Are Israelis the New Crusaders?

Ohana, David
September 2006
Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2006, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p36
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the effect of the victories of Hamas and Kadima in the Palestinian and Israeli elections on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The principal consideration behind the realignment of Kadima, under Ehud Olmert, was fear that the Palestinian residents of the occupied territories had demographically conquered the State of Israel. Thus, the legitimacy of Israel is again being questioned especially by Hamas and Hizbullah.


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