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Palestinian society in Gaza, West Bank and Arab Jerusalem

Palestinian society in Gaza, West Bank and Arab Jerusalem

a survey of living conditions

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Published by FAFO in Oslo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gaza,
  • West Bank,
  • Jerusalem,
  • Palestine.
    • Subjects:
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Economic conditions.,
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Social conditions.,
    • Housing -- Palestine.,
    • Gaza -- Economic conditions.,
    • Gaza -- Social conditions.,
    • West Bank -- Economic conditions.,
    • West Bank -- Social conditions.,
    • Jerusalem -- Economic conditions.,
    • Jerusalem -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPalestinian society.
      Statementauthored by Marianne Heiberg ... [et al.] ;special adviser: Kurt Knudsen.
      SeriesFAFO-report ;, 151, FAFO-rapport ;, nr. 151.
      ContributionsHeiberg, Marianne.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS113.6 .P35 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination419 p. ;
      Number of Pages419
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1163607M
      ISBN 108274221052
      LC Control Number94143495

        This is not an ancient technique. But the dish that winds up on the table — whether made by Palestinian cooks in Gaza, the West Bank, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon or, like Kalla, in the West Author: Ligaya Mishan.   4 Marianne Heiberg and Geir Ovensen, "Palestinian Society in Gaza, West Bank and Arab Jerusalem: A Survey of Living Conditions," FAFO Report 5 Khalil Shiqaqi, The West Bank and Gaza Strip: Future Political and Administrative Relations. (Arabic) (Jerusalem, PASSIA, ) pp. 83, 6 Shiqaqi, p. 7 Shiqaqi, p. 8 Shiqaqi, pp.


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