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Struggling for a Just PeaceIsraeli and Palestinian Activism in the Second Intifada$
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Maia Carter Hallward

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780813036526

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: January 2012

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813036526.001.0001

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Interrogating “Peace” and “Nonviolence” in the Israeli-Palestinian Context

Interrogating “Peace” and “Nonviolence” in the Israeli-Palestinian Context

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Struggling for a Just Peace
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Maia Carter Hallward

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9780813036526.003.0004

This chapter compares and contrasts ideal-typical Israeli and Palestinian approaches to “peace” using Galtung's concepts of positive and negative peace as well as definitions of peacebuilding from a variety of sources. Using an orientation to peacebuilding and nonviolent resistance focused on actions and deeds rather than words alone, the chapter explores the different approaches to and conceptions of “peace” found in the Israeli and Palestinian peace movements and examines social, political and geographic obstacles to peace activism such as military checkpoints, the separation barrier and the West Bank road system, as well as sociocultural pressures within each society and other differences, such as language, that pose obstacles to joint peace activism.

Keywords:   peacebuilding, nonviolent resistance, Galtung, separation barrier, settlements

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