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Israel and the Palestinians 1948-98: A Case Study of Failure: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights / Maria Holt

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948. Its adoption came a few months after the establishment of the State of Israel on part of the land of historic Palestine. Israel's behaviour towards the Palestinian people - and others - inside Israel, in the territories occupied by Israel and on the terrirtory of other sovereign states, in the fifty years since then provides a harrowing case study of the systematic violation of human rights.

This pamphlet consists of article by article interpretations in terms of the history of conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.

 

 

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948. Its adoption came a few months after the establishment of the State of Israel on part of the land of historic Palestine. Israel's behaviour towards the Palestinian people - and others - inside Israel, in the territories occupied by Israel and on the terrirtory of other sovereign states, in the fifty years since then provides a harrowing case study of the systematic violation of human rights.

This pamphlet consists of article by article interpretations in terms of the history of conflict between Palestinians and Israelis.