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The Phenomenon of Collaborators in Palestine

The Phenomenon of Collaborators in Palestine

Proceedings of a PASSIA conference exploring the phenomenon of collaboration in Palestinian society.  The background to the symposium was concern aroused following the execution of two alleged collaborators in Nablus and Gaza in January 2001, and the death sentences issued to two others following a summary 'trial' by a Palestinian security court in Bethlehem.  In each case the accused were alleged to have assisted the Israeli authorities in the assassinations of Palestinian activists.  All too often the Palestinian national struggle has been undermined by divisions created within Palestinian society around the issue of collaboration.  The book contains five presentations by Dr Andrew Rigby, Dr Salah Abdul Jawwad, Dan Williams, and Dr Said Zeedani.  
  • Paperback: 90 pages
  • Publisher: PASSIA, 2001
  • Language: English and Arabic
[Source: PASSIA, Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs]

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