The Intifadah and the fateful triangle : a labyrinth of rhetoric
Notions of 'History' seem all-pervasive and intractable when exploring perceptions of Palestinian and Israeli identity. The entrenchment of their beliefs leaves little, if any, scope for understanding or compromise, particularly when the two communities identify so closely with a common piece of land. Yet from within this circumscribed milieu, the intifadah has shaken these 'Histories' and loosened the strictures by which communal and individual identity are formed. It has allowed new...[Show more]
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