The Emergence and Evolution of Palestinian Nationalism

International Journal of Social Science Research and Review

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Title The Emergence and Evolution of Palestinian Nationalism
 
Creator Zaki, Anis Salem
 
Description The study analyses \on the questions of the interrelation between religion and nationality relate to the interpretations of justice vis-a-vis the Palestinian predicament. The paper studies the 'visions of peace' and the 'visions of citizenship' articulated by groups as diverse as Peace for Human Rights. By drawing on recent scholarship which attempted to link 'peace' and 'justice' in a meaningful way, this work devises a set of dynamic criteria with which to evaluate each peace platform and its respective interpretation of justice. Challenging the modernist-secularist inclination to interpret 'nationalism' as a 'religion surrogate' or a structural analogue of religion, the underpinning theoretical point is that religion and nationalism are intricately related and thus cannot be viewed as dichotomous or antithetical. Hence, religious sources, vocabularies, institutions and leadership may function centrally in devising interpretations of culturally embedded secularity in zones of ethnonational contestations -a process which is referred to in this dissertation as the hermeneutics of citizenship. As a conclusion, a separate Palestinian nationalism took place chiefly to cater to the Zionism issue.
 
Publisher Global Institute for Multidisciplinary Knowledge and Responsible Future
 
Date 2020-07-17
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/36
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i2.36
 
Source International Journal of Social Science Research and Review; Vol 3 No 2 (2020): IJSSRR V03 N02 2020 June; 22-29
2700-2497
2700-2497
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ijssrr.com/journal/article/view/36/27
10.47814/ijssrr.v3i2.36.g27
 

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