli society when first published in 2012.
The PLO and World Politics (Frances Pinter, 1986)
Palestine Diary – with foreword by Lloyd George (Victor Gollancz, 1938)
The New Statesman and the Middle East (Beirut : Palestine Research Center, 1972)
Palestine in Perspective : On the Image and Reality of Palestine Throughout the Ages (Beirut : Palestine Liberation Organization Research Center, 1971)
Wither Israel? A Study of Zionist Expansionism (Beirut : Palestine Liberation Organization Research Center, 1970)
Verdict in Absentia : A Study of the Palestine Case as Represented to the Western World (Beirut : Palestine Liberation Organization Research Center, 118pp, 1969)
James E. Kitchen (Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst)
The British Imperial Army in the Middle East : Morale and Military Identity in the Sinai and Palestine Campaigns, 1916-1918 (Bloomsbury, 2014)
Land of Promise – or, a Topographical Description of the Principal Places in Palestine and of the Country Eastward of the Jordan (London : publisher?, 1851)
Paradise Divided : A Portrait of Lebanon (Signal Books, 2007) Drawing on interviews with community leaders and relationships with ordinary people, it reveals a richly-textured social and religious fabric in which Sunni and Shia Muslims, Druze and Christians of all kinds, from Maronite Catholics to evangelical Protestants, strive to maintain a delicate balance. It offers an insight into how Lebanon’s religious communities, their identities formed by history, landscape and their relationships with one another, came to be what they are today—and how their different perspectives can lead to potentially destructive tensions. What emerges is a quintessentially Middle Eastern form of coexistence, poised between tolerance and sectarianism—a theme powerfully developed through the author’s privileged access to the normally secretive Druze.
Manachem Klein (Bar-Ilan University)
Lives in Common : Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron (C. Hurst & Co, 2014)
The Shift : Israel-Palestine from Border Struggle to Ethnic Conflict (Hurst, 2010) Author proposes an analytical framework involving an Israeli-imposed ‘‘control system’’ over no less than five Palestinian constituencies defined by the administrative regimes to which they are subject: the citizens of Israel, the residents of East Jerusalem, the residents of Gaza, and the residents of the West Bank, the latter being divided into those living to the west of the separation wall and those living to the east of it. The progressive emergence of this ‘‘pattern of control,’’ Klein argues, has transformed what was originally a border dispute into an ethnic confrontation.
A Possible Peace Between Israel and Palestine : An Insider’s Account of the Geneva Initiative (Columbia University Press, 2007)
The Jerusalem Problem : The Struggle for Permanent Status – translated by Haim Watzman (University Press of Florida, 2003)
Jerusalem : The Contested City – translated by Haim Watzman (Hurst, 2001)
William Kluback (Early Hebrew University academic keen to incorporate Arab Palestinians in any post-Mandate state)
Courageous Universality : The Work of Schmuel Hugo Bergmann (Scholars Press, 1992) Subject b. Prague, 1993, to Palestine via Berlin 1920, head of Hebrew University Library.
Ahmad El-Kodsy and Eli Lobel
The Arab World and Israel (Monthly Review Press, 1970)
Arthur Koestler (Zionist journalist-novelist)
Promise and Fulfilment : Palestine, 1917-1949 (Macmillan, 1949, 1983)
Hans Kohn (b. 1891, Prague; to Palestine 1920. Early Hebrew University academic keen to incorporate Arab Palestinians in any post-Mandate state; prominent member of Brit Shalom but had travelled the Middle East as a journalist for German press. Pushed for a Zionism of integration with Arab nationalism, not assimilation. Had had enough of tribalist Zionism and so emigrated to the USA 1931 – Smith College & the New School for Social Research, New York City. )
Living in a World Revolution : My Encounters with History (Trident Press, 1964 / Pocket Books, 1965)
A bibliography of Kohn’s works, 1922-1963, is found on pages 357-360 in his book, Reflections on Modern History : The Historian and Human Responsibility (Princeton, New Jersey : Van Nostrand Books, 1963 / Greenwood Press, 1978)
As co-author with Robert Weltsch : Zionistische Politik – eine Aufsateihe (Mährisch-Ostrau : R. Färber, 1927) Probably not translated into English, but these essays deal with the central political problem of Zionism in Arab Palestine. See : Noam Pianko
Teddy Kollek (long-time Mayor of Jersusalem) & Amos Kollek
For Jerusalem : A Life (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1978) Note : numerous other books promoting Jerusalem tourism.
Thomas A. Kolsky
Jews Against Zionism : The American Council for Judaism, 1942-1948 (Temple University Press, 1992) From the preface : “The American Council for Judaism was the only American Jewish organization ever formed for the specific purpose of fighting Zionism and opposing the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. In the 1940s, when the Zionists were engaged in a decisive struggle to create a Jewish state, the Council stood as their most formidable opponent within the Jewish community. Much has been written about the history of American Zionism, with Melvin Urofsky’s American Zionism from Herzl to the Holocaust, and We are One! providing a thorough survey of the movement. But no comprehensive history of the Council and its activities in the 1940s has been written to date. The major works on the growth of American Zionism, including Urofsky’s, have given the Council only marginal attention. My essay, The Opposition to Zionism: The American Council for Judaism under the Leadership of Rabbi Louis Wolsey and Lessing Rosenwald, in Philadelphia Jewish Life, 1940-1985, edited by Murray Friedman, is a brief overview of the formation and the main phases of the history of the organization. Elmer Berger, the central figure in the Council’s history, presents a highly candid personal account of the organization in Memoirs of an Anti-Zionist Jew. However, besides being too brief, Berger’s story, though told frankly, is not free of partisan bias. Throughout my research and writing I have tried to remain impartial. My basic attitude toward the American Council for Judaism has been that its philosophy is as legitimate as that of the Zionists. Both Zionism and Jewish anti-Zionism are products of the powerful historical forces that have shaped the modern Jewish experience. ”
Overcoming Zionism: Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel / Palestine (Pluto Press 2007.) The author is the Jewish American former leader of the US Green Party. This book is a sustained critique of Zionism as ‘state-sponsored racism’, and a compelling argument for the One State solution. The author has particular insights into the psychology of Zionism, and the state of denial that the ideology attempts to engender in Jews. – Naomi Foyle
Liat Kozma (Hebrew University), Cyrus Schayegh (Princeton University) and Avner Wishnitzer (Tel Aviv University), editors
A Global Middle East : Mobility, Materiality and Culture in the Modern Age, 1880-1940 (IB Tauris, 2015) Relevant chapters include Evelin Dierauff : Global migration into late Ottoman Jaffa as reflected in the Arab-Palestinian newspaper Filastin, 1911-1913 / Haggai Ram : Travelling substances and their human carriers; hashish traicking in Mandatory Palestine / Ami Ayalon : New practices – Arab printing, publishing and mass reading
A History of Palestine : From the Ottoman Conquest to the Founding of the State of Israel (Princeton University Press, 2008)
The Occupation of Justice : The Supreme Court of Israel and the Occupied Territories (State University of New York, 2002)
The Legal Status of the Arabs in Israel (Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 1990)
The Economic Consequences of the Camp David Agreements (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies / Kuwait : Kuwait Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 1981)
Arab Economic Prospects in the 1980s (Beirut : Institute for Palestine Studies, 1980)
Uri M. Kupferschmidt
The Supreme Muslim Council : Islam Under the British Mandate for Palestine (Leiden & New York City : EJ Brill, 1987) – based on author’s PhD thesis, Hebrew University.
See also : Nicholas E. Roberts
Samuel J. Kuruvilla
Radical Christianity in Palestine and Israel : Liberation and Theology in the Middle East (IB Tauris, 2013)
Daniel C. Kurtzer (US Ambassador to Egypt under William Clinton, then US Ambassador to Israel under George W. Bush)
The Peace Puzzle : America’s Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace, 1989-2011 (Cornell University Press, 2011)
-as editor : Pathways to Peace : America and the Arab-Israeli Conflict – (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
Daniel C. Kurtzer, Scott B. Lazensky, William B. Quandt, Steven L. Spiegel & Shibley I. Telhami
Negotiaging Arab-Israeli Peace : American Leadership in the Middle East (Washington DC : United States Institute of Peace Studies, 2008) Contents: Foreword — The Study Group on Arab-Israeli Peacemaking — Interviews and consultations — Lessons learned, opportunities lost — The United States & Arab-Israeli peacemaking : a report card — Making peace among Arabs and Israelis : lessons learned and relearned — Conclusion: Recommendations for future administrations — Appendices. Timeline, 1967-2007
David Kushner, editor
Palestine in the Late Ottoman Period : Political, Social and Economic Transformation (Jerusalem : Yad Izhad Ben-Zvi, 1986)
Wrestling with Zion : Progressive Jewish-American Responses to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Grove Press, 2003)
Daoud Kuttab, Mordechai Bar-On and Mark P. Cohen
The Palestinian Uprising : The Second Phase, Self-Sufficiency (PLO, 32pp, 1988)
Kuwaiti Graduate Society / General Union of Palestine Students
Towards a Democratic State in Palestine (KGS/GUPS, 26pp, 1970) Argues for a secular democratic state for Jews, Muslims and Christians.
Labour Middle East Council (UK Labour Party)
Right of Return : Joint Parliamentary Middle East Councils Commission of Enquiry – Palestinian Refugees (LMEC,317 pages, 2001)
Franklin P. Lamb (Sabra-Shatila Foundation)
The Price We Pay : A Quarter Century of Israel’s Use of American Weapons against Civilians in Lebanon, 1978-2006 : A Report to the American People, the United States Congress, and the International Community (Beirut & London : Lamont Press, 2006, 2007)
as editor, with John E. Dockham : Reason Not the Need : Eyewitness Chronicles of Israel’s War in Lebanon aka Israel’s War in Lebanon : Eyewitness Chronicles of the Invasion and Occupation (Spokesman / Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, 1984)
M.J. [Myer Jack] Landa
Palestine as it is (Edward Goldston, 1932) “This is a record of a unique tour in Palestine in the summer of 1931…pluckily and splendidly organized by Paole Zion, the Jewish Socialist Labour Party of Great Britain.”
Jacob B. Landau
The Arab Minority in Israel, 1967-1991 : Political Aspects (Oxford University Press, 1993)
A Photographic History of Palestine (Jupiter Books, 1983)
Abdul-Hamid’s Palestine (Andre Deutsch, 1979) Pre-British Mandate photographs from the private collection of the Ottoman Sultan.
Jacob M. Landau
The Arabs and the Histadrut (Tel-Aviv, author, 27 pages, 1976)
Felicia Langer (Israeli Communist)
An Age of Stone (Quartet Books, 1988)
These are My Brothers : Israel and the Occupied Territories, Part 2 (Ithaca Press, 1979)
With My Own Eyes : Israel and the Occupied Territories, 1967-1973 (with foreword by Israel Shahak, Ithaca Press, 1975) Translated from Hebrew edition, 1974. Observational journalism forming a document of the early years of the Occupation.
Confession from a Jericho Jail : What Happened When I Refused to Fight the Palestinians (New York City : Grove Weidenfeld, 1992)
As co-editor, with Moshe Hirsh : The Jerusalem Question and its Resolution – Selected Documents (Dordrecht & London : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ca. 1994) Much enlarged 542pp edition of the 387 edition of 1992.
As co-editor, with Ora Ahimeir : Freedom of Religion in Jerusalem (Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 1999)
With Moshe Hirsh & Deborah Housen-Couriel : Whither Jerusalem ? Propsals and Petitions Concerning the Future of Jerusalem (The Hague & London : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ca. 1995)
As co-editor, with Moshe Hirsh : The Arab-Israel Conflict and its Resolution : Selected Documents Documents (Dordrecht & London : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ca. 1992) 387pp
A History of Zionism (Tauris Parke, 2003 and other editions)
as co-editor, with Barry Rubin : The Israel-Arab Reader (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969) – / Bantam 1976 / Penguin, 1984, 2008) -reproduces the General Syrian Congress’ Memorandum Presented to the King-Crane Commission (2 July 1919)
The Struggle for the Middle East : The Soviet Union and the Middle East, 1958-1968 (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969-1970, 1972, 2016)
Guy Laron (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
The Six-Day War : The Breaking of the Middle East (Yale University Press, 2017) Author assesses the military establishment keenness for war in Israel, Egypt and Syria.
Origins of the Suez Crisis : Postwar Development Diplomacy and the Struggle over Third World Industrialization, 1945-1956 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013)
Seven Passports for Palestine : Sixty Years in the Levant (Pulborough : Longfield, 1995)
Morris S. [Samuel] Lazaron (Reform rabbi, anti-Zionist and co-founder of the American Council for Judaism) Ethel Mannin : “No one has denounced ‘Israeli’ treatment of the Arab minority more strongly.”
Bridges not Walls : A Challenge to All Faiths (Citadel Press, 1959)
In the Shadow of Catastrophe (American Council for Judaism, 1956) Speech given in Baltimore, 23 October 1956.
Olive Trees in the Storm (New York City : American Friends of the Middle East, 1955) Book based on the report from tour of the Middle East undertaken with Harold Fey and John Cogley.
Palestine and the Jew (Christian Century magazine offprint, 24pp, 1947)
Palestine, the Dream and the Reality : a Survey of Jewish Nationalism (Atlantic Monthly magazine offprint, November 1944)
Lebanon invasion – international reports (assorted) :
Avenging Maalot. May 15, 1974 (Beirut: The Lebanese Association for Information on Palestine; The Lebanese Section for Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1974) Ten-panel accordion-fold brochure, on the Israeli retaliation on Palestinian residents after a hostage-taking incident in which Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine guerrillas took 115 hostages at a school and threatened to kill them unless Palestinian prisoners were released by Israel. About two dozen children were killed; this piece claims it was actually the Israelis who killed them. Photos of men and women are shown who were killed in the subsequent Israeli strikes against Palestinian villages. Alleges that the Israelis deployed bombs disguised as dolls to kill Palestinian children.
Israel in Lebanon : Report of the International Commission to Enquire into Reported Violations of International Law by Israel During its Invasion of Lebanon (Ithaca Press, 1983)
Israel/Lebanon : “Operation Grapes of Wrath” : The Civilian Victims (Human Rights Watch, 1997)
see : Franklin P. Lamb
Bryan F. Le Beau & Menachem Mor, editors
Pilgrims and Travelers to the Holy Land (Omaha : Creighton University Press, 1996)
Mis-stating Palestine : a critical analysis of Fayyadism and the Palestinian Authority’s agenda 2007-11 – PhD thesis, University of Exeter, 2012; hopefully this will be a published book.
Yeshayahu Leibowitz (Hebrew University)
Judaism, Human Values and the Jewish State (Harvard University Press, 1992) Outspoken Israeli critic of the Occupation and religious identification of the Israeli state. See also : Adam Zachary Newton : The Fence and the Neighbor : Emmanuel Levinas, Yeshayahu Leibowitz, and Israel among the Nations (State University of New York Press, 2001)
The Jewish National Fund : An Instrument of Discrimination (International Organisation for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1982). See also : Sami Hadawi
Yeshayahu Leibowitz (Biochemistry professor, Hebrew University; Outspoken Orthodox Israeli Jew advocating secularity of the state.)
Judaism, Human Values, and the Jewish State -edited by Eliezer Goldman (Harvard University Press, 1992) “The Arabs would be the working people and the Jews the administrators, inspectors, officials, and police—mainly secret police. A state ruling a hostile population of 1.5 to 2 million foreigners would necessarily become a secret-police state, with all that this implies for education, free speech and democratic institutions. The corruption characteristic of every colonial regime would also prevail in the State of Israel. The administration would suppress Arab insurgency on the one hand and acquire Arab Quislings on the other. There is also good reason to fear that the Israel Defense Forces, which has been until now a people’s army, would, as a result of being transformed into an army of occupation, degenerate, and its commanders, who will have become military governors, resemble their colleagues in other nations.” (pp.225-226)
Forbidden Roads : Israel’s Discriminatory Road Regime in the West Bank (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 2004)
Civilians under Siege : Restrictions on Freedom of Movement as Collective Punishment (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 2001)
Captive Corpses – Translated by Zvi Shulman; Topics : human rights, burial laws, repatriation, cultural property (Jerusalem : B’Tselem, 1999)
Anne Le More (United Nations)
International Assistance to the Palestinians after Oslo : Political Guilt, Wasted Money (Routledge, 2010) – Mainly an analysis of 1994-2004, the first decade after Oslo, with insight into the role of donor aid.
Anne Le More, & Robert Lowe, Michael Keating, editors : Aid, Diplomacy and Facts on the Ground : The Case of Palestine (Chatham House, 2005)
Co-memory and Menancholia : Israelis Memorialising the Palestinian Nakba (Manchester University Press, 2010)
-as editor : Thinking Palestine (Zed Books, 2008) Contents : Racial Palestinianization – David Theo Goldberg / Globalizing racism and myths of the other in the war on terror – Gargi Bhattacharyya / Bio-power and thanato-politics: The case of the colonial occupation in Palestine – Honaida Ghanim / Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon: Laboratories of State-in-the-Making, Discipline and Islamist Radicalism – Sari Hanafi / Sovereignty and the state of exception: al-Ansar mass detention camp in Lebanon – Laleh Khalili / The ghettoization of Palestine – Alina Korn / The persistence of the exception: Some remarks on the story of Israeli constitutionalism – Raef Zreik / The Mukhabarat State of Israel: A State of Oppression is not a State of Exception – Ilan Pappé / Palestinian ‘Munadelat’: Between Western Representation and Lived Reality – Nahla Abdo / Authenticity and political agency on study trips to Palestine – David Landy / The contested memory of dispossession: Commemorizing the Palestinian Nakba in Israel – Ronit Lentin / The state, the text and the critic in a globalized world: The case of Edward Said – Conor McCarthy / Understanding the present through the past: Between British and Israeli discourses on Palestine – Anaheed Al-Harda
as editor : Thinking Palestine (Zed Books, 2008) Contents : David Theo Goldberg : Racial Palestinianization / Gargi Bhattacharyya : Globalizing Racism and Myths of the Other in the ‘War on Terror’ / Honaida Ghanim : Thanatopolitics – The Case of the Colonial Occupation in Palestine / Sari Hanafi : Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon – Laboratories of State-in-the-Making, Discipline and Islamist Radicalism / Laleh Khalili : Incarceration and the State of Exception – Al-Ansar Mass Detention Camp in Lebanon / Alina Korn : The Ghettoization of the Palestinians / Raef Zreik : The Persistence of the Exception – Some Remarks on the Story of Israeli Constitutionalism / Ilan Pappe : The Mukhabarat State of Israel – A State of Oppression is not a State of Exception / Nahla Abdo : Palestinian Munadelat – Between Western Representation and Lived Reality / David Landy : Authenticity and Political Agency on Study Trips to Palestine / Ronit Lentin : The Contested memory of Dispossession – Commemorizing the Palestinian Nakba in Israel / Conor McCarthy : The State, the Text and the Critic in a Globalized World – The Case of Edward Said / Anaheed Al-Hardan : Understanding the Present through the Past – Between British and Israeli Discourses on Palestine
-with Nahla Abdo : Women and the Politics of Military Confrontation : Palestinian and Israeli Gendered Narratives of Dislocation (Berghahn Books, 2002)
Anthony Löwstedt (Webster University, Vienna)
as co-author : Here We Are: A Photo Essay on Palestine and the Palestinians (allah: Miftah, 2005)
Ann Mosely Lesch (Associate director of the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies at Villanova University and president of the Middle East Studies Association / MESA.
Arab Politics in Palestine, 1917-1939 : The Frustration of a Nationalist Movement (Cornell University Press, 1979) Focuses on both the peasant and establishment actions, including the al-Husayni family elite.
-with William B. Quandt and Fuad Jabber : The Politics of Palestinian Nationalism (University of California Press, 1973)
Arab Politics in Palestine, 1917-1939 : The Frustration of a Nationalist Movement (Cornell University Press, 1979)
Political Perceptions of the Palestinians on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip (Middle East Institute, 1980)
-w Mark A. Tessler : Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinians : From Camp David to the Intifada (Indiana University Press, series in Arab & Islamic Studies, 1989)
-with Dan Tschirgi : Origins and Development of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Greenwood Press, 1998)
Life after Ruin : The Struggles over Israel’s Depopulated Arab Spaces (Cambridge University Press, 2016) -with special spacial focus on the Arab-Palestinian village of Salama.
Military Preparations of the Arab Community in Palestine, 1945-1948 (Frank Cass, 1993)
Jerusalem Embattled : A Diary of a City under Siege, March 25th, 1948 to July 18th, 1948 (Victor Gollancz, 1950 / Cassell, 1997) History from the Haganah, Stern Group, etc.
Overthrowing Geography : Jaffa, Tel Aviv and the Struggle for Palestine, 1880-1948(University of California Press, 2005) Urban planning as politics towards a future Jewish state.
Donald M Lewis
The Origins of Christian Zionism : Lord Shaftesbury and Evangelical Support for a Jewish Homeland (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
Balfour and Weizmann : The Zionist, the Zealot, and the Emergence of Israel (Continuum, 2009)
Tax Law and Social Norms in Mandatory Palestine and Israel (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
Law and Identity in Mandate Palestine (University of North Carolina Press, 2006)
Alfred M. Lilienthal (former US State Dept role)
The Zionist Connection II : What Price Peace? (New Brunswick, New Jersey : North American Publishing, 1982 / Noontide Press, 1986 – Updated edition from 1978 – 904pp)
The Zionist Collection : What Price Peace? (Dodd, Mead, 1978 / Middle East Perspective, 1979 – 872pp)
The Other Side of the Coin : An American Perspective of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Devin-Adair Co., 1965 – 420pp)
There Goes the Middle East (Devin-Adair Co., 1957 – 321pp)
What Price Israel ? [On the political, religious and moral problems stemming from the creation of the state of Israel] (Henry Regnery Co, 1953 / Infinity Publishing, 2003 – 24opp)
Helena Lindholm Schulz
with Juliane Hammer : The Palestinian Diaspora : Formation of Identities and Politics of Homeland (Routledge, 2003)
The Reconstruction of Palestinian Nationalism : Between Revolution and Statehood (Manchester University Press, 1999)
Moshe Lissak (Israeli sociology professor, emphasis on civil-military co-operation)
with Dan Horowitz : Origins of Israeli Polity : Palestine Under the Mandate -translated by Charles Hoffman (University of Chicago Press, 1978) / Trouble in Utopia : The Overburdened Polity of Israel (State University of New York Press, 1989)
American Orientalism : The United States and the Middle East Since 1945 (University of North Carolina Press, 2002, 2008)
Meir Litvak (Tel Aviv University)
Palestinian Collective Memory and National Identity (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) This book analyzes the evolution and cultivation of modern Palestinian collective memory and its role in shaping Palestinian national identity from its inception in the 1920s to the 2006 Palestinian elections.
A Public Ignored : The Broadcasters’ False Portrayal of the Israel-Palestine Struggle -inDaud Abdullah & Ibrahim Hewitt, editors : The Battle for Public Opinion in Europe : Changing Perceptions of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (Fulsome details noted earlier – MEMO/Middle East Monitor, 2012)
Comrades and Enemies : Arab and Jewish Workers in Palestine, 1906-1948 (University of California Press, 1996) Note : includes Penny Johnson, Lee O’Brien & Joost Hiltermann : Intifada : The Palerstinian Uprising Against Israeli Occupation (Cambridge, Massachusetts : South End Press, 1989)
-with Joel Beinin : Intifada : The Palestinian Uprising against Israeli Occupation (Boston : South End Press / IB Tauris, 1989)
London Palestine Action
Israeli Colonizing Settlements in the Occupied Arab Territories : For the Information of Mr Callaghan (LPA, pamphlet, 1975)
William Roger Louis & Robert Wilson Stookey, editors
-as co-editor, with Avi Schlaim : The 1967 Arab-Israeli War : Origins and Consequences (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
as co-editor, with Robert Wilson Stookey : The End of the Palestine Mandate (IB Tauris, 1986 / 2013, 2017) – Contributors include : Peter Grose, Oles M. Smolansky, Michael J. Cohen, Walid Khalidi, and JC Hurewitz.
The British Empire in the Middle East, 1945-1951 (Oxford University Press, 1984)
Donald M. Love
Henry Churchill King of Oberlin (Yale University Press, 1956) King Crane Commission; see also : David Hapgood
As editor (with foreword by Arnold J. Toynbee) : The Transformation of Palestine : Essays on the Origin and Development of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 1970, 1971, 1987)
Palestinian Rights : Affirmation and Denial (Wilmette, Illinois : Medina Press, 1982)
As co-editor, with Roger Heacock and Khaled Nashef : The Landscape of Palestine : Equivocal Poetry (Birzeit University [conference], 1999)
Lila Abu-Lughod (Columbia University)
Do Muslim Women Need Saving? (Harvard University Press, 2013, 2015)
Nakba : Palestine, 1948 and the Claims of Memory (Columbia University Press, 2007) Essays by Susan Slyomovics, Rochelle Davis, Lila Abu-Lughod, Lena Jayyusi. Rosemary Sayigh, Haim Bresheeth, Omar Al-Qattan, Isabelle Humphries, Laleh Khalili, Samera esmeir, Diana K. Allan and Ahmad H. Sa’di.
Writing Womer’s Worlds : Benouin Stories (University of California Press, 1993, 2008)
Veiled Sentiments : Honor and Poetry in Bedouin Society (University of California Press, 1986)
Israel, Jordan and the Peace Process (Syracuse University Press, revised ed., 1999) This book examines Israeli-Jordanian relations from the end of 1967 war until the 1994 signing of the Treaty of Peace, with a special emphasis on the 1967-1988 period. Its underlying theme is that, despite the formal state of war between them, the two countries engaged in functional cooperation resulting from a perception of shared interests. The paradoxical type of relationship between adversaries is not uncommon in international relations.
as editor : The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict : A Documentary Record, 1967-1990 (Cambridge University Press, 1991) This book covers the period 1967–1990. It begins with UN Security Council Resolution 242 and ends with documents pertaining to Israel’s 1989 West Bank elections proposal, Egypt’s Ten Point Plan, and US Secretary of State James Baker’s Five Point Proposal for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict : Two Decades of Change (Routledge, 1988)
as editor : Documents on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, 1967-1983 (Cambridge University Press, 1984) This collection brings together in one volume key documents and statements of position of the parties directly and indirectly involved: Israel, the Palestinians, the Arab countries, the United States of America and the United Nations. It begins with UN Security Council Resolution 242 and ends with the joint Jordanian-PLO statement which rejected Jordanian participation in negotiations proposed in the Reagan Peace Plan of September 1982.
For the Land and the Lord : Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (New York City : Council for Foreign Relations, 1988) Gush Emunim focus.
Arabs in the Jewish State : Israel’s Control of a National Minority (University of Texas Press, 1980)
Hello Everybody! One Journalist’s Search for Truth in the Middle East (Profile Books, 2009) – Translated from Dutch by Michelle Hutchison.
Staughton Lynd, Sam Bahour & Alice Lynd, editors
Homeland : Oral Histories of Palestine and Palestinians (New York City : Olive Branch Press, 1994)
The Right Hon. The Earl of Lytton [Victor Alexander George Robert Bulwer-Lytton]
The Problem of the Mandate in Palestine (Nottingham : Cust Foundation Lecture, 1931) – 22pp.