The Israeli Nationality Law – A Blueprint for a 21st Century Settler Colonial State

  • Ilan Pappe University of Exeter (UK)

Abstract

The author argues that the ‘New’ Israeli Nationality Law is, despite its name, a natural, almost inevitable, product of the Zionist project in Palestine. Besides representing Zionist ideology, the law is part of a long-term attempt by the Israeli government to adjust Zionism to present-day realities and solve the so-called ‘demographic problem’ of the Jewish State.

Biografia autore

Ilan Pappe, University of Exeter (UK)
Professor of History, Director of the European Centre for Palestine Studies, University of Exeter (UK).

Riferimenti bibliografici

Israeli Knesset, The Book of Laws, Vol. 2743, 26 July 2018.

N. Masalha, Imperial Israel and the Palestinians, Pluto, London, 2000.

I. Pappe, Indigeneity as Cultural Resistance; Notes on the Palestinian Struggle within 21st century Israel, in South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 117, No. 1, 2018.

I. Pappe, Shtetl Colonialism: First and Last Impressions of Indigeneity by Colonised Colonisers, in Settler Colonial Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2012.

I. Pappe, The Biggest Prison on Earth, A History of the Israeli Occupation, Oneworld, London and New York, 2017.

L. Veracini, The Settler Colonial Project, Springer, New York, 2015.

P. Wolfe, The Logic of the Elimination of the Native, in Journal of Genocide Research, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 2006.

Pubblicato
2019-06-25
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