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Taking sides: Public Opinion over the Israel-Palestine Conflict in 2021 [article]

Arsal Imtiaz, Danish Khan, Hanjia Lyu, Jiebo Luo
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The Israel-Palestine Conflict, one of the most enduring conflicts in history, dates back to the start of the 19th century and has deeply rooted complex issues in politics, demography, religion, and other  ...  This paper further describes the implementation of data mining methodologies to obtain insights into the global notion of the conflict and attempts to reason about countries' partiality toward a side in  ...  This study also aims to study public opinion in 2021 toward the Israel-Palestine conflict to gather insights about the issue.  ... 
arXiv:2201.05961v1 fatcat:fb6jkc5chjhhjd5obmrcshtljm

Digital Public Sphere and Palestine-Israel conflict: A Conceptual Analysis of News Coverage

Musharaf Zahoor, Najma Sadiq
2021 Liberal Arts and Social Sciences International Journal (LASSIJ)  
There exists a literature gap on social media coverage of Palestine-Israel conflict by the traditional news organizations.  ...  The available literature on media coverage of Palestine-Israel conflict is mainly focused on traditional news coverage or social media dimension of the conflict information.  ...  In case of Palestine-Israel conflict, the citizen journalism started taking its roots in 2008 (Hamdy, 2010: p. 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.47264/idea.lassij/5.1.12 fatcat:6wstuwojwnbmlkus75ucnxhe5e

The Israeli violations of the natural resources in Palestine

Najah Duqmaq, Ahmed Abu Ja'far
2021 المجلة الدولية للدراسات القانونية والفقهية المقارنة  
Mining and extracting natural resources in Palestine by Israel for the economic benefit amount to the war crime of pillage, entailing responsibility for Israel and for its officials who commit such types  ...  Israeli practices violate the Public International Laws by giving the private companies the green light and the necessary declarations and facilities to extract and exploit the natural resources in Palestine  ...  Israel illegally exercises control over the water resources in Palestine.  ... 
doi:10.31559/lcjs2021.2.3.5 fatcat:rrtn6fkctncthcp5pxj3e3i6mm

The Us Recognition of Jerusalem: Aspects and Implications

Shahzad Hussain
2021 Middle European Scientific Bulletin  
On the other side, Israel declared in 1998 to further expand Jerusalem by annexing the surrounding areas as well.  ...  The status of Jerusalem lies at the heart of Palestine-Israel conundrum. Its disputed status is pelagus forsit for the resolution of the intractable Palestine conflict.  ...  Introduction The status of Jerusalem lies at the heart of Palestine-Israel conundrum. Its disputed status is pelagus forsit for the resolution of the intractable Palestine conflict.  ... 
doi:10.47494/mesb.2021.11.483 fatcat:trllzgsc3zgdpjjlikoenq6kzm

MULTILATERAL CONFLICTS OF PALESTINE - HISTORY, PRESENT AND TRENDS

Mirela ATANASIU
2021 Strategic impact  
the predominant side of the conflict in the contemporary period, focusing on developments in the first half of 2021, but also some trends that are expected in the evolution of the Palestinian issue.  ...  Israel and the Arab states that led to an open armed conflict between Israel and Gaza.  ...  As a result, after the British left in 1948, when Israel declared itself an independent state taking advantage of the favorable moment, the first side of this conflict was immediately exacerbated by the  ... 
doi:10.53477/1841-5784-21-04 fatcat:wzzlucoqvvc33csrpwa2rehjwa

International Organizations in Education: New Takes on Old Paradigms [chapter]

Dennis Niemann
2021 Global Dynamics of Social Policy  
First, he argues that within the IOs, the antipodal views on education became more complementary over time.  ...  Both leitmotifs were influenced by general developments in world politics, and they were also reflected within IOs.  ...  In 2011, the United States suspended its payments again in response to the acceptance of Palestine as a member and, together with Israel, left UNESCO for the second time in 2018.D.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-78885-8_5 fatcat:734qzcv3lzadtpizyl7azushxm

Implementation Constraints on Israel–Palestine Water Cooperation: An Analysis Using the Water Governance Assessment Framework

Liping Dai
2021 Water  
It finds that effective cooperation between Israel and Palestine is unlikely in the foreseeable future if both parties persist with the business-as-usual approach.  ...  This study uses a diagnostic and multidisciplinary water governance assessment framework to examine the main factors influencing water cooperation on the shared Mountain Aquifer between Israel and Palestine  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13050620 fatcat:3ozaawffnvaklit5bz5kkk6kvq

Conflict and cooperation in the age of COVID-19: the Israeli–Palestinian case

Lior Lehrs
2021 International Affairs  
The research is based on within-case analysis, comparing three conflict arenas: Israel–Palestinian Authority relations in the West Bank; relations between Israel and the Palestinian community in East Jerusalem  ...  ; and Israel–Hamas government relations in the Gaza strip.  ...  Israel was providing care on the Israeli side, the PA was taking care of the Palestinians in the West Bank, and the residents of East Jerusalem were being ignored.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ia/iiab143 fatcat:xtmjs4xmwnb6pp7shufbhdori4

EUROPEAN DIPLOMACY AND ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT, 1978 – 1980

Tomáš Michaľák
2021 Geografický časopis. Časopis geografického ústavu Slovenskej akadémie vied  
While the Israeli representatives continued to refuse any idea of negotiation with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), arguing that it was a terrorist group whose main aim was to destroy Israel  ...  In addition to the bloodstained battle in Lebanon, the closing years of the 1970s also saw the Israelis at loggerheads with the Palestinians on the diplomatic "battlefield."  ...  Despite some suggestions of criticism, the United States finally displayed their full support of Israel while American public opinion also favoured the Israeli side.  ... 
doi:10.31577/aassav.2021.30.2.02 fatcat:6r6o73437zanretdqyupsnwtue

Abraham Accords: Palestine issue should be addressed for a peaceful Middle East

Polen Bayrak
2021 Cappadocia Journal of Area Studies (CJAS) Cappadocia University  
To achieve full peace and stability in the region, the resolution of the Palestine-Israeli conflict is vital.  ...  However, long-term peace cannot be achieved without taking into account the Palestinian issue, as the primary conflict.  ...  In other words, it could legitimize the policy toward Israel in the eyes of the public.  ... 
doi:10.38154/cjas.4 fatcat:3dhfhunxujahxdibkcmecruwwa

Framing the Reaction of President Abbas on the Issue of Moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Mohammed Fadel Arandas
2021 figshare.com  
The study has examined the similarities and differences in the coverage of two Palestinian newsagencies Ma'an and Palestinian Information Center (PIC) on the reactions of PalestinianPresident Mahmoud Abbas's  ...  Both of the news agencies weresupportive to President Abbas in their coverage and none of them has any negative coverageabout him.  ...  And over the years, the Middle East conflict is considered as emotional conflict with ongoing media bias allegations on both sides.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.14207672.v2 fatcat:jxmzt2yhijgfdm4g5bmlw62olm

9. Conclusions [chapter]

2021 External Communication in Social Media During Asymmetric Conflicts  
Empirically both research questions were examined by studying the external communication of the conflict parties in the conflict in Israel and Palestine, using their external communication in social media  ...  of the most important English-speaking social media channels of the government of the State of Israel on the one side and of Hamas and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Palestinian  ...  of Israel to Italy Gideon Meir for example observes: "Public diplomacy is not a cure-all for all of Israel's problems in the arena of public opinion.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783839455098-009 fatcat:ihzegphvjzf6le3idpz7gdyc5m

Indonesian progressive Muslims and the discourse of the Israeli-Palestinian peace: Soekarno's, Abdurrahman Wahid's and Ahmad Syafii Maarif's thoughts

Hasnan Bachtiar, Muneerah Razak, Soni Zakaria
2021 Journal of Social Studies (JSS)  
Indonesia, as one of the largest majority Muslim countries, has had a consistent stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict since its inception.  ...  As presidents of Indonesia of different time periods of Indonesia, Soekarno and Wahid tended to be pragmatic in their articulation of their political stances, though it is articulated in different ways  ...  Acknowledgment This article is a revised version of unpublished research draft that we have conducted at the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (CAIS), The Australian National University (ANU), Australia  ... 
doi:10.21831/jss.v17i1.34843 fatcat:tb6o4rfkh5gknagtlszkcodft4

Functions of Collective Narratives in a Territorial Conflict. The Israeli-Palestinian Case

Josep Lobera, Cristóbal Torres-Albero
2021 Dados: Revista de Ciências Sociais  
In the case of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, data show that each side's main narratives are fairly stable over time, and they possess significant magnitudes – over two thirds of their publics, in both  ...  This article analyses the use of narratives in the dynamics of the conflict, which affects both the cognitive and emotional dimensions of the public's worldview on both sides.  ...  Over one half of Israelis and three-quarters of Palestinians think the other side seeks to take over their land; over two-thirds in both sides think that the other side is the one mainly to blame for the  ... 
doi:10.1590/dados.2021.64.1.231 fatcat:xbg4em5mqzgrhfngsdn3sy74ji

Network Diplomacy: Approaches to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Vladimir Morozov, MGIMO University
2021 Vestnik Volgogradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta. Seriâ 4. Istoriâ, Regionovedenie, Meždunarodnye Otnošeniâ  
an effective way to help states to interact with each other in an honest manner and support nonviolent solutions to conflicts.  ...  Network diplomacy appears to be a promising approach to the solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which is characterized by juxtaposing ideological underpinnings in addition to issues of realpolitik  ...  A successful policy must not simply be pursued on the state-to-state level, but take a more grass roots approach and involve drivers of public opinion necessary to shape the consensus intrinsic to any  ... 
doi:10.15688/jvolsu4.2021.1.13 fatcat:6npursgb6zbinj3owynffwvcte
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