A Note on Recognizing Israel: An Israeli Arab Solution to the Conflict

Joyce, Ellen Geffner
June 1981
Jewish Social Studies;Summer/Fall81, Vol. 43 Issue 3/4, p255
Academic Journal
The article focuses on Israeli Arabs and recognition of Israel as a state with reference to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Recognizing Israel refers to its acceptance as a Jewish state. Israel can be recognized as a political entity because it fulfills the terms and conditions of statehood according to the principles of international law. Arabs felt that recognition was the only solution to their problem as it was related to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Disparities were also present between the aspirations of Israeli Arabs and Israeli Jews.


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