Bsoul, Labeeb Ahmed
March 2006
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring2006, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the status of the Palestinian minority within Israel today. It examines the social, political, and legal status of Palestinian Arabs within Israel in terms of segregation of the two communities of Palestinians and Jews. It defines the population of Palestinian Arabs within Israel, and explains why they are different from other Israelis.


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