التخطيط الإقليمي للاستيطان الصهيوني في الضفة الغربية 1967 - 2000

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2000
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محمد احمد المصري
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The political situations in the occupied territory and attitude and behavior of the Israeli's had big affection on me and pushed me to study and research the Israeli's regional planning for settlement building at the West Bank. In addition to the courses I took with Dr. Aziz at the university which encouraged me and opened the path for me to research this political and very important matter. The study I have made is of six chapters. In the first chapter I state the purpose, importance, statements, questions, old studies, and a general brief about the Geography of the West Bank. In the second chapter I clarify the goals and strong points of the Israeli's, and it also includes details of the taking over projects planned to execute in the Palestinian lands for the last three decades. The third chapter is handles the statistical procedures used in research and analysis of the statistical data, as a study of the political attitudes of the Amal and Lekude parties for the past thirty years and its impact on the development of the overtaking of the Palestinian land in the West Bank in addition to the Israeli distribution of settlements in the WB according to the date of inception, number of inhabitants, and the average of annual growth of the Israeli settlements is included. In the fourth chapter I go into details concerning the area distribution of the Israeli settlements in the preservations of the West Bank each separated and I tried to relate the distribution of settlements with the ongoing projects and the political situations accompanied. Given the importance of the Jerusalem case I dedicated the fifth chapter for studying the Jerusalem case. The expand of the frontiers, the importance of building settlements for the Israeli's, the ongoing projects of overtaking the land, the project of Jerusalem Extension, and finally the geographical distribution for the settlements in Jerusalem. The Israeli goal in making Jerusalem a pure Jewish area is also discussed in details. The last chapter is a conclusion and results of the study I made. The indexes include a list of the names of the Israeli settlements in the West Bank, a list of names and places of these settlements after the year 1996, the land use in the West Bank, graphical shapes and the bibliography
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126
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Published