This course presented the most updated research on the origins of the conflict in Israel/Palestine. It teaches the student how to use a general paradigm – in this case, settler colonialism – in order to understand why there is conflict and why it is so difficult to solve it.
The course will cover through a chronological order the history of the conflict from its inception in the late 19th century until today.
- Lectures 45
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 3:22:28
- Language English
- Students 583
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
- Publishing year 2018
First lecture: Settler colonialism
Second lecture: Palestine in the late Ottoman Period 1850-1918
Third Lecture: Ottoman Palestine "People and Country"
Forth lectur: Palestine During Mandatory Period 1918-1948
Fifth lecture: The Nakbah "Catastrophe"
Sixth lecture: Post mandatory Palestine 1948-1967
Seventh lecture: The Greater Israel and Palestine 1967-1993
- 1. Introduction04 min
- 2. The background for June 1967 war08 min
- 3. Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gazza strip and refugee camps10 min
- 4. Israel and PLO in war07 min
- 5. The First Intifada (Uprising)05 min
- 6. The Palestinians in Israel between 1967-199307 min
- 7. Conclusion02 min
- 1. Introduction
Eighth lecture: Israel and Palestine 1993-today
Mohamed Nasser El-tokhi
Hussein M Qwaider
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