2 edition of laws of Palestine found in the catalog.
laws of Palestine
by Printed by Waterlow and Sons, To be purchased from the Superintendent of Printing and Stationery in London, Jerusalem, Palestine
Written in English
|Contributions||Drayton, Robert Harry, 1892-|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. (lxxix, 2668 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||2668|
|LC Control Number||37019521|
Home > Palestine-Israel Books > International Law > Page 1 of 1. Palestine-Israel Books. Browse: Sort By: Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine by Noura Erakat $ Beyond Occupation: Apartheid, Colonialism and International Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories by Virginia Tilley $ . Noura Erakat’s latest book, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (Stanford University Press, ) unravels the use and misuse of international law when it comes to Palestine.
Within the law, change is possible. International law can serve the cause of freedom when it is mobilized in support of a political movement. Presenting the promise and risk of international law, Justice for Some calls for renewed action and attention to the Question of Palestine. Winner of the Academic Award at Palestine Book Awards : Apartheid in Palestine: Hard Laws and Harder Experiences () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(6).
Justice in the Question of Palestine is often framed as a question of law. Yet none of the Israel-Palestinian conflict's most vexing challenges have been resolved by judicial intervention. Occupation law has failed to stem Israel's settlement enterprise. Laws of . During the British Mandate for Palestine (–), Arabs and Jews repeatedly used the law to gain leverage and influence international opinion, especially in three dramatic and largely forgotten trials involving two issues: the interplay between conflicting British promises to the Arabs and Jews during World War I, and the parties’ rights and claims to the Wailing Wall.
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Great book on the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict form a legal perspective. Erakat talks about how Israel's legal maneuvers in not withdrawing from the lands it laws of Palestine book during the war through a loophole.
It skirted occupation law and the Geneva conventions so it /5(15). The main target of Professor Erakat’s assault is the British Mandate for Palestine (the BMP), the League of Nations law that enabled the creation of the State of Israel.
The professor declares that the BMP institutionalized a “racist,” “settler-colonial,” “Apartheid regime” of “oppression” dedicated to the “juridical erasure” of the Palestinian people/5(15). The struggle for Palestinian sovereignty has been a quest for inclusion in-and recognition from-a world order that left them behind.
Sovereignty has become a trap for Palestinians and getting out is a matter of political vision and will. The law does not determine any particular outcome, it /5. Laws of Palestine, Including Orders in Council, Ordinances, Regulations, Rules of Court, Public Notices, Proclamations, Etc., Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological Order with an.
"Without any doubt, Justice for Some is the best book on the law and politics of the Palestine/Israel struggle―sophisticated, learned, humane, and creative.
Noura Erakat makes a profound contribution to our general understanding of the paradoxical role of law in the contemporary world."/5(15). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to laws of Palestine book library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Laws of war have permitted killing and destruction during Israel's military offensives in the Gaza Strip. The Oslo Accord's two-state solution is now dead letter. Justice for Some offers a new approach to understanding the Palestinian struggle for freedom, told through the power and control of international law.
doctoral degrees in International Law from Leiden University (The Netherlands) and a Masters degree from Harvard Law School. The author of three books and over articles in leading journals, he is an Adjunct Professor at Fordham University School of Law in New York.
Dr Bekker served as Senior Counsel to Palestine in the ICJ advisory proceeding. Your first book, Edward Said’s After the Last Sky, is all about exile. It’s one of my favourite books by the author. I even prefer it to his memoir, Out of working as a consultant at the U.N. International Conference on the Question of Palestine, Said suggested they hang photographs of Palestinians, taken by the leading Swiss photographer, Jean Mohr, in the entrance hall at.
After the destruction of Jerusalem all the special laws of Palestine became obsolete according to the strict interpretation of the Mosaic law, but the Rabbis, desiring to maintain some distinction between the Holy Land and the rest of the world, and for other reasons stated below, kept in force some of the special laws.
Within the law, change is possible. International law can serve the cause of freedom when it is mobilized in support of a political movement. Presenting the promise and risk of international law, Justice for Some calls for renewed action and attention to the Question of Palestine.
About the author. During the British Mandate for Palestine (–), Arabs and Jews repeatedly used the law to gain leverage and influence international opinion, especially in three dramatic and largely forgotten trials involving two issues: the interplay between conflicting British promises to the Arabs and Jews during World War I, and the parties’ rights and claims to the Wailing Wall.
As part of the Ottoman State from toPalestine was subject to Ottoman law. The Ottoman legal system was a compilation of Islamic and French law. The British occupation over Palestine from to maintained the Ottoman laws but added a new set of laws based on the common law system.
Justice for Some is precisely the book we need at this time." (Angela Y. Davis author of Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement) "Without any doubt, Justice for Some is the best book on the law and politics of the Palestine/Israel struggle―sophisticated, learned, humane, and creative.
Palestine is a small region of land—roughly 2, square miles—that has played a prominent role in the ancient and modern history of the Middle East. Violent attempts to control land have. Laws, regulations and decisions in force in Palestine before the implementation of this law shall remain in force to the extent that they do not contradict the provisions of this Basic Law, until they are amended or repealed, in accordance with the law.
(Art. ) Status of the Constitution. A leading US expert applies the norms and standards of international law to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, addressing Palestinian statehood, the negotiation and failure of the Oslo Accords, the status of Jerusalem, the Al Aqsa Intifada, the right of return, human rights violations, war crimes, crimes against humanity, terrorism (both state and suicide bombings), the current divest-from.
In this brilliant book, human rights attorney Noura Erakat offers a compelling legal history and shows how the law can work for and against Palestine. The Question of Palestine by Edward Said. Facts about the Basic Law. The Palestinian Basic Law is to function as a temporary constitution for the Palestinian Authority until the establishment of an independent state and a permanent constitution for Palestine can be achieved.
The Basic Law was passed by the Palestinian Legislative Council in and ratified by President Yasser Arafat. Having just read the very erudite article,"Israel and "Palestine".What International Law requires." by professor Beres. As a regular ordinary little chap, I can only exclaim, Rhubarb!.
Fiction and non-fiction books about Palestine and its people: history, culture, identity, conflict, resistance, suffering, justice and apartheid Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.Justice in the Question of Palestine is often framed as a question of law.
Yet none of the Israel-Palestinian conflict's most vexing challenges have been resolved by judicial intervention. Occupation law has failed to stem Israel's settlement enterprise. Laws of war have permitted killing and destruction during Israel's military offensives in the Gaza Strip.5/5(1).Until the end of the Ottoman rule inthe legal system in Palestine was based – primarily – on principles of the Islamic Law, but it was also influenced by the Latin system in Europe.
Inthe Ottoman rule was terminated by the establishment of the British Mandate, which re-formed the legal system in Palestine.