القيادة السياسية لانتفاضتي عام 1987 والأقصى عام 2000 دراسة تحليلية مقارنة Political Leadership of the Intifada in 1987 and Al-Aqsa in 2000 A Comparative Analysis Study

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2009-01-01
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ولاء خليل حسين ابو منيفي
Walaa khalil Hussien Abu Muniefe
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AL-Quds University
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Intifada is the main station in the path of the Palestinian cause, and that the entry of the Palestinian National Authority after Oslo had greatly affected the role of leadership in the second intifada in terms of building the State and the complete liberation and the tools and methods differ from those in the first intifada. The political leadership of the first was in perfect harmony, while in the second there was a contradiction and divergence in attitudes and ideas as well as differences on the management of the Intifada and the contradiction with the national authority has worked to marginalize the actors in the second intifada. The study focused on the problem analysis and study of the relationship between the political leaders of the uprisings and PLO and the Palestinian Authority and its impact on the evolution of political thought and the Palestinian negotiations and the method of resistance and nation-building and complete liberation. The aim of this study to highlight the impact of political leadership in the uprisings on the evolution of political thought and its role in the Palestinian state-building and complete liberation and its impact on the course of the Palestinian cause. The study population from the political leaders with diverse political and economic variety of the level of the West Bank and Gaza Strip and the number of Twenty-eight Quested.
Intifada is the main station in the path of the Palestinian cause, and that the entry of the Palestinian National Authority after Oslo had greatly affected the role of leadership in the second intifada in terms of building the State and the complete liberation and the tools and methods differ from those in the first intifada. The political leadership of the first was in perfect harmony, while in the second there was a contradiction and divergence in attitudes and ideas as well as differences on the management of the Intifada and the contradiction with the national authority has worked to marginalize the actors in the second intifada. The study focused on the problem analysis and study of the relationship between the political leaders of the uprisings and PLO and the Palestinian Authority and its impact on the evolution of political thought and the Palestinian negotiations and the method of resistance and nation-building and complete liberation. The aim of this study to highlight the impact of political leadership in the uprisings on the evolution of political thought and its role in the Palestinian state-building and complete liberation and its impact on the course of the Palestinian cause. The study population from the political leaders with diverse political and economic variety of the level of the West Bank and Gaza Strip and the number of Twenty-eight Quested. This has followed a comparative analysis approach, a researcher with the clarity of results by finding similarities and differences in the study of the relationship between the two leaderships in the two uprisings. In addition to the adoption of a researcher on the interview tool to collect information and analyze documents, newspapers and magazines on the subject of study.
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الدراسات الاقليمية, Regional Studies
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