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Title: Security of Israel and Arab human rights
Authors: Mahmoud, Maher (2001)
Keywords: Human rights
Arab-Israeli conflict
National security
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: Mahmoud, M. (2001). Security of Israel and Arab human rights (Master's dissertation).
Abstract: The issue of national security has been at the forefront of all governments' political agendas, to ensure the stability of their countries. However, for a country like Israel, security is of the utmost importance, seeing how the Jewish state was created on already populated area by Palestinians. Israel today is occupying, according to international law parts of the West Bank and Gaza, and what makes this issue even more pertinent, is that Israel has blatantly disregarded all international regulations concerning occupied territories, and has made important human rights violations under the pretext of national security. These violations stand in the way of a lasting peace in the region and constitutes an important issue in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Description: M.A.HUMAN RIGHTS&DEM.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - MA - FacLaw - 1994-2008

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