Vol. 2 No. 4 ; November 2015

Vol. 2 No. 4 ; November 2015 (11)


Author: María José Lera

The founders of poetry of the Palestinian resistance: the circle of the magazine al- Ŷadīd

Author: Victoria Khraiche Ruiz-Zorrilla

Cinema and historiography in Palestine: a narrative silenced?

Author: Paula Fernández Franco

Gaza’s space design: land and laboratory

Author: Miguel Mesa del Castillo Clavel

The image of “conflict”: the content of the stereotype towards Palestinian and Israelis is influenced by the media

Authors: Roberto M. Lobato, Miguel Moya & Humberto Trujillo

The social representations and their consequences in the “conflict” Israel-Palestine

Author: Francisco Javier Aragonés López

The al-Magariba neighbourhood in Jerusalem and the destruction of the cultural heritage

Author: Noa Morales Sánchez

Contributions of the non-violent international interventions against the occupation of the Palestinian Territories

Author: Diego Checa Hidalgo

The recognition of Palestine as a milestone of the theory of recognition of states

Authors: Tatiana de A. F. R. Cardoso Squeff & Dulcilene Aparecida Mapelli Rodrigues

Political use of the Israeli military courts in occupied Palestinian territory: Israeli government legal repression mechanisms against non-violent resistance in Palestine

Author: Ana Sánchez Mera

The contradictions of the European aid to Palestine

Author: Laurence Thieux

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