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Title The Israeli-Palestinian conflict : a documentary record / edited by Yehuda Lukacs.

Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.

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Physical description xviii, 549 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Rev. and expanded ed. of: Documents on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 1967-1983.
"Published with the co-operation of the International Center for Peace in the Middle East"--Facing t.p.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 545-549).
Contents I. International Documents & Joint Declarations -- 1. UN Security Council Resolution 242, 22 November, 1967 1 -- 2. Questionnaire by UN Special Representative Gunnar Jarring to the Governments of Egypt, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon, with Replies, March 1969 2 -- 3. UN Security Council Resolution 338, 23 October, 1973 13 -- 4. Statement by The European Community Foreign Ministers, Brussels, 6 November, 1973 13 -- 5. UN General Assembly Resolution 3236, 22 November, 1974 15 -- 6. Joint Statement by the Governments of the US and the USSR, 1 October, 1977 16 -- 7. Statement on the Problem in the Middle East, Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko, 25 September, 1979 17 -- 8. Venice European Declaration, 13 June, 1980 17 -- 9. Soviet Communist Party Chairman Leonid Brezhnev's Position on Arab-Israeli Peace, 23 February, 1981 19 -- 10. Brezhnev Peace Plan, 15 September, 1982 20 -- 11. Soviet Union's Proposals on a Middle East Settlement, 29 July, 1984 21 -- 12. Moroccan-Israeli Joint Declaration, Following Prime Minister Shimon Peres' Visit to Morocco, Rabat and Jerusalem, 24 July, 1986 24 -- 13. Alexandria Declaration by President Husni Mubarak and Prime Minister Shimon Peres, 12 September, 1986 25 -- 14. UN General Assembly Resolution 41/43 D, 2 December, 1986 25 -- 15. Brussels European Declaration, 23 February, 1987 27 -- 16. London Agreement Between Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and King Hussein, 11 April, 1987 28 -- 17. Speech of President Mikhail Gorbachev on Relations with Israel, 24 April, 1987 29 -- 18. UN Security Council Resolution 605, 22 December, 1987 30 -- 19. UN Security Council Resolution 607, 5 January, 1988 31 -- 20. UN Security Council Resolution 608, 14 January, 1988 32 -- 21. Statement on the Middle East by President Mikhail Gorbachev Following the Moscow Summit, 1 June, 1988 32 -- 22. Joint Statement by Yasser Arafat and a Group of Five American Jews, Stockholm, 7 December, 1988 33 -- 23. UN General Assembly Resolution A/43/L.53, Geneva, 14 December, 1988 34 -- 24. UN General Assembly Resolution A/43/L.54, Geneva, 14 December, 1988 36 -- 25. Statement by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Petrovsky to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 14 December, 1988 36 -- 26. Statement by the Soviet Foreign Ministry on the Beginning of the American Dialogue with the PLO, 18 December, 1988 38 -- 27. "Near East: Chance for a Historic Compromise," Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze, Cairo, 23 February, 1989 39 -- 28. Joint Statement by New Outlook and Al-Fajr, New York, 13 March, 1989 51 -- 29. Madrid European Declaration, 27 June, 1989 51 -- II. US Documents -- 1. President Johnson, Statement on Principles for Peace, 19 June, 1967 54 -- 2. Rogers Plan, 9 December, 1969 55 -- 3. Memorandum of Agreement between the Governments of Israel and the United States, September 1975 60 -- 4. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Harold H. Saunders, Statement on the Palestinians, 12 November, 1975 61 -- 5. "Toward Peace in the Middle East," Brookings Institution Report, December 1975 65 -- 6. Ambassador William W. Scranton, Statements on Occupied Territories, 23 March, 1976 67 -- 7. President Jimmy Carter, on Middle East Peace, 16 March, 1977 69 -- 8. President Jimmy Carter, Statement on Recognition of Palestinians, 4 January, 1978 71 -- 9. President Ronald Reagan Peace Plan, 1 September, 1982 72 -- 10. Text of 'Talking Points' Sent to Prime Minister Menachem Begin by President Ronald Reagan, 8 September, 1982 78 -- 11. Statement by President Ronald Reagan on the Establishment of New Israeli Settlements, 27 August, 1983 80 -- 12. US Policy on an International Middle East Peace Conference, 13 January, 1984 81 -- 13. Statement by State Department Spokesman Bernard Kalb on the Legitimate Rights of the Palestinian People, 15 February, 1985 82 -- 14. Statement by Secretary of State George Shultz on Jordan and the Peace Process, 19 June, 1985 83 -- 15. Statement by State Department Spokesman Charles Redman on the Breakdown of the Hussein-Arafat Peace Initiative, 20 February, 1986 86 -- 16. Statement by President Ronald Reagan on an International Peace Conference, 18 February, 1987 87 -- 17. Speech by Secretary of State George Shultz before American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, Washington, DC, 17 May, 1987 87 -- 18. "Toward Arab-Israeli Peace," Report of A Study Group, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 1988 91 -- 19. "Building for Peace: An American Strategy for the Middle East," The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Presidential Study Group, 1988 94 -- 20. "A Statement for Palestinians," Secretary of State George Shultz, East Jerusalem, 26 February, 1988 100 -- 21. US Senators' Letter to Secretary of State George Shultz, 3 March, 1988 101 -- 22. Letter from Secretary of State George Shultz to Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, 4 March, 1988 103 -- 23. "This is the Plan," Secretary of State George Shultz's Peace Proposal, 18 March, 1988 104 -- 24. Arrival Statements by Secretary of State George Shultz During his Visit to the Middle East, Cairo, 3 June, 1988; Amman, 4 June, 1988; Tel Aviv, 5 June, 1988 106 -- 25. Address by Secretary of State George Shultz Before the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 16 September, 1988 109 -- 26. Statement by State Department Spokesman Charles Redman on the Resolutions of the 19th Palestine National Council, 16 November, 1988 115 -- 27. Statement by the State Department on the Rejection of PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat's Visa Application to the US, 26 November, 1988 115 -- 28. Statement by State Department Spokesman Charles Redman on Yasser Arafat's Speech to the UN, 13 December, 1988 117 -- 29. Address by Ambassador Vernon A. Walters to the 43rd Session of the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 14 December, 1988 117 -- 30. Statement by Secretary of State George Schultz on Dialogue with the PLO, 14 December, 1988 119 -- 31. Statement by President Ronald Reagan on Relations with the PLO, 14 December, 1988 120 -- 32. Statement by President George Bush Following his Meeting with President Husni Mubarak, Washington, DC, 3 April, 1989 120 -- 33. Statement by President George Bush Following his Meeting with Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, Washington, DC, 6 April, 1989 122 -- 34. Address by Secretary of State James Baker Before the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, Washington, DC, 22 May, 1989 123 -- 35. Letter to Secretary of State James Baker from 95 US Senators, Washington, DC, 8 June, 1989 129 -- 36. Letter to Secretary of State James Baker from 68 US Senators, Washington, DC, 21 September, 1989 131 -- 37. Secretary of State James Baker's Five Point Plan, 10 October, 1989 133 -- 38. Statement by President George Bush on Jewish Settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, Palm Springs, CA, 3 March, 1990 133 -- 39. Statement by President George Bush on Suspension of the Dialogue Between the US and the PLO, 20 June, 1990 134 -- III. Sadat's Visit and the Autonomy Negotiations -- 1. Statement to the Israeli Knesset by President Sadat, 20 November, 1977 136 -- 2. Prime Minister Menachem Begin Knesset Speech, 20 November, 1977 147 -- 3. Prime Minister Menachem Begin's Autonomy Plan, 28 December, 1977 153 -- 4. A Framework for Peace in the Middle East Agreed at Camp David, 17 September, 1978 155 -- 5. Government of Egypt, Proposed Model of Full Autonomy for the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 28 January, 1980 160 -- 6. Israel's Autonomy Proposal, January 1982 166 -- IV. Israeli Documents -- 1. Principles Guiding Israel's Policy in the Aftermath of the June 1967 War, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, 9 August, 1967 171 -- 2. Nine-Point Peace Plan, Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban, 8 October, 1968 172 -- 3. Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban, Knesset Statement on Occupied Territories, 13 May, 1969 181 -- 4. Statement by the Israeli Government Embodying a Reaction to the US Secretary of State William Rogers Peace Plan, 11 December, 1969 182 -- 5. Resolution Adopted by the Israeli Knesset Rejecting King Hussein's United Arab Kingdom Plan, 16 March, 1972 183 -- 6. "Galili Plan" -- Statement by Government Ministers of the Israeli Labor Party on Proposed Policy in the Occupied Territories, August 1973 184 -- 7. Statement Issued by Israel's Cabinet Insisting that
Jordan Represents the Palestinians in Negotiations, 21 July, 1974 187 -- 8. Statement by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Following the Rabat Conference, 5 November, 1974 188 -- 9. Allon Plan, Article by Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon Reiterating his Plan for Peace, October 1976 190 -- 10. Statement Issued by the Government of Israel Responding to the US-USSR Joint Declaration on the Middle East, 1 October, 1977 198 --
11. Law Enacted by Israel's Knesset Proclaiming Jerusalem the Capital of Israel, 29 July, 1980 198 -- 12. Fundamental Policy Guidelines of the Government of Israel as Approved by the Knesset, 5 August, 1981 199 -- 13. Text of Israel's Communique on the Reagan Plan, 2 September, 1982 200 -- 14. Basic Policy Guidelines of the Government of Israel, 13 September, 1984 203 -- 15. Statement by Prime Minister Shimon Peres on Negotiations with Jordan, 10 June, 1985 205 -- 16. Address by Prime Minister Shimon Peres to the UN General Assembly, 21 October, 1985 210 -- 17. "Outline for Advancement of Negotiations Between the Likud and the PLO," by Moshe Amirav, September 1987 211 -- 18. Address by Foreign Minister Shimon Peres to the UN General Assembly, 30 September, 1987 213 -- 19. Statement by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir on Yasser Arafat's Speech to the UN, 13 December, 1988 215 -- 20. Statement by the Israeli Foreign Ministry on the Decisions of the 19th Palestine National Council, 15 November, 1988 216 -- 21. Basic Policy Guidelines of the Government of Israel, 23 December, 1988 218 -- 22. Address by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir to the Knesset, 23 December, 1988 220 -- 23. Statement by the Board of Trustees of the International Center for Peace in the Middle East, Tel Aviv, 14 January, 1989 223 -- 24. "Israel, the West Bank and Gaza: Toward a Solution," Report by a Study Group, Tel Aviv University's Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, 1989 224 -- 25. A Peace Initiative by the Government of Israel, 14 May, 1989 236 -- 26. Statement by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir on the Israeli Peace Initiative, 17 May, 1989 239 -- 27. Address by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir to the Likud Party's Central Committee, 5 July, 1989 244 -- 28. Government of Israel's "Assumptions" with Regard to Secretary of State James Baker's Peace Plan, 5 November, 1989 254 -- 29. Address by The Labor Party's Leader Shimon Peres Proposing a Non-Confidence Motion to the Knesset, 15 March, 1990 254 -- 30. Address by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir at the Knesset in Response to the Non-Confidence Motion, 15 March, 1990 260 -- 31. Basic Policy Guidelines of the Government of Israel, 10 June, 1990 268 -- V. Platforms of Israeli Parties Represented in the Knesset -- 1. Agudat Israel Party Platform, 1988 271 -- 2. Arab Democratic Party Platform, 1988 271 -- 3. Degel Hatorah Party Platform, 1988 272 -- 4. Hadash Party Platform, 1988 272 -- 5. Labor-Alignment Party Platform, 1988 274 -- 6. Likud Party Platform, 1988 276 -- 7. Mafdal Party Platform, 1988 277 -- 8. Mapam Party Platform, 1988 278 -- 9. Merkaz-Shinui Movement Platform, 1988 280 -- 10. Moledet Movement Platform, 1988 281 -- 11. Progressive List for Peace Platform, 1988 281 -- 12. Ratz Party Platform, 1988 283 -- 13. Shas Party Platform, 1988 285 -- 14. Tehiya Party Platform, 1988 286 -- 15. Tzomet Party Platform, 1988 289 -- VI. Palestinian Documents -- 1. Statement Issued by the Palestine Liberation Organization Rejecting UN Resolution 242, 23 November, 1967 290 -- 2. Palestine National Covenant, 1968 291 -- 3. Palestine National Assembly Political Resolutions, 17 July, 1968 295 -- 4. Palestine National Council Statement, 13 July, 1971 301 -- 5. Palestine National Council, Political Program, 12 January, 1973 303 -- 6. Statements by General Secretary of the PDFLP Naif Hawatmah Defending the Establishment of a Palestinian National Authority in Territories Liberated from Israeli Occupation, 24 February, 1974 307 -- 7. Palestine National Council, Political Program, 8 June, 1974 308 -- 8. Statement by the PFLP Announcing its Withdrawal from the Executive Committee of the PLO, 26 September, 1974 312 -- 9. Speech by Yasser Arafat to the UN General Assembly, 13 November, 1974 317 -- 10. Palestine National Council, Political Declaration, 22 March, 1977 333 -- 11. Six-Point Programme Agreed to by the Various Palestinian Organizations Calling for the Formation of a "Steadfastness and Confrontation Front" in Opposition to Sadat's Negotiations with Israel, 4 December, 1977 335 -- 12. Statement by West Bank Mayors on Sadat's Visit to Israel, 21 December, 1977 336 -- 13. Statement by the West Bank National Conference, Beit Hanina, 1 October, 1978 338 -- 14. Palestine National Council, Political and Organizational Program, 23 January, 1979 339 -- 15. Letter from PLO Executive Committee to Delegate Walter Fauntroy, 5 October, 1979 344 -- 16. Fourth General Conference of the Palestine Liberation Movement, Fatah, Political Program, 31 May, 1980 345 -- 17. Palestinian National Council, Political Statement, 21 April, 1981 350 -- 18. Committee for the Occupied Homeland Report on Contact with Jews, 21 April, 1981 357 -- 19. Palestinian National Council Political Resolutions, 22 February, 1983 357 -- 20. Palestine National Council, Political Statement, Amman, 29 November, 1984 364 -- 21. Statement by the PLO's Executive Committee on the Amman Accord, 19 February, 1985 368 -- 22. Declaration by Yasser Arafat on Terrorism, Cairo, 7 November, 1985 370 -- 23. PLO's Three Proposals on the Peace Process, 5 February, 1986 371 -- 24. PLO Executive Committee Statement, 7 March, 1986 373 -- 25. Statement by the PLO Executive Committee Cancelling the Amman Accord, 19 April, 1987 384 -- 26. Palestine National Council, Resolutions of the Political Committee, Algiers, 26 April, 1987 385 -- 27. Communique of the Intifadah No. 1, 8 January, 1988 390 -- 28. Statement by the PLO Central Committee, 9 January, 1988 391 -- 29. Uprising Leadership's Message to the Arab Summit in Algiers, 7 June, 1988 395 -- 30. "PLO View: Prospects of a Palestinian-Israeli Settlement," by PLO Spokesman Bassam Abu Sharif, 18 June, 1988 397 -- 31. Covenant of Hamas (The Islamic Resistance Movement in the West Bank), 18 August, 1988 400 -- 32. Address of Yasser Arafat to the European Parliament, Strasbourg, 13 September, 1988 403 -- 33. Palestinian Declaration of Independence, 15 November, 1988 411 -- 34. Palestine National Council, Political Communique, Algiers, 15 November, 1988 415 -- 35. Address by Yasser Arafat to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988 420 -- 36. Yasser Arafat's Geneva Press Statement, 15 December, 1988 434 -- 37. Letter to Secretary of State George Shultz and Statement by Palestinian Institutions and Personalities from the West Bank and Gaza, Jerusalem, 27 January, 1988 435 -- 38. Address by Salah Khalaf to the International Center for Peace in the Middle East, 22 February, 1989 (via videotape) 438 -- 39. Fateh Fifth General Congress, Political Program, 8 August, 1989 441 -- 40. Statement by the PLO's Central Council, Baghdad, 16 October, 1989 444 -- 41. Reply by the PLO to Secretary of State James Baker's Five Point Plan, 1 December, 1989 447 -- 42. Letter Sent by Yasser Arafat to the Emergency World Jewish Leadership Peace Conference Organized by the International Center for Peace in the Middle East, Jerusalem, 17 February, 1990 449 -- VII. Arab Documents -- 1. Arab League Summit Conference Resolutions, Khartoum, 1 September, 1967 454 -- 2. Jordanian King Hussein's Peace Plan, 28 April, 1969 455 -- 3. Cairo and Melkart Agreements, Regulation of the PLO Presence in Lebanon, 3 November, 1969, 17 May, 1973 456 -- 4. Jordanian King Hussein's Federation Plan, 15 March, 1972 461 -- 5. Arab League Summit Conference, Secret Resolutions, Algiers, 4 December, 1973 463 -- 6. Arab League Summit Conference Communique, Rabat, 29 October, 1974 464 -- 7. Statement by President Bourguiba of Tunisia Calling for a Settlement of the Arab-Israeli Conflict on the Basis of the 1947 UN Partition Resolution, 26 October, 1976 465 -- 8. Arab League Summit Conference Declaration, Tripoli, 5 December, 1977 466 -- 9. Summit of Anti-Sadat "Steadfastness and Confrontation Front", Damascus, 23 September, 1978 469 -- 10. Arab League Summit Conference, Final Statement, Baghdad, 5 November, 1978 470 -- 11. Arab League Summit Conference Resolutions, Baghdad, 31 March, 1979 473 -- 12. King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Peace Plan, 6 August, 1981 477 -- 13. Arab League Summit Statement, Fez, 6 September, 1982 478 -- 14. Joint Jordanian-Palestinian Committee Communique, 14 December, 1982 479 -- 15. Iraqi President
Saddam Hussein's Statement on Israel's Right to a Secure State, 2 January, 1983 480 -- 16. Jordanian Statement on end of Negotiations with the PLO, 10 April, 1983 480 -- 17. Address by King Hussein to the 17th Session of the Palestine National Council, Amman, 22 November, 1984 485 -- 18. Jordanian-Palestinian Accord, Amman, 11 February, 1985 488 -- 19. Address by King Hussein to The American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, 2 June, 1985 489 --
20. Arab Summit League, Final Communique, Casablanca, 9 August, 1985 492 -- 21. Address by King Hussein to the 40th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, 27 September, 1985 494 -- 22. Syrian-Jordanian Joint Communique, 13 November, 1985 499 -- 23. Address by King Hussein on Middle East Peace, 19 February, 1986 499 -- 24. Statement by the Government of Jordan on Closing the PLO Offices, 7 July, 1986 513 -- 25. Statement by the Government of Jordan on the PLO's Cancellation of the Amman Accord, 21 April, 1987 514 -- 26. Address by King Hussein to the Arab League Summit Conference, Amman, 8 November, 1987 515 -- 27. Resolutions of the Arab League Summit Conference, Amman, 11 November, 1987 517 -- 28. Resolutions of the Arab League Summit Conference, Algiers, 9 June, 1988 518 -- 29. Address by King Hussein on Jordan's Disengagement from the West Bank, 31 July, 1988 520 -- 30. Statement by Jordanian Prime Minister Zaid al-Rifai on the Implementation of Jordan's Disengagement from the West Bank, 20 August, 1988 525 -- 31. Address by Iraqi Foreign Minister Tareq Aziz to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988 527 -- 32. Address by Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismat Abd al-Maguid to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988 528 -- 33. Address by Jordanian Foreign Minister Tahir al-Masri to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988 532 -- 34. Resolutions of the Arab League Summit Conference, Casablanca, 26 May, 1989 534 -- 35. President Husni Mubarak's Ten Point Peace Plan, 2 July, 1989 537 -- 36. Statement by Farouk Al-Shara' Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN General Assembly, New York, 3 October, 1989 538 -- 37. Government of Egypt's "Assumptions" With Regard to Secretary of State James Baker's Five Point Plan, 5 December, 1989 539 -- 38. Statement by the League of Arab States on the Settlement of Soviet Jewish Emigrants in the Occupied Territories and South Lebanon, Tunis, 13 March, 1990 539 -- 39. Arab Summit League Final Statement, Baghdad, 30 May, 1990 540.
Summary A collection of documents and statements of the position of the parties involved in attempts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Other author Lukacs, Yehuda.
International Center for Peace in the Middle East.
Subject Arab-Israeli conflict -- Sources.
Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1967-1973 -- Sources.
Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1973-1993 -- Sources.
Other uniform title Documents on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 1967-1983.
ISBN 0521375614
0521375975 (paperback)