The Impact of Social – Political Context Within the OPT in 1967 on Constructing A Palestinian Model of Transitional Justice

Discussion Committee: 
Dr. Raed Neirat/suprevisor
Dr. Emad Beshtawi/external examiner
Dr. Omar Rahal/internal examiner
Dr. Hasan Ayoub/internal examiner
Dr. Raed Neirat/suprevisor
Nour Nihad Muhammed Mujahed
This study wich consists of four chapters addresses the Socio-political contexts in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and it is impact on building Palestinian model for Transitional Justice supportive of national liberation and democratic construction, and addresses the requirements needed for building this model, limits of liability and the roles of the application. The problem of the study lies in the absence of a Palestinian perspective of social and political contexts influence, which including supporting the national projectis supposed to work on investment, and threats represent a challenge to achieve freedom and independence require confrontation to reduce the negative effects For this purpose, the study puts down a number of questions regarding the supportive and disruptive Palestinians socio-political contexts in building a Palestinian model for transitional justice. In addition to this, the study lies questions about the Palestinian political context effectiveness in the field of building the Palestinian model for transitional justice, the values to be converted and the other to be installed before starting the Palestinians model in transitional justice, the institutional and national responsibility limits in the application of this model and the role of civil society institutions in the application of this model. The study hypothesizes that the Palestinian socio-political contexts incubator to build a supportive transitional justice model to achieve Palestinian unity, strength of the democratic structure and national liberation, while the Palestinian political context hinders the construction of this model. The study adopted the descriptive analytical method to answer the questions and examine the hypothesis, where it was used the following tools: Questionnaire, interviews. The importance of the study lies in light of the continued status of the Palestinian fragmentation, the growing challenges that beset the national project as a whole, and it is impact on achieving Palestinian national goals, the march of the democratic structure, and the need to won a Palestinian model in the transitional justice texture of national unity and supportive of national liberation and democratic construction. The study has come up with a number of results most notably the lack of Palestinians effectiveness of social- political contexts and the ineffectiveness of the Palestinians political contexts in the field of building a Palestinian model in transitional justice texture national unity. Palestinian model in transitional justice has been developed according to the results of the study. Main recommendation have been suggested according to the study results: 1. Pressure campaigns carried out by the parties and civil society organizations for the implementation of the reconciliation agreements and achieve national unity as a requirement for the application of the proposed model.
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