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The Palestinian National Revival In the Shadow of the Leadership Crisis, 1937–1967 /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Shemesh, Moshe, (Author)
Corporate Author: Project Muse.
Format: Online Book
Published: Bloomington, Indiana, USA : Indiana University Press, 2018.
Series:Perspectives on Israel studies.
Book collections on Project MUSE.
Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • The leadership crisis of the Palestinian national movement, 1937-1963 : the decline from power of Mufti Haj Amin al-Husayni
  • En route to a crisis of leadership : the 1930s through World War II
  • Return of the mufti and increased Arab involvement in the Filastin issue
  • The all-Palestine government, September 1948 : historical failure of leadership or default option?
  • The Palestinians in the absence of leadership, 1949-1963
  • National revival : the 1950s as the formative years of the new Palestinian national movement
  • The Nakba generation
  • The "sons of the Nakba" generation : emergent leadership of the new Palestinian national movement
  • Manifestations of the Palestinian national awakening : the Arab nationalists movement
  • Fatah, the Ba'th Party, and the General Union of Palestinian Students
  • The Palestinians of the Gaza Strip under the Egyptian government
  • The West Bank Palestinians under Hashemite rule : the "Palestinization" process in the shadow of Egyptian subversion and influence
  • The Palestinians under the Hashemite regime
  • First crisis : aftermath of the IDF raid on Qibya
  • Second crisis : in the shadow of Egyptian subversion
  • December 1955-April 1957
  • The crisis of April 1963 : West Bank Palestinians and the revival of a Palestinian entity
  • The Palestinians of Jordan, 1965-1966 : between Shuqayri, Husayn, and the emergence of Fatah
  • The crisis of November 1966 : the aftermath of the IDF raid on Samu'
  • Ahmad al-Shuqayri : between the Arab hammer and Palestinian anvil, 1964-1967
  • A predictable failure of leadership and the peak of a leadership crisis
  • Ahmad al-Shuqayri's path to PLO leadership
  • The struggle over leadership of the PLO : emergence of Fatah and decline in Shuqayri's status, 1965-1966
  • The leadership crisis escalates : June 1966-May 1967
  • Shuqayri : the end of the road
  • June-December 1967
  • Conclusion.