The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict Topics for Discussion

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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What are the forces that lead to the British being assigned the Mandate to administer Palestine after World War I? What is the objective?

What problems do the British face during the years of the mandate? How do they handle them?

What are the problems faced by the Palestinian refugees after Israeli independence? How are these problems handled? Why is it not a good solution?

What conditions lead to the Camp David accords and the Egypt-Israel Treaty? How is Sadat viewed in the Arab world afterward?

What is the goal of the Arab world regarding the Palestinian people? What are the obstacles to this goal?

What is the intifada? What is its purpose and who is involved? Is it successful?

What is the significance of the Madrid Peace Conference? What does it lead to?

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